Joe & Haely, Married! : Southern Arizona Wedding Photographer

What a delight it was to shoot Joe & Haely’s wedding!  I know,  I practically write all the time “they are so cute together” regarding the couples that I get to shoot.  It’s so true though and sometimes words escape me to adequately describe what I see when I am documenting their days so I will just let the images speak for themselves and I am sure you will agree “they are so cute together.”

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Loved this message Haely’s mom left for her on the bathroom mirror

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A hug from one of her big brothers

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Little brother getting ready in big boy clothes…awww!

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It was so sweet that Haely’s Daddy helped her getting ready.

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The handkerchief was from Haely’s Confirmation baby bonnet.  A couple of threads were snipped and it was her “something old” which she wrapped around her bouquet.

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Speaking of the bouquet…beautiful…

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…and so was Haely {swoon}

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Another thing I have written about on here is the First Look and how I love. love. love. when a Bride and Groom choose to see each other before the ceremony.  Believe me, it does not ruin any of the emotions or excitement that come with walking down the aisle (I think it enhances them) and you simply just can’t have a better experience than when the two of you are alone and can appreciate the importance of the day and what you are about to do.  You just can’t experience moments like these if you wait for the aisle to see each other.

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Even though Joe had arrived, Haely wasn’t quite ready to see him yet. Sweet!

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Married:)

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You know me, always happy with a good reflection shot.

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loved the creative dog-tag decorated cupcakes

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Thank you Joe & Haely!  Wishing you every happiness!  Thank you, Joe, for your service.

 

Meet the Vendors

Hair : Yvette Vega  t: (520)456-6638

Makeup : Arlene Glessner   t: (520) 255-4503   e: [email protected]

Chapel : Main Post Chapel, Fort Huachuca Arizona

Reception Site : Thunder Mountain Activity Center, Fort Huachuca Arizona

Entertainment : Satyr Entertainment

Videography :  Jesse Ruiz t: (520)220-2998

Flowers : Sierra Vista Flowers

 

 

 

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Allison Gunsch - June 14, 2011 - 10:18 am

I always love your pics, Mrs. Butterfield, and it’s so much more fun to look at them when I know the people! Congrats, Haely! You are so gorgeous and I hope you have a great life as a bride.

Beautiful wedding… Wish I was there!

deb gunsch - June 8, 2011 - 11:47 pm

So Cool! I’ve known Ms. Haeley since she was 11 or 12. You captured her smile and fun side so well…but it was so lovely to see her grown up. Been praying for this wedding for a while, and I’m so glad to see pics! Love the picture of them together with the flowers hanging down and the ribbons blowing into the wind.
Great work Maria!

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