October 27, 2018

Josie + Tyson | Palobrea Summit Wedding

Last weekend I had the privilege and honor of photographing Josie + Tyson’s Palobrea Summit Wedding in Queen Creek, AZ. The day could not have been more beautiful. We had been experiencing some rainy days, so we were so glad the forecast was partly cloudy with no rain. Palobrea Summit is an intimate, backyard style venue. It was so relaxed and cozy. The space was perfect for their guests, complete with bistro lighting, and an awesome dance floor. Every detail was perfectly placed and personalized to their taste.

This past Spring, I photographed Josie’s brothers wedding, so I had worked with her family before. I was so excited for their wedding to come, so that I could party with all of them again. It makes my job so much more enjoyable when I’ve already worked with them before. Josie + Tyson are the modern day Brady bunch family. Josie came into their relationship with 5 of her own children and Tyson with 4 of his. Together they have 9 beautiful children and now they are officially one big family!!

Across the street from the venue was a gorgeous desert landscape with a view of the beautiful San Tan Mountains. I loved being able to take their family and couple portraits there. The view was absolutely breathtaking and just added another element of beauty to their special day.

Josie + Tyson: 

Thank you both so much for trusting me to photograph the most important day of your lives. I truly hope you love these photos and look back at these memories and remember what an amazing day it was. It’s been an absolute pleasure getting to know you both and I’m so excited for your journey to continue as you enter into marriage. I can’t wait to keep in touch and hear what’s new with you both. Always make time to keep dating each other, looking for ways to be romantic and serve one another. I wish you both the best of luck in all you do and love you both!!









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