5 Wedding Venues in Southern New Mexico for Scenic Outdoor Weddings
With a state as gorgeous as New Mexico, more and more newly engaged couples are planning outdoor weddings. If that sounds like your kind of wedding, don’t miss these 5 wedding venues. Each boasts different features and highlights of the New Mexico way to get married outside.
Red Hawk Golf Club
Lush green fairways surrounded by desert landscape create quite the 360 degree scene at Red Hawk Golf Club. This venue has a great view of both the Organ and Dona Ana mountains. Located on the east mesa of Las Cruces, this golf course has a front row seat to those gorgeous New Mexico sunsets we all love.
This historic adobe home in Mesilla, New Mexico is now a small restaurant and charming bed and breakfast. Just a block from the Mesilla Plaza makes Josefina’s the perfect pick for the bride and groom looking to infuse southwest vibes, textures, and colors into their wedding. Plus, the brick patio area is great for dancing the night away on the best night of your life under the stars.
St. Clair Winery and Bistro
St. Clair offers an intimate outdoor lawn area for receptions and ceremonies. The lawn area provides a great ceremony backdrop with the Organ mountains or small vineyard in the background. The small vineyard makes a pretty spot for bride and groom portraits too. For wine lovers, guests can make a toast to the bride and groom’s happiness with New Mexico made wine.
Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park
The park is located on the banks of the Rio Grande. In summer and early fall this area is as green as southern New Mexico gets. Natural plant life and scenery make this a great venue for the bride and groom who love New Mexico’s landscape. The visitor center’s red brick patio and adobe style design create a sophisticated look for outdoor receptions.
New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum
The largest of the venues listed here, the courtyard patio at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum can accommodate larger weddings. The open-air courtyard features a breathtaking view of the Organ mountains and bistro style string lights for after dark. For ceremony sites the Museum also has a striking iron bridge and landscaped garden area. Anyone who knows New Mexico knows how fickle the weather can be here so the museum also offers inside ballroom options for the occasional breezy or rainy wedding day.