Sedona Wedding Info–Referrals & Links

Marriage License Info:

You may obtain a Wedding License from any county in AZ for your Sedona Wedding.  Licenses are good for a year.  AZ requires two witnesses to sign the license in addition to the Officiant.  If you are planning to change your name, you need to order a Certified Copy of your Marriage License to take into your local Social Security office after the wedding. You may order the Certified Copy when applying for your Marriage License, or you may order it later.

Many couples apply for their Marriage License by mail from Mohave County (out of state). They make it easy — you sign your application in front of a notary in your hometown, mail it back to the Mohave Courthouse, and they mail you the marriage license. Give yourself about 5 weeks if ordering your license by mail:

If in Phoenix, you can get your marriage license at the Maricopa Courthouse in person:

And if you’ll be driving to Sedona from Phoenix on a weekday before the wedding, the closest courthouse is Yavapai County Superior Court in Camp Verde:

If you are driving through Flagstaff to get to Sedona, apply at the Coconino Courthouse:

Wedding Photography

Sedona Wedding Memories

Hair and Make-up:

Patricia Vega #928 607-9742 –!/Home

The Beauty Team #480 262-0215 –

Chyna Wu #928-266-7976-


Bliss Floral  (928) 282-3445

Jazz Bouquet Floral — 928 204-1091

Mountain High Flowers —

Limo or Shuttle for Red Rock Locations with Limited Parking

Northern AZ Limo 928-282-3364 

Wedding Cakes

Sedona Cake Couture –

Sedona Bakery–

Safeway Grocery — sheet cakes #928 282-0118


Shondra Jepperson – Guitar/Singer

Brian David – Guitar — Brian David Guitarist


Hilltop Deli

Heartline Cafe

Raising the Barr Catering


Chairs, Tents, Decor–Only for State Parks!

***No Arches, chairs, tents or decorations other than one small podium may be set up for flowers on the Forest Service land.

Verve Events and Tents Rentals


Basha’s or Safeway Grocery stores. Be sure to bring Plastic Flutes, not glass for toasting

Sedona Restaurants:

Dahl & Di Luca Ristorante Italiano

Cucina Rustica (Village of Oak Creek)

The Hudson (nice views) Contemporary, American

Rene at Tlaquepaque (French, more expensive)

Mariposa (“Latin inspired grill” with great views)

Cowboy Club Restaurant (casual), or Silver Saddle Steakhouse, American, both Uptown

The Creekside Restaurant– Contemporary, American

Golden Goose Cafe (less expensive–has a private room for a mini-reception)

Gerardo’s Italian Kitchen

Mesa Grill up by the Sedona Airport (has a separate outdoor patio)

Steakhouse 89 (has a reception room)

Hotels and Inns:

When you are making hotel reservations, most of the ceremony sites are in West Sedona so it is more convenient than the Village of Oak Creek unless your ceremony site is Bell Rock or Yavapai Vista. The Village of Oak Creek (calls itself Sedona) is about 25 minutes away from the main town of Sedona.

Here are a few hotels to try that are in West Sedona and Uptown:

Courtyard Marriott

Sedona Real Inn

Southwest Inn

Andante Inn

Dream Catcher Inn (less expensive)

Arroyo Roble Best Western Resort (uptown)

Sedona Sky Ranch Lodge (great views)

Sunset Chateaux B&B

Casa Sedona Inn B&B

Los Abrigados Resort–is fun; it’s a time-share and hotel, and has pools and stuff for kids—close to the intersections of 89A and Hwy 179, near Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village.