The Grand Canyon at sunset is something magical, and the evening of Julie and Jason’s ceremony was perfection. Together with their mothers and two daughters, this sweet couple exchanged their vows while overlooking some of the most magestic views in the world. This beautiful couple picked one of the most beautiful overlooks at the Grand Canyon, Shoshone Point. This was the first time at the Grand Canyon for the entire family and it couldn’t have been a more perfect evening. As Flagstaff and Sedona Photographers we are so lucky to get to go to some of the most beautiful places in the world. It’s evenings and families like this that makes our jobs so fulfilling! We wish you Julie and Jason a beautiful life! Congratulations!
We are Sedona wedding photographers, and because of that, we see some very spectacular beauty on a regular basis. But sometimes, Sedona surprises us with some of the some breathtaking sunsets we’ve ever seen. Janet and Omar choose the popular Merry Go Round Rock location for their intimate ceremony and on this particular summer day, the skies graced us with a gorgeous sunset like we’ve never seen before. The way the sun kissed the clouds before it dipped behind the horizon was just amazing. As the couple said their vows, the sky became more and more dramatic. It was a show like we’ve never seen before and we consider ourselves so lucky to have been there to witness such a sweet ceremony and the sunset all at once. Congrats Janet and Omar! We wish you a lifetime of love and happiness!
Location: Merry Go Round Rock
Flowers: Mountain High Floral
Photography: Tangled Lilac Photography
Wedding Gown: Mon Cheri
A few weeks ago we photographed Jenny & Joe’s wedding at the beautiful Boojum Tree in Phoenix. Their afternoon could not have been more perfect for this special couple. The day was relaxed and filled with laughter and fun with their closest family and friends. We wish all the best for Jenny, Joe and their sweet dog Sprout!
Ellie and Frank met online on a photography forum website. Frank commented on one of Elizabeth’s photos, “You live in a beautiful part of the world” and the rest is history. The two developed a friendship online, and when they finally met in person, they fell in love. Many trips across the pond, this couple’s relationship deepened and they knew they couldn’t live without the other. Their wedding at the Colton House in Flagstaff, AZ was heartfelt, sweet and sentimental. There wasn’t a dry eye in the house as they exchanged vows and we loved how much they were all adored by their family and friends. Congrats Elizabeth and Frank!
Marilla and Mitch are both avid rockcliimbers and wanted to have their ceremony on a beautiful overlook in Sedona where they love to climb. The couple planned for a small, intimate ceremomy so they could all make the one mile hike up the cliff to the ceremony place. However, they didn’t think it would snow and ice in Sedona. The day before the ceremony, the couple tried to ascend the mountain and quickly found out that the ice and snow was going to prohibit that location. So, they decided on the base of the trail instead, in a lovely meadown near Cockscomb Trailhead. We think it was the perfect place for them to join their lives together, with panaramic views of the mountains surrounding them. Congrats Marilla and Mitch! We are so excited for you both and wish you the best!
Craig and Suzeth were married at Riordian Mansion here in Flagstaff last Saturday. It was a perfect winter day here…sunny, and warm (well, for Flagstaff) Like most weddings, everything was running a little behind. While I was waiting, I got to meet many of the couples’s friends and family members and got to know a little bit more about this sweet couple. It was heart warming to hear of their committment to their faith, and how it guided their relationship. During the ceremony, the couple had communion. When Craig started crying, I almost couldn’t focus the camera because I was crying too. Congrats Suzeth and Craig! We wish you a lifetime of love and happiness!