The January sun skimmed over the treetops, the Canadian geese walked the well trimmed lawns of Orange Tree Resort. It was quiet, it was peaceful.
The December sun slowly fell over the red rocks in Sedona as Elizabeth and Brandon embraced each other. The temperature had a noticeable drop and for these Arizonans it should have been cold, but wrapped up in each other they were warm
While we walked the well groomed paths of Scottsdale Civic Park with Sara and Eloy an unforgettable thing happened. It couldn’t have been planned but only destined to happened, just like their love. How can a couple’s first married moments get any more romantic and heartfelt?
Elopements have a special place in our hearts, it’s raw, it’s intimate, it’s romantic and organic in nature. The entire focus is just two people committing their lives to each other and that is exactly what Jennifer and Paul wanted. We have always said that we love marriage, and Priscilla and I can honestly say this whole heartedly. So much so that I went and became ordained to be able to perform intimate ceremonies like this
We took our time enjoying the views and talking about how quiet the earth is to tread on and how peaceful it is. We all agreed that standing out there looking at the vast landscape reminds us of how small we are in the world. And we had the whole park to ourselves, which only added to that lovely feeling.
The daily monsoons had held back their 3 o’clock ritual of dousing the mountain and loud thunder cracking above just for this special day. Instead we enjoyed the sounds of the bees buzzing around the flowers, birds chirping, and best of all… Ian strumming his guitar with Erika by his side admiring the melody.
We love destination weddings, the creativity drive you get from seeing a place for the first time is so inspirational. But what if it is a place you’ve visited many times before but have never looked at it as a wedding location? Turns out that with with just looking at it from a different perspective this familiar location looks completely new and inspiring.
Red Agave Resort in Sedona was a perfect spot to say I do for these carefree and adventurous souls. Chascity and Leo got married on a sun shiny, but cool and breezy 75 degree day, with sweeping views of the majestic red rocks. The adorable (and remodeled) A frame chalets, nestled comfortably into the heart of Sedona, tied in perfectly with the color theme of Chascity and Leo’s wedding, orange and purple
Their day began early as the sun came up on that Spring morning, cinco de mayo exactly, a beautiful calm day with the sun shining and the birds chirping happily. Both Rodd and Rebekah were calm, cool, and collected as all of their planning finally began to unfold and they just got to enjoy the day. The pueblo style house was a perfect setting for their Cinco de Mayo wedding
Michael and Ashley chose to have an intimate Sedona wedding with just a few friends and family. Sedona Heritage Museum provided a picturesque view of the red rocks among the vintage barns and farm equipment. These two are genuinely in love and are meant for each other. Ashley with her thoughtfulness and passion for adventure and Michael a smart guy with a sense of humor, and as he says about her “She fiiiiiiiine and has a ridiculous smile”