Sedona Wedding Studio Featured in Phoenix Bride And Groom Magazine

 

I do, a deaux!

This incredible photo shoot by Sedona Bride Photographers is featured in the gorgeous new issue of Phoenix Bride and Groom Magazine and website.  The Sedona Wedding Studio members behind this breathtaking Sedona wedding shoot are so pleased to have been able to partner with this important wedding industry publication and bring another side of Sedona to the attention of the many brides, industry professionals and fans who read Phoenix Bride and Groom Magazine for inspiration and information.

A planned Sedona elopement figuratively on top of the world offers an elegant setting for a private celebration designed especially for two.  Showcasing the glorious, panoramic 360-degree view atop Rachel’s Knoll, high above Seven Canyons Golf Club, Sedona’s past as a prehistoric seabed takes center stage.

The famous red rocks of Sedona were formed by iron oxide remaining from the ancient sea; visitors can still find remnants of sea life in the area.  It seems only fitting that shells and elegant neutral hues set the tone for this timeless story of love.

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Judi “J.B.” Bloomfield of Sedona Luxury Weddings & Events coordinated the day, while stylist Alisa Muhl provided detailing and on-site vignettes.  Photojournalists Andrew Mejia and Katrina Wallace captured every loving element of the ceremony, al fresco dinner and even some fun and games in this engaging setting.

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Phoenix Bride and Groom

Events by Show Stopper’s, Jim Bullock, designed the marriage gazebo with luxurious silvery champagne fabrics.  The top of the gazebo was garnished with a royal crown finial.

The Pronovias gown provided by Gigi Bridal Boutique in Tucson was a study in sophistication and elegance.

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A charming sea life chandelier hangs in the top of the intimate space, complete with playful seahorses and dangling white sea stars.

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Phoenix Bride and Groom

Marvelous hand-made flowers were used throughout the decorations. Show Stopper’s designer, Andres Barron, produced the flowers during a 4-day marathon.  Polished silvery white turbos, white sea stars, sea fans and ribbon flowers accented the tiebacks and were repeated as a garnish for the chair backs.

The bride carried an exquisite bouquet of ribbon flowers with a couture-embroidered handle sporting a rhinestone sea horse.  Show Stopper’s designer, Ken Heflin, fashioned the ribbon flowers, shells, sea-life, shellflowers and sprays of pearls into an exquisite couture masterpiece.  The groom wore a matching boutonniere that popped against his handsome brown tuxedo by A Tailor Tuxedo & Bridal Shop in Tucson.  Nectar Design provided the jewelry including a handmade melon shell necklace from the Santa Domingo Pueblo.  The earrings were a Navajo design of orange spiney oyster set in sterling silver.

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The bride’s hairpiece was fashioned by Andres from a delicate sea fan with a gold seahorse, pearl bubbles and a ribbon flower and worked perfectly with the model’s hairstyle by Patricia Vega.  Charming love messages in a bottle displayed on an old pier post added just the right touch.

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Once officially wed, the pair dined at the world’s most intimate table for two.  The exquisite tablecloth, provided by Wildflower Linen, featured abstract circles in beige, silver and mocha on a palette of shimmering champagne.  Fossilized sand dollars were placed in the centers of the circles for added dimension.

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The china, from Classic Party Rentals, was bone with gold trim.  The center of each plate was adorned with a delicate, lacy gold sea fan. An “easel” made of white sea stars standing back-to-back, anchored a hand-made sugar place card by Sedona Cake Couture. Stemware with gold rims and gold utensils finished the look.

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Phoenix Bride and Groom

No wedding would be complete without a sweet ending. In keeping with the trend of offering parting sweets to wedding guests, the couple enjoyed delicate French macarons displayed in large open shells.  The charming his-and-hers elopement cakes were created by Andrea Carusetta of Sedona Cake Couture.

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The couple enjoyed an impromptu game of shell tic-tax-toe surrounded by the gorgeous red rock views.

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After a tough day of shooting, the Sedona Wedding Studio team looked forward to eating the props.  Everyone had a great time and enjoyed the project while discussing the another shoot coming this summer.

In addition to these spectacular images by Sedona Bride, you can view a time-lapse video of the entire installation and day’s activities by Bobby Russell of Sedona Sounds DJ & Video.

THE SEDONA WEDDNG STUDIO PRODUCTION TEAM:

Location: 
The Club at Seven Canyons
Photography: 
Sedona Bride

Coordination: 
Sedona Luxury Weddings & Events

Floral Design and Decor: 
Events by Show Stoppers

Cake:
Sedona Cake Couture

Catering:
Seven Canyons Chef Joseph Wickham

Gown:
GiGi Bridal Boutique

Detail Stylist:
Alisa Muhl

Tuxedo:
A Tailor Tuxedo and Bridal Shop

Rentals and Tabletops: 
Classic Party Rentals

Linens: 
Wildflower Linens

Time Lapse Videography:
Sedona Sounds DJ & Video

Hair Styling and Makeup:
Patricia Vega

Jewelry:
Nectar Designs

Models:
Danielle and David of The Agency Arizona

 

 

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