When your guests come in from out of town for your wedding, hopefully they will be lucky enough to hang around for a few extra days. While it can be fun to spend time with reunited family members, it’s nice (and important) to keep everyone busy with a place to go and things to see.
With planning the biggest day of your life, you can’t be expected to put together an activity itinerary for all of the out-of-towners, so we’ve put together a few ideas for you. Hopefully it will make entertaining your guests a little bit easier.
If your family loves the outdoors, Arizona is the perfect place to explore. With the exception of a few months, Arizona has the best weather for outdoor activities. Here are a few ideas for the adventurers.
Arizona has food to satisfy every picky palate. From Italian to Mexican to American home cooking, you can find every type of food right in the valley of the sun.
Sometimes kids are the hardest ones to keep engaged and entertained over a long weekend. Look no further. Here are a few activities the whole family can enjoy!
Everyone has a golfer in the family, and lucky for them your wedding is being held in one of the top golfing destinations in America! We’ve compiled a list of a few of the best courses in Arizona.
The Phoenix area is home to some of the best shopping malls in Arizona. We especially love the combination of great weather and open air shopping ! So no matter what part of town your guests are staying in, you can be sure there will be a great mall nearby.
Arizona is home to MLB’s 2001 World Champions, the Arizona Diamondbacks, the NBA Suns and WNBA Mercury, as well as the NHL Coyotes and NFL Cardinals. In addition to these teams, Arizona is also lucky to host a variety of Major League Baseball teams for spring training. So, no matter what time of year, there will always be a sport to enjoy!
With so many different kinds of activities to enjoy in Arizona, no matter what time of year you plan to hold your wedding, there will be something great for your friends and family to do!
What kinds of things do you think your guests would like to do?