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Their Story: Lindy and Jim at the Sanctuary Resort in Scottsdale

I have a real hard time not giggling when I think about Lindy.  Throughout the entire wedding planning process she would say the funniest things.  And then when I said goodbye to her at the end of the night she hugged me sooooooooo tight.  She said she missed me already.  I say this all the time, but I really do have the BEST brides.  I loved every minute of her wedding and planning.  So here is her super stylish wedding at the breathtaking Sanctuary Resort on Camelback Mountain.

The Shoes:

The Dress:

The Bouquet:

And The Beautiful Bride:

Loved this!

The First Look:

And this is why I love the First Look. So cute!

After the First Look:

Lindy’s Theme was Old World meet New, so we had a combo of really organic beauty and modern elegance:

Seriously, these two are adorable!

All the paper stuff mixed clean lines with romantic patterns.

The traditional arrangements also included pops of modern flowers.

The guest book:

Sadly, Lindy’s mother had passed away, so we put her picture next to a colorful arrangement and poem entitled, “The Brightest Flower of the All”.  It was a subtle way to honor her and how much she had influenced Lindy’s life.

The room was brought to life with a mixture of three different sized arrangements.  It created a real magical feel for her guests.  These are the low arrangements.

These are the high arrangements.

And of course we brought in some mood lighting.  It always makes the room feel more cozy.

Then the head table was a traditional feasting table for her family members.  The table was flanked with even higher arrangements and it was stunning.

Each menu had a poem on the back of it that was very meaningful to Jim and Lindy.  So we placed them so every other place setting had the poem faced upwards.  This poem was entitled “Soul Mate”.  Just perfect for the new Mrs. Fulton.

Watching the sunset before dinner and dancing…

Lindy and Jim actually danced with both her dad and his mom at the same time.  I love this trend.  It keeps the seat time for guests to a minimum and signifies the joining of two families.

The cake:

And then, of course, dancing the night away…

Congrats you two!  xoxoxo

Thank you to the following vendors for making their day so wonderful:

Victoria at the Sanctuary

Flora Europa

Jennifer Bowen Photography

Daniel Wagner Film

The Chadwicks

Miguel de Maria

Definitely Debra

Julia Baker Confections

Classic Party Rentals

Destiny’s Bride

Twirl Boutique

Mr. Formal

Glam Lounge

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