Red Rock Crossing Wedding Location
Native American Same Sex Wedding Ceremony
Carla Reidel performed her Native American wedding ceremony for this same sex couple, who had finally decided to tie the knot after years of being together. They chose the Red Rock Crossing wedding location on the south side of Oak Creek, accessible via the Village of Oak Creek on Verde Valley School Road, which allows day use parking permits. Carla created the medicine-wheel circle with cornmeal as her husband, Rick, drummed, and then she called in the four directions to prepare for the native wedding ceremony. Wedding photography by Leslie McCandless of Sedona Elopement Weddings.
Rainy Day at Red Rock Crossing Wedding Location
The skies threatened to drench the wedding party, but it held off for the short marriage ceremony and pictures afterwards. Shawn and Belinda brought their best friends to witness their Sedona elopement wedding at the Red Rock Crossing wedding location on the north side of the waters of Oak Creek, accessible through Crescent Moon Ranch State Park. The glorious view of the auspicious Cathedral Rock was visible even on this wet, overcast day. Officiated by Leslie McCandless and photographed by Joe Robinson of Sedona Elopement Weddings.
Family Elopement at the Red Rock Crossing Wedding Location
Red Rock Crossing is accessible from West Sedona at the National Parks parking area of Crescent Moon Ranch, and also from Verde Valley School Road in the Village of Oak Creek. On the south side, a short dirt road and a parking area leads to the creek and a spectacular view of Cathedral rock, which was perfect for Angela and Travis’s Sedona elopement wedding. The adorable wedding party was made up of their children! After the ceremony the newlyweds explored the waters of Oak Creek and played near the “steps” that allowed them to cross over to Crescent Moon Ranch. Another beautiful summer wedding in Sedona at the Red Rock Crossing wedding location! Wedding photography by Leslie McCandless of Sedona Elopement Weddings.