Arizona Real Weddings
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Danielle and Billy
Venue: Superstition Springs Golf Course
Officiant: Mark Faul
Photographer and Videographer: Still Life Studios
Wedding Gown: David's Bridal
Tuxedos: Nick's Menswear
Bridesmaids Gowns: David's Bridal
Wedding Cake: Piece of Cake Desserts
DJ: AZ Celebrity DJs
Hair stylist: Chenda Nhek from the Edge Salon.
How did he propose?: Billy and I met when we were both engineering students at ASU. We met through a club on campus called Engineers Without Borders. Billy proposed on the top of Picket Post mountain. A hike we have done every spring since we started dating.
Were you happy with the venue?: I was so happy I chose to have my wedding at Superstition Springs Golf Course (SSGC). Not only was the venue beautiful, the food good, and the wedding coordinator very helpful, but it was also offered packages to make wedding planning much easier. Using the vendors included in SSGC wedding package made working and coordinating with vendors much less stressful All of my big vendors (photography, DJ, flowers, and cake) were not only very good quality but had a lot of experience working with SSGC making the day run really smoothly.
Describe the theme or color scheme of your wedding, and what you chose for your table setting at the reception: Our color scheme was orange and light turquoise. We chose this these colors because they were fun and spring-y. Billy was a big supporter of the colors because they were essentially blue and orange--Broncos colors. The center pieces had the same light and fun feel as the colors. They all differed. Common elements were orange and white flowers, white wicker baskets, and even tangerines.
What piece of advice would you give other couples planning their big day? With both of us being engineers, our wedding was planned on spreadsheets, budgets, and checks lists. Although our planning techniques were a little extreme, staying organized really helped to make sure we were committing our budget to the things we thought would make our day the most special. Doing one or two things each week helped make the planning process less stressful and allowed us to being completely engaged in our big day and not need to sweat the little things.