They wanted a bohemian beach wedding where they walk down the aisle barefoot. People enjoyed being barefoot so much that a lot of them stayed that way through the entire reception! This was a fun group! They loved to dance! And the guys did a photo replicating a Darth Vader move. God Save The Cuisine was an amazing food truck and they did a great job at getting the food cooked quickly. Mission Beach Women’s Club is a great venue for smaller weddings, close to the bay and an easy walk to the beach. Rachael from Just Taste It Catering did a fabulous job on all of the amazing little desserts. Scott from San Diego’s Favorite DJ kept the dance flooring rockin all night.
10 years ago, they got married on Cathedral Rock. They decided for their 10 year anniversary they would like to take family portraits at the exact same spot. I had a great time hiking up to the flat spot and just taking in the views when we were done. Check out the gorgeous views at their Sedona family portraits.
Gage’s mom thought it would be fun having a photo booth at their wedding. So she decided to surprise them with it! Jessica and Gage wanted a very simple photo strip with their funbooth photos. They had their Phoenix open air photo booth outside on the patio at Verrado Golf Club.
I met Jessica and Gage over 2 years ago. Gage was a marine and they didn’t want to get married until they knew that he couldn’t be deployed anymore. I loved getting to know this wonderfully nice couple over the past couple of years! The Wildflower AZ did an amazing job with the flowers and the bride’s head piece, they were gorgeous!! Shortly after the reception started, I looked outside and saw one of the most beautiful sunsets ever! I quickly asked if they wanted to go outside and I’m glad they did. The sky was on fire!! Chad from All American DJ always does a great job and keeps the dance floor hopping all night! Have a look at their Verrado wedding photography below.