Tlaquepaque Wedding & Elopement venue in Sedona, Arizona

The Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village is an incredible mix of old world charm with new world amenities nestled in the heart of Sedona, Arizona. With several ceremony locations to choose from, it’s no wonder Tlaquepaque is one of the most sought after venues for intimate to medium sized weddings, receptions, and elopements.

The moment you enter one of the village archways, you feel like you have been transported to another time and place. From the aged stucco walls, to the cobblestone streets, Tlaquepaque will make you feel like you have entered a Spanish Villa hundreds of years old.

Tlaquepaque has four different venue options depending on the size of your wedding or reception.  

  • Fee: $850- $2000+
  • Guests: 4-100

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Get Inspired…

Camille and Joseph’s Tropical wedding reception at Tlaquepaque

Camille and Joseph spent their day surrounded by lush foliage, bright florals, and deep tones during this Tlaquepaque Wedding editorial portrait session. Playing off the vibrant history of Tlaquepaque, Mexico, the décor was a mix of tropical flare and Hispanic cultural touches.

The reception began at a navy velvet covered sweetheart table with wicker peacock chairs, set up in one of the gorgeous courtyards of the Tlaquepaque artisan village. The weather was a mix of sunshine, scattered clouds, and just a light sprinkling of summer rain… magical! From the ivy covered walls, to the wrought iron doorways, the backdrop options are endless in this timeless location for stunning wedding portraits during your reception with family and friends.

Every beautiful wedding day is made possible by the hard work and talents of amazing vendors!

Below are the wedding vendors who brought this vision to life.

Aileen and Angel’s Elopement inspiration at Tlaquepaque

Aileen and Angel’s ceremony decorations were as vivid and colorful as any I’ve ever seen! The bold jewel tones throughout their décor were accentuated by the deep green ivy and and rich stone walls of Tlaquepaque. One of my very favorite nooks of this gorgeous venue is the chapel with it’s giant cross, which is also available to rent for elopements and intimate weddings! You really can’t go wrong with any of the areas available for your reception or intimate wedding at this amazing Sedona location.

Every beautiful wedding day is made possible by the hard work and talents of amazing vendors!

Below are the wedding vendors who brought this vision to life.

Shannon Durazo- Arizona Elopement Photographer

Hello! I’m

Shannon Durazo

and I want to be your Elopement or Intimate Wedding Photographer!

I wholeheartedly believe that elopements and intimate weddings are the best way for couples wanting more freedom and spontaneity for their wedding day. I love helping couples visualize and craft an experience that feels true to you. The way your marriage begins matters. Set your marriage up for success by allowing yourself to get married your way!

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11 Comments

  1. Wow love the colors! What a beautiful day!!

  2. Wow, this looks like a beautiful venue! I’m obsessed with how colorful and happy it is! Beautiful photos!

  3. ooo the colors in this are so beautiful! I love what you said about Heritage. That is so important and you captured it so beautiful. I love it when couples bring their whole selves to their elopements.

  4. Wow-what a stunning elopement and small wedding venue in Sedona! Tlaquepaque looks like such a magical place. Absolutely stunning photos too!

  5. I so love the pops of color in both of these sessions! Lovely editing and styling all around. What a cool place to elope—it’s definitely going on my list of places to visit next time I am in AZ!

  6. these are gorgeous! so much color and life in these and what an awesome location. I really love your editing here.

    1. Shannon Durazo says:

      Thank you! I definitely love to embrace the colors mother nature has given 😉

  7. Oh my goodness. WOW. I cannot get enough of these vivid colors and the honoring of Mexican heritage; something that I, as a second generation Mexican American, hold dear to my heart. Thank you for bringing awareness to such a gorgeous piece of culture!

    1. Shannon Durazo says:

      Thank you! My husband is first generation Mexican American, and I grew up in Europe, so heritage definitely means something to me too!

  8. Wow, such a gorgeous venue in Sedona! I love all of the colorful and boho details in this shoot, too!

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