Summer Wedding in Arizona? Absolutely! Here are some great options. / by Laurie Cohen

Sedona Wedding Sip and Twirl

When you think of an Arizona wedding, you probably think of Spring or Fall.  No doubt, October and November and March and April are the most popular months for weddings in Phoenix.  The Summer months can be pretty unsavory down here....but Arizona is more than just the Valley of the Sun and there are plenty of wonderful wedding possibilities in June, July and August. 

Sedona--Sedona is known for it's breathtaking red rocks and hip new age vibes....A "Cathedral without walls"; what better setting for your wedding ceremony and reception?  Sedona is far enough north of Phoenix to offer some relief from the heat, but doesn't get quite as much rain as Flagstaff.   Sedona also offers some magical forest and creekside options as well. 

Flagstaff--The Summer months are stunning in Flagstaff and whether you are looking for a country club wedding or a glamorous tent in the middle of the Coconino Forest, Flagstaff is a great place to host your wedding.  Everything is green, mild and beautiful.  Make sure to talk to your wedding planner about occasional afternoon showers and wind, but proper planning can ensure that your wedding is perfect through any type of short lived weather.  Your friends from the Phoenix area will thank you for getting them out of the heat for the weekend. 

Flagstaff Wedding Sip and Twirl

Prescott--a haven of natural beauty, Prescott boasts numerous wooded, lakeside and mountain view options for your wedding.  The weather in the summer is mild and favorable for hosting a wedding. 

Cottonwood--Wineries and Ranches in Arizona? Yes, please.  Cottonwood, Arizona is a small town just outside of Sedona. Cottonwood is host to up and coming local wineries that provide a perfect backdrop for your celebration. 

Weddings in Arizona need not be limited by the season.  Summer is often an easy time for guests to get away and travel.  Contact Sip and Twirl today to find out more about a Summer Wedding in Northern Arizona.