Wedding Chapel Elopement Packages in Ventura County, California

Why do couples choose to Elope with Us?

 

No stress is the main reason! Do you feel overwhelmed by all the decisions of planning a wedding? Family drama keeping you from making wedding plans? Not sure who to invite and avoid hurt feelings? Thinking of all the money you will spend and just prefer to spend it on a lavish honeymoon or buying a house? Are you trying to adopt and need the legal aspect of a wedding without the headache? Are you military, and want to take your other half with you? Planing a big wedding later, but want to be married today in secret? We are the right Wedding Chapel for you. An affordable small wedding venue with wedding chapel elopement packages to accomodate just the two of you up to 43 guests.

All Inclusive and Affordable. Just bring your love, your rings, and your marriage license. We take care of the rest.

Shot Gun $950

Wedding Package

 

Whats included: 

  • Bride & Groom plus 4 Guests
  • 30 Minutes @ the Breathtaking, Wildwood Grove, Intimate Spanish Style Estate
  • Mnister to Officiate
  • Choice of Vows
  • Music or bring your own
  • Optional Photographer $150.00

What you need:

  • One witness
  • Your wedding rings
  • Your marriage license 

 

Intimate $1150

 Wedding Package

 

Whats included: 

  • Bride & Groom plus 13 Guests
  • 60 Minutes @ the Breathtaking, Wildwood Grove, Intimate Spanish Style Estate
  • Minister to Officiate
  • Choice of Vows
  • Music or bring your own
  • Add Sand Ceremony, Lighting of the Candles or Unity Cross (items provided by couple) 
  • Optional Photographer – $200

What you need:

  • One witness
  • Your wedding rings
  • Your marriage license 

 

Wild West $1350

Wedding Package

 

Whats included: 

  • Bride & Groom plus 28 Guests
  • 60 Minutes @ the Breathtaking, Wildwood Grove, Intimate Spanish Style Estate
  • Guests arrive 15 minutes before
  • Minister to Officiate
  • Choice of Vows
  • Music or bring your own
  • Add Sand Ceremony, Lighting of the Candles or Unity Cross (items provided by couple)
  • Optional Photographer –  $250. 

What you need:

  • One witness
  • Your wedding rings
  • Your marriage license 

 

Ultimate $1550

Wedding Package

 

Whats included: 

  • Bride & Groom plus 43 Guests
  • 60 Minutes @ the Breathtaking, Wildwood Grove, Intimate Spanish Style Estate
  • Guests arrive 30 minutes before
  • Minister to Officiate
  • Choice of Vows
  • Music or bring your own 
  • Add Sand Ceremony, Lighting of the Candles or Unity Cross (items provided by couple)
  • Optional Photographer $300 I

What you need:

  • One witness
  • Your wedding rings
  • Your marriage license 

 

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How To Book With Us

1. In order to hold your date and time, we require a $250 Non-Refundable Deposit; that is applied towards your wedding package. For the Shot Gun Package, we do require that you pre-pay the entire package in order to book.

2. If you are ready to place a deposit to hold your date and time, you can do that two ways. First you can book on our website (see above on the menu where it states “Book Online Now” or you can call us at 480-217-8389 and we can gather all the details over the phone.

3. When you book we will ask you if you want to use the Church or Gazebo, and which vows you would like. Choices of vows are here or you can customize your own. Upon booking, we block off the date and time so that no one else can reserve it with us or at the venue. We also get you in touch with our in-house photographer, if you wish to use her services. You pay her directly, not us for the photography services.

4. Last, we will ask that you review, complete and sign our Simple Service Agreement, you can find those here and that’s it! Balance if any is due before your wedding day.

How To See The Venue

We are on the grounds of the Pioneer Living History Museum. The address is: 3901 W Pioneer Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85086. You can navigate to the Pioneer Living History Museum on your GPS and it will take you straight to us.

