Julia and Peter’s wedding was a classy, classy affair. And a ton of fun. When I first heard that the wedding party would be making their way from The Westin hotel to the Phoenix Art Museum via Ollie the Trolley…I knew it would be an awesome day! They had welcome packets for their out-of-town guests, so they could have some snacks, find some things to do, get to the venue and just enjoy their stay. There was a 17-person orchestra. At the end of the night…churros and pretzels with cheese sauce. Winning.
This was simply a beautiful event between two amazing people. Julia is starting a charter school! I mean…I have no idea the kind of work and effort involved in something like that, but I know it would take some serious dedication and passion. I cannot wait to see what these two accomplish in their lives together.
Many thanks to hand out here…especially to Jennifer at Outstanding Occasions for introducing me to Julia and Peter and recommending me! She seriously rocked this wedding, not to mention the three girls she had helping. Super fun to work with them! And of course to my buddy Jeff Ambrose for once again being a fantastic shooting partner and killing it as per usual.
But mainly to Peter and Julia for trusting me with their big day and being awesome clients. From dipping their toes in the water of Watson Lake for their engagement shoot to their first dance together…it was such at treat to get to know these two. I wish you both the best of luck![audio:http://www.mikeolbinski.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/02-Track-2.mp3|titles=Love Love Love|artists=Blaine Long|loop=yes]
Ceremony/Reception: Phoenix Art Museum
Chiavari Chairs: Us to U Rentals
Videography: Shoot Me Films
Band: Extreme Decibel Big Band
Sound: Affinity Sounds
Florist: Your Event Florist
Stationary: Idieh Design
Transportation: Ollie the Trolley
Hair: Tara Nolan
Officiant: Honorable Pat Norris
Makeup: Chantelle Burch
Cake: Honeymoon Sweets
Caterer: Fabulous Food
Linens: La Tavola Linens
Rentals: Cre8ive Event Rentals, INC
Out-of-town Accommodations: Westin Phoenix Downtown