"Love Garden" is a Tribute to Couples Who Wed at Camelback Mountain
A memento of their love will bloom anew each year for couples who say “I do” at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain. Located appropriately on the Paradise Lawn, the Love Garden – a new signature element of the Sanctuary wedding experience – will eventually fill with colorful blossoms, each commemorating a wedding held at the award-winning Scottsdale resort. And for every bulb planted in the garden, the resort will send a matching bulb to the bride and groom to plant at home, complete with instructions for its care.
Sanctuary horticulturist Jeff Sweeney has selected three flowers for the Love Garden, each of which grows from a bulb. They include calla lilies, whose white, feminine blooms have long been associated with weddings and the qualities of purity, faith and devotion; brightly colored dahlias, symbolic of commitment; and delphinium, whose deep blue flowers represent an open heart and devotion.
With exclusive weddings held at Sanctuary each year (and no two at the same time), Sweeney anticipates adding a new bulb to the garden almost every week.
About Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain
One of the country’s most lauded luxury resorts, Sanctuary is a striking boutique property on Camelback Mountain in Paradise Valley, Arizona, just minutes from downtown Scottsdale. Under the direction of Westroc Hospitality, Sanctuary enjoys international acclaim for its contemporary design, and award-winning elements restaurant and Sanctuary Spa. A member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Sanctuary was recognized in 2006 as the “top resort” in the United States by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler. Sanctuary has been a Condé Nast Traveler “Gold List” and “Reader’s Choice” winner since opening in 2001, and in 2012 was named #1 Resort in Arizona in Travel + Leisure’s 500 Best Hotels in the World.