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Santa Fe was voted Destination of the Year 2017

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More reasons to love Santa Fe:

#1 City for Art Lovers

AARP Top 10 Cities for Art Lovers

#1 “Can’t Miss Summer Spot”

TripAdvisor 2015

#1 Best U.S. City for Shopping

10Best Reader's Choice

#4 Best Small City in the U.S.

Conde Nast Reader’s Choice 2017

#4 America’s Favorite City

Travel + Leisure's 2017 America's Favorite Places Survey

#5 Best City for Food

Travel + Leisure's 2017 America's Favorite Places Survey

#5 Most Romantic City

Open Table's Top 25 Most Romantic Cities in America

WEDDING TRENDS & TIPS

Santa Fe's Magical Christmas

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Many brides who choose Santa Fe for their destination wedding fall in love with the city during a holiday visit. And of all the holidays, Christmas in Santa Fe is the most magical.

Santa Fe is absolutely enchanting at Christmas time. The first thing you notice is the scent of piñon wood burning in kiva fireplaces along Canyon Road and in people’s backyards. Then there’s the intoxicating aroma and fantastic taste of red and green chili, which even makes its way into the chocolates and candies of local confectioners.

The courtyard of the Palace of the Governors is ablaze with luminarias (piñon wood bonfires) and those charming farolitos, which are small brown bags filled with sand that holds a burning candle. Here you can sip hot chocolate or cider and treat yourself to some fresh-made bischochitos, the New Mexico State cookie. Nearby is the Plaza, where shops stay open after dark and live music can be heard from some of Santa Fe’s best dining and drinking establishments.

The most memorable Christmas event in Santa Fe is the Farolito and Luminaria Walk down the famed Canyon Road, home to over a hundred art galleries and sprinkled with appealing shops and restaurants. On this night, Canyon Road is transformed into a wonderland of lights—electric street lights are turned off, thousands of fairy lights burn, and farolitos line the streets. Carolers sing, huddled around piñon bonfires, and shopowners offer cookies, hot chocolate and cider.

If you ever have an opportunity to visit Santa Fe at Christmas time, by all means, do it! The memories will burn in your heart forever.

Santa Fe, known as the City Different, is a popular spot for destination weddings. If you or a bride-to-be is considering a destination wedding, we would love to talk to you about getting married in the City Different. To inquire, call us at 505-670-6570 or send us an email.

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