The Sedona Wedding of Stephanie and Scott at Lover’s Knoll

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The Stephanie and Scott wedding at Lover’s Knoll on November 19, 2016. Lover’s Knoll is one of our wedding venues just off a winding mountain road with world class views. With indescribable beauty, lighting and energy, a wedding here on the full moon will be legendary. Overlooking Twin Buttes, Schnebley Hill, Lee Mountain, Courthouse Butte and Cathedral Rock. Sunset is the optimum time at this site and you cannot beat sunset on a full moon night. Check out Stephanie and Scott’s wedding ceremony video at Lover’s Knoll in Sedona…

The Sedona Wedding of Jennifer and Alan at Lover’s Knoll

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The Jennifer and Alan wedding at Lover’s Knoll on November 3, 2016. Lover’s Knoll is one of our wedding venues just off a winding mountain road with world class views. Overlooking Twin Buttes, Schnebley Hill, Lee Mountain, Courthouse Butte and Cathedral Rock. Sunset is the optimum time at this site and you cannot beat sunset on a full moon night. With indescribable beauty, lighting and energy, a wedding here on the full moon will be legendary. Check out Jennifer and Alan’s wedding ceremony video at Lover’s Knoll in Sedona, AZ…

The Sedona Wedding of Marie and Carl at Magic Vista

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The Marie and Carl wedding at Magic Vista on October 22, 2016. Magic Vista is one of those hidden wedding venue treasures. It is dubbed “magic” because it truly is a magical little spot and a perfect wedding venue. It is the heart center of Sedona and the Americas and that’s some powerful energy to have in your wedding ceremony and a great way to begin your married life together. The views are unbeatable. It is situated right in the shadow and the heart centered energy of Sugar Loaf and Thunder Mountain. Check out Marie and Carl’s wedding video at Magic Vista Find Out More

What We Love About Winter Weddings

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If  you’re thinking about having a winter wedding, there are a couple of additional things you might need to add to your checklist so you can keep your guests warm and well pleased. Whether you are facilitating your wedding in a place where it’s very cold or a place with a more mellow climate, here are things that your will keep your guests comfortable and impressed. 5 Things All Guests Love at Winter Weddings There’s nothing like cozy winter nuptials in a snow-covered locale, but if you’re planning a winter wedding, there are a few extra things you may want to add to Find Out More

The Sedona Wedding of Heather and Dion at Huckaby Hollow

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The Heather and Dion wedding at Huckaby Hollow on October 29, 2016. Huckaby Hollow wedding venue is the start of a trail head a short way up Schnebley Hill. This lovely spot that is a natural amphitheater surrounded by gorgeous red rock formations and an incredible vista of all of Sedona spreading out before you. Imagine your ceremony in the shade of a twisted vortex Juniper on a red rock platform with the red monoliths of Schnebley Hill rising up above you. It’s a very memorable and unique location for your Sedona wedding. It’s also great for all size weddings. Find Out More

The Sedona Wedding of Jenny and Craig at Red Rock Crossing

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The Jenny and Craig wedding at Red Rock Crossing on October 22, 2016. Red Rock Crossing is spectacularly beautiful wedding venue in any season with Oak Creek running through a band of dazzling green at the feet of majestic Cathedral Rock. The energy here is warm and inviting, very feminine and nurturing. It’s the second most photographed spot in Arizona after the Grand Canyon–and it is our most popular wedding venue. Check out Jenny and Craig’s wedding video at Red Rock Crossing in Sedona…

The Sedona Wedding of Dawn and Jason at Bell Rock

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The Dawn and Jason wedding at Bell Rock on October 17, 2016. Bell Rock is one of our wedding venues, a well known Sedona monument that has great views of the valley in front of it with Courthouse Rock beside it and Twin Buttes and Cathedral Rock in the distance. It’s a major vortex site and has a very electric and powerful energy and acts like a giant transmitter. Your vows and commitments to each other will definitely be heard and noted by the Divine. It is a perfect spot for all size of weddings. Check out Dawn and Jason’s Find Out More

The Sedona Wedding of Stacie and Drew at Red Rock Crossing

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The Stacie and Drew wedding at Red Rock Crossing on October 11, 2016. Red Rock Crossing is a spectacularly beautiful wedding venue in any season with Oak Creek running through a band of dazzling green at the feet of majestic Cathedral Rock. It’s the second most photographed spot in Arizona after the Grand Canyon–and it is our most popular wedding venue. The energy here is warm and inviting, very feminine and nurturing. Check out Stacie and Drew’s beautiful wedding video at Red Rock Crossing in Sedona, Arizona…

