This was my last wedding of the spring this year. It was an amazing Polish traditional wedding, with fantastic people, many of whom only spoke Polish. It ended with a stunning rain shower and epic rainbow in the red rocks of Sedona at the Chapel of the Holy Cross, and we were running around like little kids so excited for what we were seeing.
This was my last spring wedding in 2018 before heading out to chase storms for the next two months. And it was a heck of a way to finish. Had so much fun with Danielle and Kevin, their tiny little elopement with a few friends and family, and the food/drinks at the end of the night.
Not to mention rushing out for an epic sunset shoot as well. Hope you enjoy!
I love this wedding. Of course in the midst of a hectic wedding schedule, I forgot that I knew two people attending…a former couple Cassie and Jake, not to mention an epic wedding planner Amy Simon, were all there for Holly and Jake’s wedding up in Sedona at the stunning L’Auberge de Sedona. This was such a blast and also included monks and a surprise Mercedes as a gift for the bride.
I think sometimes my favorite weddings are the small, intimate gatherings where it’s just your best friends and close family. Nothing more, nothing less. The right amount of people who truly care for you and want to be there. Patrick and Hannah had that in Sedona at the Enchantment Resort.
I loved this day, I love how close Hannah and her dad were (of course I’m a sap for that) and I loved the stormy cloud, the fact we had to wait a bit for the rain but that it gave us incredible skies and gorgeous light.
Congrats you guys, I hope you enjoy these photos!
Being part Polish myself but knowing zero traditions from that country, I am pretty sure I’m missing out on some amazing things. Jennifer’s family is from Poland and I loved her mom’s accent! They decided to do a few things at the reception to stick to the old traditions, and one of them was dressing the bride up in an apron and handing her a rolling pin! And the groom got to wear a crazy hat and then they were tossed in chairs much like the Jewish hora dance.
Aside from all that though, Jennifer and Ryan were so great and how can you do better than to get married in gorgeous Sedona and Tlaquepaque?
Hope you enjoy these photos and thank you to Sara Nevels for helping me as always!