Sometimes you just hit it off. Almost from the minute I met Lee Anne and Glen to make wedding photos at Shoshone Point, I felt like we we’re meant to be friends. Lee Anne and Glen live in the Atlanta area. They got hitched in Sedona at City Hall and then made their way to the Grand Canyon where we took their wedding photos.
Kassidy and Raymond's wedding featured a dramatic desert landscape as a backdrop. And it was beautiful. Set between an ambling stream, giant saguaro cactus and horse pastures, the day was filled with emotion.
Emma and Sofia got married on a blustery day at Sky Ranch Lodge in Sedona. Sedona weddings are always a little magical regardless of the weather and Emma and Sofia's was no exception.
Nick and Alyssa got married in Washington D.C. Just the two of them. Small and intimate. So they threw a party to celebrate with friends and family in Tempe, Arizona. It was a big wedding celebration. Just minus the wedding ceremony.
Jessica and Dave invited their family and friends to celebrate their wedding with them in the Dominican Republic. And about 30 of them made the journey to Punta Cana for a week of good food, white sand beaches, music, swimming pools, dancing, golf and relaxation at the Hard Rock Resort and Casino! Oh, and and I got to tag along for a few days to document the party!
Christin and Jeremiah got hitched at Shoshone Point on the south rim of the Grand Canyon. It’s an epic spot and Christin wanted some epic photos of her wedding day. So that’s what we did!
Shelby and Brian got married under dramatic Sedona skies towards the end of April. You never know how a spring wedding in northern Arizona will turn out weather-wise but it was a perfect, beautiful (slightly chilly) day!
Simple weddings are really magical. No first dance. No bouquet toss. No toasts. These traditions all have a time and place. But for some folks it makes sense to strip that all away and get down to the very essence of a wedding day.