Friday, October 30, 2009

With some 90% of our weddings created for wonderful "out of town" brides, it was such fun to create a wedding for a "local" Sedona bride, this September, 2009. The Teubner family were a joy to work for and when it was over...we just didn't want to let go! Luckily...we still have them here to visit.
The crisp white on ivory reception was held at the beautiful Agave Ballroom. What could be more elegant, cool and refreshing for a mid summer wedding in Sedona? We loved the simplicity of fresh gardenias (a real treat in Arizona), floating in a pool of cool aqua colored stones. Rosalie's of Sedona provided the gorgeous BBJ Linens, with their signature chair ties!

The bride's bouquet was created with ivory roses, alstromeria, carnations and spray roses. Even though it was a hot summer day, the bride, and her all white and ivory bouquet, looked cool and beautiful.

The ceremony was held at the Sedona Historical Museum. This is the original apple packing barn of Sedona. Suzanne Loo McCoy officiated the wedding inside the old barn, surrounded by all of the original apple processing machinery. A huge monsoon storm brewed outside, with lightning and lots of thunder, but the guests were safe inside the barn. Jenni Goldman, of Jenni Goldman Photography, was their incredible photographer.

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