This wedding took place in wine country Napa Valley, CA. It’s a little piece of heaven on earth where fine wine is constantly flowing, and weddings means outdoor dinner parties with good food. See How a Fall Garden Wedding is Perfectly Done Ivy and Keith call New York City home but decided on a destination wedding in California’s wine country. And really, can you blame them? It’s a little slice of heaven on earth where the vino is always flowing, and weddings equal al fresco dinner parties with food from vendors like… See more at Style Me Pretty It’s that time of the Find Out More
We might love all things minimal, modern and ultra cool around here, but that doesn’t mean we’re not head over heels for weddings that are unashamedly romantic, super feminine and hopelessly pretty too. And today’s shoot is not only all of the above, but it’s got lots of meaning behind it too. Photographed so beautifully by Emi Fuji Photography and co-ordinated by Weddings by Katlin, this garden wedding inspiration celebrates a couple’s love and how it grows over the years. Laced with flowers, pink hues, gorgeous styling, and a touch of geometric detailing to give it a modern twist, this is one for the Find Out More
If you’re planning a destination wedding in our northern neighbor – or if you’re Canadian and planning a hometown big day – get ready for some luscious lakeside inspiration. Tessa and Tyrell met as staff members at Camp Firwood in Bellingham, WA, and they tried unsuccessfully to keep the relationship from getting too serious due to all the family ties at the camp. Bride Tessa told us, “Since we both have lots of family that has worked at Firwood, our first conversation was about how we could never get married – otherwise all of the Camp Firwood staff would Find Out More
Sedona has so many awesome and breathtakingly beautiful wedding venues. Some are easily accessible while others are accessed by a short hike, a bit of a climb or even a Jeep ride! Wherever you are the red rocks are magnificent and the vistas provide a fabulous backdrop for your wedding ceremony. The most popular wedding site by far is Red Rock Crossing. This is located right on Oak Creek with a magnificent view of Cathedral Rock. In fact, this is the second most photographed location in Arizona after the Grand Canyon. Red Rock Crossing is one of Sedona’s vortexes. As a magnetic Find Out More
We’ve seen lots of kisses over the years, but this one is sure to be a classic. It looks like something out of a romance novel! Mary Ann Bekris had this to say about her amazing Sedona wedding where we captured this passionately romantic kiss in Oak Creek. My fiance and I were heading to Sedona for vacation…and 5 weeks before the vacation, he asked me to marry him in Sedona. We made a phone call to Sedona Destination Weddings and were happily greeted by Patricia, who along with Iala made our wedding plans stress free and took care of Find Out More
Flash back to September 22: Superman married his Lois Lane or Miss Lille at Airport Vortex. It was the Fall Equinox and a powerful day and a powerful ceremony. They chose from our Sedona Wedding Packages. It was a two-day, never-to-be-forgotten event. Lille and Superman went out onto the vortexes with Akal and had a chance to really connect with the energies have a transformational experience. Together they chose the wedding site that they both Superman and Lille resonated with. The wedding day was very intense–everything from sunshine to hail! I was not worried a bit. I knew that the Find Out More
Sugar Loaf is one of the popular Sedona wedding venues and is one of those sweet local spots you love to visit. It’s one of those popular places to get married in Sedona. Not many visitors find it or even know how very special Sugar Loaf is. It’s known as the very heart center of the Americas. An unassuming little knoll in the middle of West Sedona, it has wonderful views of Thunder Mountain and Coffee Pot. It’s a fabulous wedding site at sunset. The light on the scenery is amazing and you are up close and personal with some beautiful red tones. Find Out More
Bell Rock is a well known Sedona monument–both because of its distinctive bell shape and its powerful vortex energies. As such, it is one of the top five wedding sites in Sedona. It also has great views of the valley in front of it, with Courthouse beside it, and Twin Buttes and Cathedral in the distance. Bell Rock is a male vortex site with very electric energy. We call it “Pa Bell” because it gives you a direct line to the Creator! It’s a great place to send up your prayers and intentions for your marriage as the vortex acts Find Out More
