Wedding Reception Venues
Tempe Mission Palms offers premier Phoenix wedding venues and catering. With a variety of attractively decorated reception venues for celebrations of all sizes, our flexible space accommodates the most intimate of gatherings, to the grandest of galas. Let our team of Tempe wedding planners help coordinate your intimate rehearsal dinner, ceremony, and wedding reception down to the last detail, leaving you to enjoy your special day.
Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert and Phoenix Mountains, our wedding venues in Tempe, AZ reflect the elegance and beauty around them. From our lush courtyard, to the fountain circle at our hotel's majestic front entrance, Tempe Mission Palms is the premier venue for hosting romantic wedding ceremonies in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area.
Exquisitely decorated with a grand chandelier, and large flanking mirrors for an intimate feel, the Abbey is our most popular reception venue. This exclusive space accommodates up to 175 guests with a private entrance and patio, perfect for a cocktail hour.
With flexible space to accommodate receptions for up to 500 guests, the Palm Ballroom is the most traditional of our venues. This grand space has an attached foyer for cocktail hour, and is located adjacent to our courtyard for easy guest access.
Our most approachable reception venue allows for wedding guests to easily flow from our courtyard. This space has an attached buffet room, and central location accommodating up to 100 guests.
Our beautiful garden setting, with lush greenery and soothing fountain is the perfect backdrop for wedding ceremonies. An intimate setting for up to 175 guests, it is our most popular option.
A beautiful outdoor site for ceremony, cocktail hour and reception, your wedding guests will enjoy being surrounded by lush cactus gardens, white columns, A mountain, history and the beauty of Phoenix, Arizona.
For the most grand of wedding ceremonies of 150 guests and up, located at the front of our hotel with a backdrop of lush greenery, the tallest of palm trees, our largest fountain, Arizona State University and downtown Tempe.