Sedona Weddings: L’auberge de Sedona Wedding Venue
Image from: Katrina Wallace Photography
Image Captured By: Katrina Wallace Photographers

Recently, Alex and I had the privilege of beating this super hot Phoenix heat, and driving up north to Sedona to check out one of the most beautiful wedding venues, L’auberge de Sedona.  We have a few weddings taking place there in 2016 so we wanted to make sure we were nice and familiar with the area.  We took a few pictures and measurements of some of the outdoor areas so we could get our wedding planning and wedding designs in order.

Sedona is a very popular wedding destination.  With it’s beautiful scenery, amazing temperatures and cute little town vibe, people just fall in love. L’auberge is no different.  People seem drawn to it from the moment they tour.  They offer many different areas for ceremony and reception, each with it’s own style and feel.  One area overlooks the resort and showcases an incredible view of the Sedona red rocks while another has a breathtaking view of a pebble stone creek running in-between beautiful lush green trees.  Not only are there beautiful outdoor spaces but, L’auberge also has incredible indoor areas that do not disappoint.  After spending so much time in Phoenix, it’s hard to believe you are still in Arizona especially since you don’t see a whole lot of cactus and desert and you definitely do not feel the 100+ temperatures.

Check out some of the images we found on Pinterest that showcase some amazing wedding set-ups done at L’auberge:

Sedona 1
Image captured by: Cameron Kelly Studio
Sedona 2
Image Captured By: Sloan Photographers
Sedona 3
Image Captured By: Katrina Wallace Photographers
Sedona 6
Image Captured By: Katrina Wallace Photograpers

 If you are thinking about having your wedding in Arizona, we definitely recommend checking out L’auberge as a venue option.

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XOXO, Trista

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