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Boojum Tree's Hidden Gardens

Maybe it's the tranquil river, the exotic botanicals or the 20-foot waterfall (or all of the above) that makes this secret garden so magical. Created by award-winning interior designer, Ray Brooks, Boojum Tree's Hidden Gardens this unique paradise stands out from other Phoenix wedding venues.

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Aldea Weddings at Tlaquepaque Villages

Nestled in the Northwest Valley, Aldea Weddings at Tlaquepaque Villages has many intimate settings ideal for a country wedding. Modeled after historic village elements, the brick walkways, vine-covered stucco walls and dreamy courtyards of this wedding venue radiate a rustic ambiance.

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Venue at the Grove

If you dream of a chic barn ceremony or an outdoor celebration with the Arizona sunset as your backdrop, Venue at the Grove can easily make either of those visions happen. Once you've said "I do" here, dance the night away on a gorgeous brick patio illuminated by the thousands of twinkle lights that decorate the nearby pecan trees.

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Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak

Watercolor-worthy landscapes and the shadows of the Phoenix North Mountain Preserves add a casual elegance to the luxurious Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak. Out of all the beautifully-decorated desert spaces here, the Old West-inspired d├ęcor of Tombstone makes this setting the most unique of all.

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The Camby Hotel

At the boutique Camby Hotel, you'll find modern elegance, city glamour and vintage style all under and atop the same roof. The rooftop terrace features an open-air gazebo and panoramic views of the Phoenix skyline for some seriously stunning outdoor ceremonies. If you prefer an indoor event, choose from traditional grand ballrooms or vintage styled private rooms inspired by the Prohibition era.

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One of the newest Phoenix wedding venues, Because's event space channels a minimalist design in the heart of metropolitan Phoenix. This contemporary gallery space is full of local artwork, open-concept atrium meeting rooms and a classic theater.

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Herberger Theater Center - Art Gallery & Bob's Spot Gallery Lounge

You can also find more local artwork to decorate your offbeat wedding at the Herberger Theater Center. The chic lounge of Bob's Spot overlooking the plaza makes this the perfect place for a modern city reception.

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Chase Field
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Chase Field

If you're a couple of truly die-hard Arizona Diamondbacks fans, getting married at home plate is a total given. Exchange vows on the diamond at Chase Field or one of the stadium's other hot spots including the Audi Club, Right Field Deck, and the eco-friendly Solar Pavilion.

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Irish Cultural Center & McClelland Library

Travel lovers can experience a little bit of Ireland right here in the middle of the desert. Inspired by a 12th century Norman Castle, the Great Hall and antique-style Heritage Courtyard are fitting for a fairytale wedding. For smaller parties, the 1850s-inspired Irish Cottage offers a cozy and charming atmosphere.

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The Duce
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The Duce

Take a step back into time at this vibrant 1928 warehouse. Formerly a bustling produce district by day and a wild jazz hot spot by night, the Duce continues to house many lively and colorful celebrations today. Its exposed brick walls and whimsical vintage signs set the scene for some of the most vibrant weddings in the city. For more Phoenix wedding venues, start planning with one of our vendors!