You May Be Wondering….

We believe that the best months to be married in Sedona are March, April and early May; as well as September, October and November. In June the temperatures really start to rise, with high temperatures in the 100’s. July and August are Monsoon season, which means there is a high likelihood of rain, lightning and thunderstorms. September brings back more stable weather and milder temperatures. October and November are quite lovely. December, January and February can be colder, winter temperatures with a chance of rain or dustings of snow.

Many of our elopements take place at scenic locations on the National Forest. Decorations, furniture (and any kind of setup) are strictly prohibited at these locations. If having ceremony decor and/or chairs is of the utmost importance to you, please let us know and we can make the appropriate venue suggestions.

Yes. If you plan to get officially married in Sedona, you are required to have an Arizona Marriage License. We cannot use a license from another state. You can obtain this in person at any County Clerk’s office in Arizona. You can also apply for the license by mail with Mohave County. The fee is currently $83 for the license and $37.50 for a certified copy to be mailed to you after the completed license is filed. Arizona residents may also apply for the license online through the new Online Marriage License Program.

We do work with a black car service that can provide transportation to and from your wedding. The price of this service is in addition to our packages.

The nearest regional airport is Pulliam Airport in Flagstaff (25 miles/50 min). The nearest major airport is Sky Harbor in Phoenix (119 miles / 2 hours).

Absolutely! Most of our clients are hosting destination weddings, which means almost everyone is traveling. We are happy to send you a list of recommended hotels, restaurants, hikes, tours and more.

No. There are many different locations available, all with varying degrees of accessibility. If you have a group with mobility issues, please let us know and we will be happy to recommend the most appropriate sites. We have everything from easy, walkup sites to epic locations that require special tours or strenuous hikes. There is truly something for everyone.