Luxe Location: Shenandoah Mill | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Couples who want their wedding to emulate the pinnacle of Western romance and hospitality need look no further than the beautiful grounds of Shenandoah Mill. Located in Gilbert, this stunning venue is all about the natural elegance of country chic vibes. Shenandoah Mill is an authentic grist mill originally from Virginia that was famous in the 1920s. After it was shut down, the historic mill was transported to Arizona and meticulously rebuilt in 1999. It now serves as a gorgeous venue for couples who are looking for the perfect place to hold a classic rustic wedding.

A ceremony at Shenandoah Mill will wow all your guests. Held outside in the romantic Enchanted Garden, a lush lawn carpets your ceremony while you say your “I dos” under a picturesque vine-covered trellis with white linens elegantly draped. Rows of palatial trees provide privacy during your intimate event. For a night-time affair, twinkling strands of lights brighten up the space with a warm, charming effect. For the reception, head indoors under the tall wooden beams of the mill. Rustic wood-edged windows provide the space with plenty of natural light. Round tables and wooden country-style windsor chairs are furnished for the dining hall, which can be used as is with its rustic charm or dressed up according to the couple’s desires.

Luxe Location: Shenandoah Mill | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Luxe Location: Shenandoah Mill | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Luxe Location: Shenandoah Mill | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Luxe Location: Shenandoah Mill | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Luxe Location: Shenandoah Mill | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Luxe Location: Shenandoah Mill | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Luxe Location: Shenandoah Mill | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Luxe Location: Shenandoah Mill | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Luxe Location: Shenandoah Mill | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Come visit Shenandoah Mill to see the beautiful grounds and book your dream wedding!

Photo 1, 5, 6: StepOnMe Photography | Photo 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10: Micah Carling Photography