Love is in the air! Spring is wedding season for most couples, and for those newly engaged, you're be looking for a venue to host your wedding. Arizona averages 300 days of sunshine year, which makes this a prime destination for soon-to-be-newlyweds across the country.

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No matter if you're coming from the east coast or just down the road, Arizona has hundreds of beautiful venues for you to spend the happiest day of your life in.

The Best Wedding Venue in Arizona

While there are plenty of venues you and your true love can choose from, there is one that stands above the rest.

That would be Tlaquepaque Chapel in Sedona. Since opening its doors in the early 1970s, this chapel has remained one of the mot requested and recommended venues in the state.

The chapel is located in Sedona's Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts village, which gives guests plenty to do before and after the reception. Its charm lies in the aesthetics. Built to resemble an quaint Mexican village, Tlaquepaque Chapel gives guests a smaller, more intimate experience than most. The venue seats up to 45 guests, and will then transition to the outdoor reception area.

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Depending on the the of year you book, the price for a service and reception can range anywhere from $4,250 to $6,200. The ceremony is held to 90 minutes, and the chapel bells will ring as you and your new spouse walk off into the sunset together.

While beauty is in the eye of the beholder, this venue stands above as the highest rated venue in the state, but also as the winner of 11 Couples Choice Awards since 2009.



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