Arizona Real Weddings
Kenna and Brandon
Venue: Agave of Sedona Wedding and Event Center
Officiant: George Alt
Photographer: Sierra Blanco Photography (Tina and Kevin)
Florist: Mountain High Flowers (Jana)
Wedding Gown: San Patrick Couture from the 2015 Glamor Collection
Bridesmaids Gowns: Dessy Group in Larkspur
Caterer: REDS at Sedona Rouge (Amy Sue)
Wedding Cake: Sedona Sweet Arts (Donna Joy)
Transportation: Sedona Trollies
DJ: Sedona Sounds (Bobby)
Live band/musician: Oman Ken Music (Harp and flute)
Hair stylist: Sedona Beauty Team (Gretchen)
Professional makeup: Sedona Beauty Team (Liz)
Draping and Lighting Décor: Talk of the Town Events (Samyo)
How did you two meet or how did he propose?:
We met in college at a “Red Light” party. Red means taken, yellow dating, green single (The green shirt was an easy conversation starter J). Over Christmas break, we planned to go to the Grand Canyon. At 4:00am he woke me up and said he couldn’t sleep and wanted to watch the sunrise. Luckily, I was fine with it as he bribed me with my favorite coffee shop. He had picked out a spot along the rim and asked just as the sun was coming up.
Were you happy with the venue?:
Absolutely! Agave is the perfect location and Wendy is super easy to work with. They have incredible views, a huge patio with a fountain, and a downstairs area outside that we made into the “Cigar lounge”. Additionally, the lighting inside the ballroom is specifically laid out to light up your centerpieces. The flow was great and everyone could see each event of the night.
Describe the theme or color scheme of your wedding, and what you chose for your table setting at the reception:
I really wanted a soft, romantic feel with a hint of fun. Our tablecloths were satin champagne pink, with French blue napkins, and gold-rimmed plating and gold silverware. Outside on the patio, I flipped it and had the cocktail tables French blue and sashes a light pink. The centerpiece flowers were shades of pink roses and white orchards. For the fun, I used wine stoppers with guest’s images in them as place card holders and each table was named after something meaningful to my fiancé and I.
What piece of advice would you give other brides planning their big day?:
It’s cliché but take a moment to yourself and take it all in. You’ve spent months planning and it’s amazing to see all your hard work and ideas come together. Lastly, I didn’t get a videographer and now wish I had since it goes by so fast you tend to miss things. ENJOY and CONGRATS!