Anyone have ideas for an outdoor wedding space for about 100 people in September.  Winerys are out.  beyond that, any ideas will do.

 

Cheers, Mi3ke

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I think it would be worth checking out the Gutierrez-Hubbel house in the South Valley, Although, I'm not sure whether they rent out the space for weddings.

http://www.hubbellhousealliance.org

Try the courtyard at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.  It's private and intimate, there's a nice fountain, some big shade trees, and you can do catering through La Fonda del Bosque (which we've found to be the most affordable catering in town).  Better call quickly, though; they fill up pretty far in advance.  Two months might not be enough time to find much of anything in Albuquerque.

 

Went to a wonderful wedding at Sandia Lakes earlier this month; the weather was most cooperative, but if not the pavilion should provide decent protection for your group:

 

http://www.sandiapueblo.nsn.us/functions.html

 

my sweetie and I got married last october at the zocalo in bernalillo. it's a gorgeous space with an enclosed courtyard and beautiful indoor spaces. it was pretty affordable, considering what they included (tables, chairs, etc). I think 100-120 is about their max capacity though, so fit might depend on which side of 100 you're looking at.
The Zocalo in Bernalillo is great - I have been to wedding there as well and it was very sweet. In fact, the groom had done a lot of the restoration work on the structure. Its an intimate space, but should accommodate your numbers.
This may be too far out of town, but how about the Hacienda Dona Andrea in Cerillos?  I've never been, but it looks nice: http://www.hdasantafe.com/weddings.php . They can accommodate up to 150 guests and have guest rooms for out of town visitors.  Congratulations, btw!
As it so happens, I have been to a wedding here as well! It was very nice and we stayed there, too. This event was inside because of the weather, but the plaza area in the picture on their website is very nice and I think there are more spaces on the other side of the building. Could be pricey (it felt pricey anyway...) but was a really beautiful setting.

How about Los Poblanos?  I've not been to a wedding there but when I attend the Lavender Festival, I always think to myself how it'd be a beautiful place for a wedding.

 

 

It's nice, but very spendy....
we look at los poblanos when we were planning our shindig. it's incredibly lovely but outrageously expensive for a wedding.
The big picnic shelter at the Elena Gallegos Open Space
The Biopark has a special rose covered thing that would be gorgeous for weddings!

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