Lucas and Kimberly were married at Regency Garden in the historic downtown mesa! It was the perfect mix of Urban and Garden!
photos taken by: Justin Starr – Still Life Photographer
Steve and Felicia were married at the awesome industrial art gallery the Monorchid in Phoenix, There were so many cool details at their wedding, but my favorite was the burnt down building (seen below) We were escorted by phoenix’s finest during the cocktail hour and the shots just came out AMAZING!
Matt Wheeler – Still Life Photographer[blackbirdpie id="147013638895583232"]
Terrence and Makale were married this last week! Congrats you Newlyweds! They had the best music selection for the wedding than I have heard in a while! It was perfect timing with Terrance holding back tears seeing his bride for the first time with Bruno Mar’s: Just the Way You Are. being the soundtrack. It was such a touching ceremony and they had a outrageous reception! With an impromptu play on Grease and Terrance’s Spot on Michael Jackson Tribute. It was a P.A.R.T.Y for sure and I’m glad to have been a part of it!
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Bridget and Nate “We want to dance like that” Still Life Studios Photographers
Here are some really fun video highlights from one of my most favoritest couple I’ve had the privilege of filming, Ryan & Aggie! Apart from looking a lot like Ryan Reynolds and Eva Longoria, they made the perfect, fun-loving pair. Their wedding took place at the expansive Superstition Springs Golf Club complete with a Rolls Royce, golf carts (and some stray golfers), waterfalls, ‘tigers’, and maybe even a ‘cougar’ or two. At one point in the processional, Damon, the young fishing pole clad ring-bearer and his little escort ‘Magoo’, got lost along their way up the long and winding path to the ceremony site. And true to life, it was Magoo who grabbed Damon by the arm and yanked him into submission and back on the right track with him resisting all the way.
There was tons of laughter, great food, heartfelt toasts, and enjoyment had by all. And everybody really came to life on the dance floor later at the reception. There was some smooth dancing going on… Aggie was seriously busting a bunch of hot moves, and there were even claims that she’s an “animal on the dance floor” as well. Ryan was no slouch of a dancer either – right after the traditional first dances were over, there was a not-so-traditional first dance (and kiss, I might add) by the groom and his best friend-groomsman (and now cousin by marriage) that brought down the house. You gotta see it all to believe it.
Richard Talbot – Still Life Studios – “Your Lions and Tigers and Bears and Cougars, Oh My” Wedding Videographer
As the wedding photographer it’s not every day you wake up and eat breakfast burritos with the family. Ok, really, this has only happened at Ryan and Melissa’s wedding. The burritos were amazing by the way and I must say my bedhead hair was pretty awesome too!
Ryan and Melissa were married in Greer, AZ and it was beautiful. This wedding was probably the biggest small group of 25 people ever. They were partying, dancing, and celebrating. No one stopped. Grandma was a dancing maniac and quite the hottie as well. The group was small enough that I chit chatted and felt like I was part of the guest list, I didn’t dance too much so as not to be in the way but I think grandma thought I was a hottie! Just sayin …
Their were lots of special moments that day. The rain came and let up just for the ceremony. I thought the weather was quite cooperative Melissa’s Dad played a diddy on the sax while brother was jamming out on the clarinet. The toasts were intimate and personal. … The only requests I have is being invited to the next family function. Here are a few images of the day … and night …
Matt Wheeler – Still Life Studios – “Can I be part of the family?” Greer Arizona Wedding Photographer