Joshua Tree Wedding at Tumbleweed Sanctuary
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting Joshua Tree National Park, then you are aware of exactly how much beauty this magical place holds. If you haven’t, then you will want to add this wondrous spot to the very top of your list for possible wedding locations. Joshua Tree is only about 40 miles from the city of Palm Springs and holds its own funky spin on the iconic desert culture of the area. This quaint national park is known for its remote location, which is absolutely perfect for the couple seeking an intimate and memorable ceremony. Below are some of my favorite elements of Joshua Tree that make it the perfect location for your wedding day.
Some of the most gorgeous wedding venues in California exist in Joshua Tree, with romantic elements and dreamy backdrops. Some of the most notable venues are The Ruin Venue, The Lautner Compound, Masaya Desert Ranch and Tumbleweed Sanctuary. Each offers its own individual spin on the peace and tranquility the desert has to offer. Sacred Sands, for example, has completely unobstructed views of the mountains that provide the perfect setup for timeless and unique wedding photos. On the other hand, Tumbleweed Sanctuary oozes the quintessential desert landscape with true tumbleweeds, cacti, and many other indigenous desert plants. The options in Joshua Tree are so unique and distinct that attempting to pick your favorite can be overwhelming in the best way.
Joshua Tree Air Bnbs
One of the most exciting aspects of planning is finding the perfect spot to stay for your wedding. In Joshua Tree and the surrounding areas, you can find some of the most unique and lovely Airbnbs, hotels, and rentals to book your stay at. The most popular Airbnb spots capture the true essence of the desert while incorporating quirky elements that make them memorable. You can choose from an iconic Airstream, a Pioneer Town cabin, a bohemian dome, or a low-profile sanctuary.
Never Ending Sun
One of the biggest concerns for nearly married couples is the weather on their wedding day. Fortunately, Joshua Tree offers a whopping 282 days of sun per year, making the chances of a bad weather wedding day incredibly slim. For the most part, the weather is comfortable and mild year-round, though summer afternoons have the potential to reach scorching hot temperatures.
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