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      Spotlight Sandia Resort and Casino
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      Spotlight Hotel Andaluz
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      Spotlight Blame Her Ranch
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      Spotlight Royal Heights Event Center
      10 2
      Featured Casas de Suenos Old Town Historic Inn
      21
      Featured Southwest Event Center
      48
      Featured La Fonda on The Plaza
      30
      Featured The Event Center at Sandia Golf Club
      82
      Featured Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa
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      Featured Old Town Farm
      7 3
      Featured The Canyon Club
      14
      Featured Las Puertas
      70
      Featured Albuquerque Marriott
      Featured Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown
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      Featured Hotel Parq Central
      23
      Featured Casa Rondena Winery
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      Pro Angel Fire Resort
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      Pro Inn and Spa at Loretto
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      Pro Eldorado Hotel & Spa
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      Pro El Monte Sagrado
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      Pro El Zócalo Plaza Event Center
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      Pro Santa Ana Star Casino Hotel
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      Pro Lodge at Santa Fe
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      Pro Isleta Resort & Casino
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      Planning a wedding in New Mexico? Then checking out these Albuquerque wedding venues should be one of your first steps. There are so many Albuquerque wedding venues to choose from, including wineries, farms, hotels, and...Read more more. You’re sure to find an Albuquerque wedding venue that suits your unique style.

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      Albuquerque Wedding Venues: Your Wedding Venue Planning Guide to Albuquerque, NM and Beyond

      As New Mexico's most populous city, Albuquerque has become one of the hottest wedding destinations in New Mexico. Read on to learn why so many couples in love choose Albuquerque wedding venues for their Big Day.

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      Duke City Wedding Venues

      Albuquerque teems with beautiful venues, but there's no place quite like Old Town for a wedding. Winding brick paths lead to Spanish garden pavilions, an ideal setting for a couple's first married kiss. Guests can dine on tapas while watching flamenco dancers at your reception.

      Rustic meets refined on organic farm wedding venues in Albuquerque. Guests can gather by the fire during cooler months or sip cocktails on a wide front porch. Host your wedding ceremony in an antique barn or under a trellis twisted with vines.

      Adventurous couples hoping to spice up the traditional wedding ceremony by saying "I do" from up above. Albuquerque is world famous for its hot air balloons and plenty of couples embrace the unique claim to fame on their wedding days. Though you can't fit many wedding guests in the hot air balloon basket, the views from the sky are utterly breathtaking.

      Back on solid ground, wedding guests will have no trouble booking affordable, comfortable hotels. They average just over $100 a night in Albuquerque.

      Venue Hunting in Greater Albuquerque

      Nearby Rio Rancho is New Mexico's fastest growing city. Head northwest from Albuquerque to check out the area's wide array of venue options. Banquet halls in Rio Rancho are anything but ordinary, with ceiling décor customizable to your taste. Choose dramatic lighting, a glittering chandelier or mood white fabric draped from the ceiling. Each option offers a distinct look and feel, sure to take your wedding to the next level.

      The Sandia mountains are also an excellent option for your wedding. These gorgeous peaks rise up from the valley floor, overlooking the entire Albuquerque region. Casinos and ski resorts in the mountains make for ideal wedding venues. After you exchange vows in front of stunning mountain views, your guests can get comfortable by booking a room right on site. What could be more convenient?

      Arid Albuquerque

      New Mexico features some of the loveliest but driest weather in the country. Averaging 280 days of sunshine, Albuquerque is a great town for an outdoor wedding. Early spring is the most popular time for weddings in this part of the world, with March and April temperatures in the balmy 70s. Avoid extreme heat in July and August by opting for an indoor venue. Though rain is rare in the desert, a venue with a plan for storms is a must for anyone concerned about the forecast.

      When you've found your dream Albuquerque wedding venue and are ready to take on your next wedding planning task, check out WeddingWire's planning tools. Chat with vendors, track your spending and design your very own wedding website all in one spot.

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