As a Phoenix Wedding Photographer, desert wedding days can be wild. And they hardly ever go as planned. For example, maybe you get stung by a scorpion on your foot while setting up for the ceremony. Or maybe the wedding cake melts in the car on the way to the venue (thank you 113 degree Phoenix weather). And sometimes there’s a global pandemic happening and you end up having to change wedding plans multiple times (ok, this isn’t a desert wedding thing but, you get it).
But at the end of the day, everything turns out perfect. Maybe you end up walking down the aisle barefoot because your toe still hurt from that sting, but you’re still walking down the aisle. You make a joke that your cake got taken out by a TIE fighter (Thank God your husband is a Star Wars fan). You end up getting married in your best friend’s back yard, which is so much more special than any other wedding venue you thought about. And at the end of the night, you celebrate by having your entire wedding party jumps in the pool.
They may not have been what you imagined, but these are the memories that will last forever. Wedding days are never what you plan them to be. They are always better than you could have ever imagined.
What I love about being a Phoenix Wedding Photographer
Hey there! I’m so happy to chat about why I love being a Seattle and Phoenix Wedding Photographer! One, you’ve gotta take a peek at Veronica and Jake’s wedding in this post, so much fun! A big reason why I love being able to frequent both states is because their “off seasons” are polar opposite! So while in Washington most weddings happen between late spring and early fall, in Arizona they start in the fall and go to late spring! It’s perfect to be able to go between and I’m so happy to say I’m a Phoenix Wedding Photographer now too!
If you loved the look of my images as a Phoenix Wedding Photographer, reach out to me. I would love for you to check out these two and their engagement session I did earlier this year, it’s the cutest ever! <3 CLICK HERE TO SEE VERONICA + JAKES ENGAGEMENT.