The Chapel and the Gazebo, are part of the Historic Musuem Tour – and are both historic buildings. As such, usually to view them, there is a $7 museum tour fee.

When you arrive, please let the Volunteers know that you are with The Mission Chapel and want to take a peek at the Chapel and or Gazebo or both. They will grant you access.

Please keep in mind, that we are not there unless we have a wedding, and that the volunteers can not answer any questions about our services. Also, that the Church is not decorated for weddings unless we are performing one, so please use your imagination or see pictures on this website or on our facebook page.

 

What to Expect on Your Wedding Day

60 Minutes of Pure Bliss, A Lifetime of Happiness

  • First 20 Minutes – Ceremony
  • Next 25 Minutes – Congratulations and Pictures with Friends and Family
  • Last 15 Minutes – Bride & Groom Private Photos
Arrive 15 minutes* before Ceremony Time, 30 Minutes before for the Ultimate Package ONLY.

Guests head to the Chapel or Gazebo, where they are greeted by the Groom. During this time, the Bride is in the main building in hiding, and being preped to walk down the aisle.

Immediately after the Ceremony, Guests have an opportunity to congratulate the couple, and partake in friends & family group pictures with the new couple.

After the family and friends photos are complete, the guests are asked to leave to the after party location, and the last 15 minutes the couple takes private one on one pictures with the photographer.

Bride should arrive 15 minutes before the ceremony, and head to the main building of the Cave Creek Museum. This allows for privacy from arriving guests, and a place to slip into your gown, and last minute makeup touchups. This is the area where the photographer will meet you to start taking some pictures. Your wedding coordinator or minister will also meet you here to go over last minute details.

During the time that the Bride is in the main building, the Groom is at the Venue, greeting guests.

We will get started on-time, and the first 20 Minutes or so is the wedding ceremony, immediately followed by congratulations, family and friends photography for about 25 minutes, signing of the marriage license, and finally private photos with the new couple for the last 15 minutes.

Groom should arrive 15 minutes before the ceremony, and head to the Gazebo or Chapel where he will be greeted by the Minister. The Groom will greet guests as they arrive, and thank them for coming.

During the time that the Groom is greeting guests, the Bride is in the main building preparing for walking down the aisle.

We will get started on-time, and the first 20 Minutes or so is the wedding ceremony, immediately followed by congratulations, family and friends photography for about 25 minutes, signing of the marriage license, and finally private photos with the new couple for the last 15 minutes.

If you have Bridesmaids, Mother of the Bride, Ring Bearers, Flower Girls, Maid of Honor, Brides Father, or Ushers, you will meet the bride in the main building 15 minutes before the ceremony.

Best Man, will stay with the Groom at all times at the Chapel or Gazebo.

The Coordinator or Minister will coordinate the precession.

Please note that most weddings, do not have a precession, most of the time, the bride either walks alone, or is escorted by her father, or another important figure in her life.

There is no right or wrong, we are here to accomodate you, whatever your wishes may be. Most of all, we want this to be stress free and memorable.

Similar to these Christian Vows 

 Processional: Your choice of song

 Invocation:

We are gathered here today in the sight of God, and the presence of friends and loved ones to celebrate one of life’s greatest moments.  _____________ and _______________ have invited us to be here with them on this beautiful day to experience and witness the public declaration of their love and commitment  for each other.  May this be a moment to cherish and remember for the rest of their lives. We can learn about the wonderful qualities of love from the Bible.  First Corinthians says:  Love is patient, love is kind.  It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.  It is not rude, it is not self seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.  Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth.  Love always protects, always trusts, always hopes, and always preserves. Love never fails.  And now these three remain: Faith, Hope, and Love, but greatest of these, is Love.

___________________ and ___________________, if it is your desire to take the vows which will legally unite you at this time, please respond , “It is”.

 Declaration of Intent:

 Do you, ___________________, take ____________________ to be your lawfully wedded wife?  From this day forward, to have and to hold, for better, for worse, for richer and for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death do you part?

