An Intimate October Sedona Wedding
Unconventional brides and grooms seek venues as unique as their relationship; from ceremonies by a private creekside, to vow renewals held before spectacular red rock formations, to festive receptions with dancing under the stars. These guests want to celebrate with memorable food, personalized touches and a one-of-a-kind setting for their once-in-a-lifetime event—and a destination they can return to each year as a spectacular reminder of their special day. These are Sedona weddings at L’Auberge.
Travis and Debi
Travis and Debi planned a natural and sophisticated Sedona wedding in October to share with their close circle. Their wedding vows were said on the Creekhouse lawn in front of Oak Creek as the sound of the water serenaded them. While their guests enjoyed a cocktail reception on the expansive Creekhouse deck, the newlyweds took photos at Serenity Point. Then their dinner was created by the culinary team at Cress on Oak Creek and served on the flagstone with bistro lights strung above the tables to enhance the intimate setting.
Be inspired by the wedding photos below from Sedona local photographer Jayde Pigati of JP Photography.
Posted: November 13, 2019
Condé Nast Readers Vote L’Auberge Top Hotel
Situated on the banks of Oak Creek in the heart of Sedona’s famed Red Rock country, L’Auberge de Sedona is a place where guests celebrate, connect, heal, and relax. We are truly honored to be recognized with Condé Nast Traveler 2021 Readers’ Choice Award as a Top Hotel in the Southwest!
Inside Weddings: “Creekside Luxury”
Inside Weddings features L’Auberge de Sedona as an ideal location for destination weddings and rejuvenating honeymoons while highlighting Cress on Oak Creek, L’Apothecary Spa and our varied accommodations.
Elite Traveler: “Road Trip in Arizona”
Elite Traveler highlights L’Auberge de Sedona as “a romantic spot on the banks of Oak Creek” – the place to stay when visiting Sedona on a road trip through Arizona. Arriving in a Bentley Continental GT V8 Convertible with the top down, of course.