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.
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…
This backyard labor of love wedding is darkly beautiful with rich reds (in hair, clothes, and decor!), an awesome handmade feast, and a courtyard ceremony full of tears and handwritten vows. You’ll love the long red gown and kilt/boots combo(!) on these brides. Don’t miss the sweet serenade during the reception!
The Roosevelt Row Arts District in Phoenix, Arizona was the backdrop to this street art meets tattoos Roosevelt Row wedding inspiration shoot. It’s a bit of a creative haunt for street artists and this gave us a killer view to admire with all the glam up front.
Carrie and her husband didn’t get a chance to snag any great photography at their own wedding, so they used this shoot to really take advantage of some gorgeously-styled portraits.
Megan and Ian were married in Scottsdale, Arizona in the lush green park at the Scottsdale Civic Center. After their sweet ceremony, they rocked out, sang, and danced among tons of gold-painted dinosaurs, brightly colored streamers, and inflatable dinos. Their guests enjoyed 100+ pie flavors, open karaoke, and all the gold sparkly dinosaurs you could ever want. As their hashtag hinted (#classydinosaurwedding), this was most definitely a classy dinosaur wedding of awesome.
This pair got married in an old mill in Gilbert in a very family-friendly event. The groom’s family, being from Oklahoma, inspired them to have a country vibe influenced by glamorous touches. You’ll love the Dragon Ball Z reference, the Southern-style food, the bride’s gorgeous fascinator, the rustic decor, and of course, the mash-tini bar!