 Do you, ___________________, take ____________________ to be your lawfully wedded husband?  From this day forward, to have and to hold, for better, for worse, for richer and for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death do you part?

 Ring Exchange: Wedding rings are made precious by our wearing them.  Your rings say that even in your uniqueness you have chosen to be joined together.  Let these rings also be a sign that love has substance , a present and a past, and that, despite its occasional sorrows, love is a circle of happiness.  May these rings remind you always of the vows you have spoken here today.

 

______________, Please place the ring on _____________________ hand.

___________________, repeat after me: ___________________, with this ring,

 

I choose you as my wife and partner.

I give to you all that I am, And accept from you, all that you are.

 ______________, Please place the ring on _____________________ hand.

___________________, repeat after me:

___________________, with this ring,

I choose you as my husband and partner. I give to you all that I am, and accept from you, all that you are.

 

Blessing:

___________________ and ____________________, remember to treat yourselves and each other with respect, and remind yourselves often of what brought you together.  May you always be able to talk things over, to confide in each other, to laugh with each other, to enjoy life together, and to share moments of quiet and peace, when the day is done.  May God  bless you with a lifetime of happiness and a home of warmth and understanding. 

Pronouncement:

_______________ and ________________, Please face your family and friends.  Today I have witnessed your consent in the bonds of marriage before God and each person present here:  so by the authority vested in me through the state of Arizona, I pronounce you husband and wife.  _______________ you may now kiss your bride

Friends, Loved Ones and Guests allow me to present to you with honor and joy, for the very first time,  Mr. and Mrs. ______________________________.

Similar to these non denominational vows

Processional: Your choice of song

 Invocation:

 Dearly Beloveds and Honored guests:  We are gathered here this day to witness the giving and receiving of the marriage vows between_____________________ and ________________________.  Marriage is a personal contract not to be entered into lightly or in jest and only after much consideration.  If anyone can show just cause why they may not be lawfully joined together, let them speak now or forever hold their peace

___________________ and ___________________, if it is your desire to take the vows which will legally unite you at this time, please respond , “It is”.

Declaration of Intent:

Do you, ___________________, take ____________________ to be your lawfully wedded wife?  From this day forward, to have and to hold, for better, for worse, for richer and for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death do you part?

Do you, ___________________, take ____________________ to be your lawfully wedded husband?  From this day forward, to have and to hold, for better, for worse, for richer and for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death do you part?

Ring Exchange:

Wedding rings are made precious by our wearing them.  Your rings say that even in your uniqueness you have chosen to be joined together.  Let these rings also be a sign that love has substance , a present and a past, and that, despite its occasional sorrows, love is a circle of happiness.  May these rings remind you always of the vows you have spoken here today.

______________, Please place the ring on _____________________ hand.

________________, repeat after me:

___________________, with this ring,

I choose you as my wife and partner. I give to you all that I am,

And accept from you, all that you are. ______________, Please place the ring on _____________________ hand.__________________, repeat after me:__________________, with this ring,

I choose you as my husband and partner.

I give to you all that I am, And accept from you, all that you are.

 

Blessing:___________________ and ____________________, remember to treat yourselves and each other with respect, and remind yourselves often of what brought you together.  May you always be able to talk things over, to confide in each other, to laugh with each other, to enjoy life together, and to share moments of quiet and peace, when the day is done.  May you be blessed with a lifetime of happiness and a home of warmth and understanding.

 Pronouncement: ___________________ and ____________________, please face your family and friends, and with the exchanging of vows and the giving and receiving of rings, by virtue of the authority invested in me and the State of Arizona, I pronounce you husband and wife. ____________________, you may now kiss your bride!

Vow Options: 
We are happy to create custom vows for you. Talk with one of our officiants about your custom vows or,
  • Create your own
  • Modify ours to fit your style
  • Add Unity Cross, Lighting of the Candles or Sand Ceremony