Elizabeth & Michael
When I first met Michael and Elizabeth to talk about their wedding, one of the most important things to both of them was to capture all the cute and fun moments, not only of the bride and groom but all the family and friends too, the simple smiles, the friends having a good time. they wanted to have a great wedding day surrounded by their family and closest friends and just have fun! Well, I can attest that they did that and much more!
Elizabeth and Michael currently live in San Francisco, Elizabeth is from Phoenix and that is why they decided to have the wedding here at the Camelback Inn, a place that Elizabeth has always loved and has had some great family memories at, including her older brother’s wedding rehearsal dinner. Once Michael saw the place he too thought it was perfect for an outdoor ceremony and also great for all the friends and family to come a few days before the wedding, relax, hang out and spend time together.
The wedding was beautiful, the sun came out during the ceremony to shine on our happy couple and gave us some gorgeous light. Everywhere we turned there were smiles, they were contagious… I found myself smiling behind the camera.
Elizabeth was stunning and Michael did pretty good too. They make a great couple. At the end of the ceremony when they walked down the aisle together Michael said “it was the moment that the wedding went from this big event they’ve been planning for months and months to a real celebration”. For them It was great to see all their friends and family really coming together to celebrate their wedding day. And it was a celebration in Style, the dance floor was packed all night long, so much fun happening.
The one thing that was so hard to believe but after the fact they both agree on is that the day went by so fast! Everything went by so fast -They couldn’t believe it when it was over! People told them: “It goes by in a flash.” Now they can confirm, IT REALLY DOES!
Here are some of our favorite images from the day!
Congratulations Elizabeth and Michael!