Alesha and Brian had a Forest Highlands wedding last September. They tied the knot on the 14th hole. It's really a beautiful spot to have a Flagstaff wedding. The day turned out clear and crisp despite rain the day before. Both Brian and Alesha get ready at the Meadow Clubhouse and eventually returned back to the clubhouse for their reception.
Ursula and Severo eloped in Sedona. But it wasn't your average Sedona elopement. It was a bit of a Viking elopement. For real. Sev's got some Viking blood. So instead of a suit and tie he went with a suit of armor. And a sword.
Megan and Mike got married at the Arboretum at Flagstaff, one of my favorite places to photograph a Flagstaff wedding celebration. The Arboretum is a special place tucked away down a bumpy dirt road. Even if you live in Flagstaff it's kind of a destination wedding. Megan and Mike are outdoorsy folks, so the Arb was a fantastic wedding venue choice. Their wedding celebration was perfectly them - simple and down to earth - surrounded by friends and family.
Danielle and Adam had an Arizona Snowbowl wedding high up on Mt. Humphreys. Danielle began the day getting ready with friends and family in downtown Flagstaff before heading up the mountain to put on her wedding dress in the locker rooms at Snowbowl. Adam and his groomsmen had time for a card game before suiting up and then sang a little harmony in the bathroom to loosen up. And then it was time to get married.
Kayla and Michael got married under the aspen trees at Flagstaff Nordic Center last June. Summer weddings in the mountains are just plain beautiful.
Emily and Andrew got hitched under a beautiful spring sky at the Flagstaff Arboretum, one of the most beautiful spots in northern Arizona to get married. The Arboretum boasts the San Francisco Peaks as a backdrop. Pretty nice.