March 26, 2015
Hey Y’all! I’ve been missing in action for a while, spending every free moment working on something BIG. And, while I won’t be able to share it with you for a few more days, I couldn’t wait to show you our first wedding of 2015! When I first met Lynn & Jay, I was SO excited about helping them plan their wedding. They were a couple after my own heart. More than beautiful flowers and silky linens, Lynn & Jay really wanted to plan an intimate wedding, to create a meaningful celebration and memories that would stand the test of time. They wanted to be surrounded only by their closest family and friends; people who would contribute to their life together. Of course, Lynn’s love of soft pink flowers didn’t hurt either!
A special thanks to Tina, the incredibly talented owner of Pure In Art Photography, for truly capturing this couple’s heartfelt day!
Thanks to Jara from Urban Stems, we were able to transform the couples’ wrought iron entry gate into an enchanting ceremony arch. It was so romantic!
Soft acoustic music by Hans Hutchison helped set the mood for their intimate wedding ceremony.
When Lynn found this unbelievable tea length champagne dress from BHLDN, she wasn’t sure that it was within their budget. So, Jay went online and ordered it while she was at work. How sweet is that?!?
The golden sunlight was so amazing,
Ambrosia of Tucson did a fantastic job creating a gluten free cake for the bride…and it was delicious!Congratulations, Lynn & Jay on your intimate wedding! We wish you a lifetime of happiness!
And thanks to the awesome team that made this pretty day a success!
Venue: The couples’ home // Wedding Planning & Design: Lindsay Bishop Events // Photography: Pure In Art Photography // Florals: Urban Stems // Ceremony Officiate: Sweetgrass Ceremonies // Ceremony musician: Hans Hutchison // Catering: Rincon Market // Cake: Ambrosia of Tucson // Rentals: Arizona Party Rental // Bride’s Dress: BHLDN // Hair: Crystal Crump, Twisted Salon // Makeup: Anne Weber