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Phoenix Elopement at Wickenburg Ranch

Jen & Ben traveled from Montana to Phoenix for their Elopement at Wickenburg Ranch. This was the loveliest intimate wedding and a great example of how truly beautiful weddings can be even after having to pivot during the pandemic.

We absolutely love the soft blue and simple details that Jen chose! Having an elopement or intimate wedding does not mean you have to skimp on any details. Actually, you can pay even more attention to them as there is less to plan! Jen did such a lovely job planning this day.

Phoenix elopement at Wickenburg Ranch Golf Club
the bride getting ready
Phoenix elopement at Wickenburg Ranch Golf Club
the bride, her mom, and ger grandmother share a toast

Their Phoenix elopement was attended by just their parents and grandparents, which we know probably was not what they dreamed of, but they made the best of it! By having such a small group, there were some really precious memories made.

mother of the bride, grandmother of the bride, and bride with their rings
Phoenix elopement at Wickenburg Ranch Golf Club
Phoenix elopement at Wickenburg Ranch Golf Club
the brides bouquet for her phoenix elopement
a full length shot of the bride in her wedding attire
the groom sees the bride for the first time
the bride and groom hug
Phoenix elopement at Wickenburg Ranch Golf Club
the mother of the bride reads a letter during the ceremony

During their ceremony, Jen & Ben’s parents read letters that were written by friends and family members who were unable to attend. This is SUCH a sweet idea and added so much to their day!

the mother of the groom reads a letter during the ceremony
Phoenix elopement at Wickenburg Ranch Golf Club
Phoenix elopement at Wickenburg Ranch Golf Club
Exchanging vows during the ceremony
the bride's grandmother holds her wedding ring
the bride and groom exchange rings during their ceremony
the bride and groom share their first kiss

They were also able to include their siblings into their family via Zoom, the real MVP of the year! As much as we wish everyone could have their loved ones with them on their wedding day, we are thankful that technology has given so many the opportunity to participate when they otherwise wouldn’t have been able to.

the bride and groom talk with their siblings on zoom after their phoenix elopement ceremony
the bride and her parents share a champagne toast
photos of the bride's hair- a low pontytail updo
the bride and groom share a moment with their foreheads together
the groom kisses the bride on the cheek after their elopement
photos of the bride and groom with their arms wrapped around each other
Photos of the bride and groom at their elopement

A twirl is NEVER a bad idea!

A couple spins in their wedding attire

If you’re interested in chatting with us about your elopement or small intimate wedding, we have special packages for these days! Click here to get in touch!

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Every detail of their wedding was soft and romantic, from the soft and airy peach and patina color pallet, to the vintage and personal touches at every turn, their day was as beautiful as Aimee, Erik, and their love.

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