Phoenix Wedding Venues

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      Spotlight Tercero by Aldea Weddings
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      Spotlight Bella Rose Estate
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      Spotlight The Wright House
      46 6
      Spotlight Villa Siena
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      Featured Wedgewood Ocotillo Golf Resort
      Featured Doubletree by Hilton Phoenix-Gilbert
      Featured Kiva Club Weddings in Trilogy at Vistancia
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      Featured The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch
      Featured Starfire Golf Club
      Featured Full Circle Ranch Bed & Breakfast Inn
      Featured Papago Golf Course
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      Featured Embassy Suites Hotel Phoenix-Tempe
      Featured Gainey Ranch Golf Club
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      Featured JW Marriott Camelback Inn Scottsdale
      Featured CIVANA Carefree
      Featured Legacy Golf Club
      344 2
      Featured monOrchid
      Featured American Royal Palace - Banquet Hall & Conference Center
      Featured Saguaro Scottsdale
      Featured Anthem Golf & Country Club
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      Featured Sheraton Mesa Hotel at Wrigleyville West
      Featured SoHo63
      132 4
      Featured Seville Golf and Country Club
      Featured Villa Tuscana Reception Hall
      Featured Tempe Mission Palms Hotel
      Featured Sedona Golf Resort
      93 1
      Featured Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa
      25 1
      Featured Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club
      Featured Arizona Grand Resort & Spa
      Featured The Phoenician Resort
      Featured Peoria Pines Golf Course
      Featured Regency Garden
      Featured Troon North Golf Club
      Featured The Palace
      Featured The Ashley Castle
      Featured Aldea Weddings at The Landmark
      47 2
      Featured Grayhawk Golf Club
      Featured Tre Bella
      79 2
      Featured Antique Wedding House
      Featured The Views at Superstition
      535 6
      Featured Wedgewood Palm Valley
      12 2
      Featured Boojum Tree
      67 1
      Featured Venue at the Grove
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      Featured The Windmill Winery
      66 1
      Featured Sky Ranch Lodge
      Featured Portico Weddings & Events
      Featured Superstition Manor
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      Featured Stonebridge Manor
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      These Phoenix wedding venues are a fabulous choice for all types of couples. Phoenix is known for its warm temperatures and year-round sunshine, so it's an ideal place to host outdoor weddings. From vibrant resort...Read more settings to breathtaking desert backdrops, Phoenix wedding venues attract couples from all over the U.S.!

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      Finding Phoenix Wedding Venues

      Phoenix is quintessential North American dessert. It's hot, dry, and flat. While that may sound intimidating, don't let that deter you from searching for stunning wedding venues in beautiful western frontier.

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      Popular Wedding Venues in Phoenix & Prices

      If you and your guests can bear the 100+ degree heat, an outdoor summer wedding venue may be a possible. But we suggest if you're getting married around June, July, or August, look for an indoor wedding venue with AC to keep your guests cool and comfortable.

      It may come as a surprise that even with Phoenix's record heat, most of the popular wedding locations are outdoors. Everything from manors, mansions, and villas to golf courses and country clubs are all well loved in Phoenix. If you're looking to experience the beauty of Phoenix without sweating out of your clothes, look to book a wedding venue between November and April. These days will have much more moderate temperatures, which is great for open air/ outdoor ceremony and reception venues.

      If you and your fiancé(e) aren't interested in going down the traditional wedding venue route, consider getting married at the Phoenix zoo or one of several museums. These are unique wedding locations that are sure to wow your guests.

      The average total wedding cost in Phoenix is $20,583, which is about $8,500 less than the national average. Don't worry if your budget is above or below these averages. Each wedding budget is different.

      Travel & Hotels

      There are two airports your out-of-town guests can use when flying in and out of Phoenix. The first is the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. If your wedding venue is in the center of the city, a drive or train ride from the airport should only take about 10 minutes. This is also a good choice if your wedding venue is near Tempe.

      If your wedding venue and hotel are closer to Gilbert or Mesa, the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport might be a better choice, though it only has domestic flights. If you have international guests coming to your wedding, Phoenix Sky Harbor International is probably the best way to fly without connecting flights.

      As far as hotels go, the average price for a night in Phoenix is around $117. If you're looking to accommodate a large number of guests in the same hotel, we suggest using this wedding hotel block service. Representatives will do all the hard work of finding hotels and comparing rates. All you have to do is choose which hotel is best for you and your guests.

      Weather Considerations

      Phoenix is definitely not one of those areas that have four seasons. In fact, it's hard to notice to the seasons changing unless you're there to feel the temperature. As a hot desert climate, Phoenix has long and extremely hot summers with short temperate winters.

      The warm (hot) season lasts from the end of May to the end of September with daily high temperatures averaging at about 98 degrees and the hottest days are likely to be in July. If you're looking to book your wedding venue for July, make sure guests have access to a covered area, out of the heat, and stay hydrated. Indoor wedding locations with air conditioning are probably best for the hot summer months.

      The cold (cool) season lasts from the end of November to the beginning of March with daily average temperatures around or below 73 degrees.This would be a great time to book an outdoor wedding location since you'll likely not have to consider inclement weather. Fun fact: sun shines in Phoenix 325 days a year, making it one of the sunniest places in the country! The only precipitation is likely to be experienced around the beginning of August. So just keep that in mind when looking at wedding venues.

      When you're ready to start your wedding venue search in Phoenix, WeddingWire has everything you'll need to make the process a breeze.

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