Welcome to our wedding website. We created this page to help those of you attending the wedding better plan your trip to Santa Fe. Santa Fe is a very unique and special place to us and we hope you can enjoy the city and your time with us in a more personal way.
Ceremony at 3:30 p.m. Cocktail Hour at 4:00 p.m. Reception to follow at same location. Please refer to the map below for more location detail.
We prefer guests to stay at The Drury Plaza Hotel to help with coordination for transportation to the venue. This hotel is the most centrally located and convenient hotel in downtown Santa Fe with excellent amenities and rooftop views. Other recommended hotels are The Santa Fe Motel and Inn, and The Santa Fe Sage Inn.
Lowe's and Home Depot gift cards would be greatly appreciated as we are remodeling our home. Wedding registries have been created for other gifts and are listed below:
Cocktail casual, no jeans. As for the rest of the weekend jeans, comfortable shoes and short sleeves shirts/blouses with a jacket for evenings. The temperature in Santa Fe in October is typically highs in the mid 60s with crisp evenings.
Children are welcome to the wedding. We will have some activities set up for them at the reception. While we are excited you want to help capture our day, we request all cameras and cell phones be turned off during the ceremony so our photographer can do her job. Please feel free to snap as many photos as you would like at the reception!
Things we enjoy when we're in Santa Fe:
Food and Drink: Mucho Gusto (get the Sangria), Palacio's Cafe, Joseph's of Santa Fe, Casa Chimayo, Rooftop Pizzeria, The Shed, Radish & Rye, Blue Corn Cafe, Dinner for Two, The Secreto Lounge at The Hotel St. Francis (for Margaritas), AGAVE Lounge at The Hotel El Dorado (for Margaritas), Santa Fe Brewing
Museums, Shops & Galleries: Shiprock Santa Fe, Owings Gallery, Peyton Wright Gallery, Manitou Gallery, Medicine Man Gallery, Santa Fe Vintage, Sante Fe Antiques and Flea Market, The POP Gallery, St. Francis Cathedral, Santa Fe Plaza, The Railyard, Museum of Spanish Colonial Art ($), Georgia O'keeffe Museum ($), New Mexico Museum of Art ($)
Scenic Drives: The road to Ski Santa Fe (Hyde Park Road), The Turquoise Trail (hwy 14) to Madrid, Santa Fe to Chimayo, the Taos High Road, Abiquiu
Contact Information: ArmstrongBoggs1022@gmail.com
Map: Interactive Google Map with all our above recommendations (same map as you see below).