Airport Mesa Vortex is perfect for small weddings Airport Vortex is one of my all time favorite Sedona wedding venues on the planet. This vortex has such powerful and transformational energy. This is an electric/magnetic vortex. That means it is balanced between male and female. This wedding couple chose our Sacred Sedona Wedding Package to fulfill their dream wedding. This is a two-day event. On day one, the bride and groom went on a powerful vortex tour with our Shaman, Akal. He took them out to many of the weddings sites, helped them access the energies and prepared them for Find Out More
This little angel was a sweet addition to one Sedona wedding. She patiently waited with the rings around her neck until just the right moment. When I called her to come, she pranced up to the altar bearing the rings. She brought a smile to all our hearts and a special touch of love to the ceremony. Your Sedona wedding party comes in all shapes and sizes and species. This wedding took place at Airport Vortex. It was an elopement on the coldest day that Sedona has experienced in many years. This lovely young couple were determined that that was Find Out More
This is the view of Cathedral Rock from Airport Vortex. I love Airport Vortex for small, intimate elopements. Especially on a quiet weekday morning. Chances are we will have it all to our selves. A view of Cathedral like this in your wedding album is priceless. Wherever you go in Sedona, there are amazing red rock backdrops. Each day and every hour of the day is unique. You never capture the same photo twice. The light, the clouds, the shadows reveal new aspects of the rocks in every moment. Sedona is a very photogenic lady. Truly a photographer’s paradise and Find Out More
Outdoor weddings hold unique charms. Sedona weddings do, as well. Combine the two — Sedona outdoor weddings — and you have an incredible start to your new life together. My favorite reason for having your Sedona wedding in an outdoor venue is simple — connecting to nature while celebrating your love. The natural world is always growing and renewing — a perfect reflection of your new future as husband and wife. Just as is so often quoted in respect to the wedding couple, nature also is not petty, does not hold grudges, and is always in a process of change and growth. Another Find Out More
Red Rock Crossing is a beautiful wedding location in the early morning hours. The place is quiet. You might have some ducks swim by or a heron fly overhead. And once a horse came down to the water to drink. Cathedral Rock at Red Rock Cossing is the second most photographed spot in Arizona after the Grand Canyon. The morning hours here hold a special charm–calm, quiet, deserted. This is when Sedona’s magic really shines. Cathedral stands tall and majestic above you and shimmers in the water below you. Our beautiful Sedona bride seems to be in bliss. Soaking up Find Out More
This very beautiful Sedona, Arizona bride looks like a water maiden! In the summertime, early morning weddings along the banks of lush Oak Creek are cool and full of summer sparkle. Giant cottonwoods reflect in the water’s surface and the temperature is perfect. This wedding took place at Red Rock Crossing. This is a popular wedding site and one of the top 5 wedding locations in Sedona. All times of the day are magical and the mix of red rock buttes and cool green water make for an otherworldly backdrop for your special day.
Take: Desert sunset World famous Cathedral Rock at Red Rock Crossing Stunning bride Gorgeous dress Mix together with love and tenderness, humor and joy and you have the perfect recipe for a fabulous, unforgettable, romantic and magical Sedona Destination Wedding! This truly was a day that this bride will remember and cherish for a lifetime.
Madonna Rock is one of Sedona’s incredible landmarks. Madonna Rock is located at the far side of Twin Buttes. She is enfolded by the Pinnacles known as The Three Sisters or the Nuns. She watches over the Chapel built on the rocks. Madonna holds her Beloved Child and looks out over a wondrous landscape that includes Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte, and Cathedral Rock. Her beauty is breathtaking. Madonna rises up over Chapel Trail. This is one of our very favorite wedding sites. It is a large red rock platform under Madonna reached by a 15-minute moderate hike. The area is Find Out More