The Sedona Wedding of Faye and Jeff at Lover’s Knoll

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The Faye and Jeff wedding at Lover’s Knoll on October 15, 2016. Lover’s Knoll is one of our wedding venues just off a winding mountain road with world class views. Sunset is the optimum time at this site and you cannot beat sunset on a full moon night. With indescribable beauty, lighting and energy, a wedding here on the full moon will be legendary. Check out Faye and Jeff’s wedding video at Lover’s Knoll in Sedona…

The Sedona Wedding of Jennifer and Michael at Sunset Vista

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The Jennifer and Michael wedding at Sunset Vista on September 20, 2016. The Sunset Vista wedding venue is one of those locations that looks great at sunset and all year round. Many couples choose to have their wedding take place outdoors at a scenic site in order to surround themselves with a breathtaking natural landscape. Red rocks are spectacular and the vista will provide a sense of reverence and awe to your wedding ceremony. Check out Jennifer and Michael’s wedding ceremony video at Sunset Vista…

The Sedona Wedding of Samantha and Aaron at Red Rock Crossing

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The Samantha and Aaron wedding at Red Rock Crossing on June 26, 2016. Red Rock Crossing is one of our wedding venues and second most photographed spot in Arizona after the Grand Canyon–and it is our most popular wedding venue. The energy here is warm and inviting, very feminine and nurturing. It is spectacularly beautiful in any season with Oak Creek running through a band of dazzling green at the feet of majestic Cathedral Rock. Check out Samantha and Aaron’s beautiful wedding video at Red Rock Crossing in Sedona, AZ…

The Sedona Wedding of Natalia and Michael at Red Rock Crossing

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The Natalia and Michael wedding at Red Rock Crossing on June 25, 2016. Red Rock Crossing is the second most photographed wedding venue spot in Arizona after the Grand Canyon–and it is our most popular wedding venue. The energy here is warm and inviting, very feminine and nurturing. It is spectacularly beautiful in any season with Oak Creek running through a band of dazzling green at the feet of majestic Cathedral Rock. Check out Natalia and Michael’s wedding video at Red Rock Crossing in beautiful Sedona, Arizona…

Gorgeous Autumn Wedding Gown Ideas

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Thinking of autumn-themed weddings in Sedona? Here are some ideas that will make you and your BFFs look stunning on your fall wedding with these fabulous autumn styles and hues. Hayley Paige Occasions’ Fall 2016 Collection With one show-stopping gown after another, Hayley Paige Occasions’ Fall 2016 Collection is all about beauty and superior workmanship.  From the beaded accents to the intricate lace details to the flattering (+ ultra-feminine) silhouettes, each silky smooth gown (the fabrics are ah-mazing) is seriously stylish AND… See more at StyleMePretty.com The all-white wedding gown is a thing of the past.  Multicolored is the new trend for wedding dresses. Find Out More

Waterfalls Volcanos Viking Costumes! This Iceland Destination Wedding Rocks

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Photography: Photos by Miss Ann If you’re into travel at all, you might know how seriously hot Iceland is right now. Not actual heat hot, but popularity hot! It’s the place to be. So when New Jersey natives and adventure travelers Tim and Antonia wanted a kick-ass destination wedding, they chose an epic spot. Nowhere other than Iceland can you experience fire, ice, raging waterfalls, and endless cliff lines all in one day. Their Iceland destination wedding featured a three-course Icelandic meal and a welcome bag with a horn, a cheat sheet of Icelandic terms, a rain poncho, wedding logo Find Out More

This intimate, handmade Ocracoke Island wedding wins the internet today

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Photos by Samantha Floyd Photography This Ocracoke Island wedding takes full advantage of the oasis-like environment of the island off the coast of North Carolina. The island is special to Erin and her family, they've been visiting every year since she was young. When she introduced it to Luke, it was a shoe-in for wedding destination bliss. They rented a beautiful house on the sound, and wed in the backyard among their family, friends, and lots of driftwood. Erin's wedding dress was a work of art in itself, sewed and dyed by hand. Erin's mom knit the shawls for the Find Out More

#SMP Wedding 101 – Invitation Language Etiquette

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While there’s no denying how fun it is to find your perfect invites, the proper wording can be a bit confusing. Proclaiming “I do” in a church or outside? How to introduce the reception that follows? Fret no longer friends, we have Mrs. John L. Strong here to help; with 85+ years of experience, they know a thing or two on the do’s and don’ts of the oh so important invitation language! 1. What is the appropriate wording for getting married in a place of worship vs elsewhere? If you’re getting married in a place of worship, we use the term “honor of your presence” instead of “pleasure of Find Out More