Working with flowers is by far my favorite thing to do! Creating unique wedding bouquets, crafting centerpieces, decorating wedding cakes, and using flowers to design a wedding is what I love! One thing I always tell my brides to keep in mind is the venue that they’ve selected to get married at. The wedding venue will play a huge part in the floral design. I’ve had the pleasure of working with so many different and amazing people, especially when it comes to wedding venues.
Here are a few of my favorite wedding venues to work with when it comes times to hosting your wedding:
In Downtown Chandler there is a rustic looking building off of Boston Street and Arizona Avenue. The exterior of the building may have you believe it is another boutique that is a part of Downton Chandler. However, the outside of the building doesn’t match the elegancy of the interior. Soho63 looks like it would be a small venue, but that is where you are mistaken. This gorgeous venue has not one, but two ceremony options. There is the Tribeca Terrace, which is an outdoor seating area that can host up to 150 guests. It is situated at the back of the venue, so it can give the wedding a little privacy. The Plaza is the indoor ceremony area which can seat up to 200 people! Honestly, picking either one gives you a stunning wedding!
Soho63 also has the Gramercy Ballroom for your reception and dancing, and also the Brix on Boston, which is a cocktail and mingling area before the wedding starts! The reception area can seat up to 200 people, so regardless of what ceremony area you choose, all your guests can dance the night away! Not only does the entrance have a gated area, Soho63 also has a complete bridal suite, giving the bride the feeling of a princess.
If you’re looking for a place where rustic country meets an elegant winery, you have come to the right location! Windmill Winery is located in Florence, where there is so much land and space on the property where you can have a complete privacy for your event! This gorgeous location has two areas where you can host your wedding. The Barn area has The Big Barn, which can hold over 250 people which is perfect for large weddings. The Barn also has The Twisted Tree, where you can have an outdoor wedding! There is also The Barn Bridal Cottage and The Groom’s Quarters, which allows for both parties to have some privacy while getting ready for the big day, and also a little fun!
You can also host your wedding at the Lake House which overlooks the beautiful lake. There is also The Bridal Bungalow and The Gentlemen’s Quarters. Just like The Barn Bridal Cottage and The Groom’s Quarters, this allows for both parties to get ready peacefully and spirally, allowing for the surprise to be even more exciting!
Finally, the Windmill Winery has a Wine Tasting Room! At the Windmill Winery, they create their own wine, giving them the great distinction of actually being a winery! They have four in house varietals: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pomegranate Wine, Symphony. All four are so amazingly delicious and yet so different! You have to come try them out!
Up next on my list is the Elegant Barn in Gilbert which is one of my favorites! This place is simply stunning! It might not have as many locations as Soho63 and a winery like Windmill Winery, but the Elegant Barn creates this small town charm, without the actual small town. The Elegant Barn offers three packages to their venue: The All-Inclusive Barn, The Basic Barn, and The Rustic Barn. Any of these packages can suit your wedding needs! No matter how small or how big you want your wedding to be, you can’t go wrong with the Elegant Barn.
All three of these locations are fun and easy to work with! I truly enjoy being a preferred vendor at all three venues. They make my job much more enjoyable and when we all can come together and make your day as special as it can be! These are just a few of my favorite wedding locations, but there are so many more amazing places around the Phoenix area to choose from! If you want more information on these locations or any others, definitely check out their websites, but also go to my Instagram to see more pictures of my work at these gorgeous venues!