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A dark & chic Horseshoe Bend elopement at the edge of the world

Jill and Bryan drove with Jill's two young children 28 hours from Chicago to Arizona to elope at Horseshoe Bend. Before the ceremony, the whole family hiked a slot canyon in their wedding attire, just to have the amazing experience and see the scenery. Jill opted to wear a beautiful black dress, and the whole family dressed to match in black with dark brown accents.

A fab desert New Year's Eve wedding

Kendra and Thomas had a crafty, musical, beer-filled wedding day in Tuscon with heirlooms galore and so many meaningful moments: "Our priorities for the wedding were good music, good photos, good beer, an open guest list so we could include all of our family and friends (and their kids!), vegetarian Mexican food, and a FUN PARTY. We also wanted our wedding to be authentically us. We wanted it to reflect who we are and celebrate the life we have built together and the future we will share…"

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A desert Winter Solstice wedding with herbs & a tea bar

With icy shades of silver and white, dotted with greenery, this gorgeous desert Winter Solstice wedding in Arizona was eco-friendly, full of the scents of fresh herbs, and delicious in its tea bar and gorgeous white cake. Plus, it was on the night of the Ursid's meteor shower!

Don't miss the stories of all the musical performances from this clearly talented family!

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Elegance overflows at this misty Halloween ballet wedding inspiration

This Halloween-themed spooky inspiration shoot was set in Payson, Arizona, where a fire had burned down the forest. Set in-between the trees, they staged a romantic Halloween ballet. There were horses (in skeleton costume!), a perfectly creepy and moody tablescape, mist in the trees, a tall and elegant black wedding cake, a stunning black tulle dress, and pops of blood-red and deep purple details and skulls.

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A Dia de los Muertos-themed Sedona wedding in the Arizona mountains

Molly and Chris are from Ohio and decided to have a destination wedding in Sedona, AZ. Their main goal was just to be married among family and friends without a lot of "hoopla," as they put it. A handful of the twenty or so guests invited helped set up the tent with traditional Mexican-themed decor such as sugar skulls, colorful flowers, and masks. In fact, all of the guests received masks as favors!

Let's explore this gorgeous Sedona wedding…