Something Blue Wedding Photography

Are you ready to fall in love and be ahhh-mazed.  We did and you will too! Lyndsey and Jordan planned their vintage romantic dream wedding at the Historic Stillwell House in downtown Tucson, Arizona.  The details and special touches are
nothing short of mind blowingly dreamy. Stillwell house has the sweetest courtyard garden setting for weddings.

Their story is pretty sweet.  They were actually introduced to each other by their families.  The mom’s were friends first and had
plans to introduced these two kids.  They decided to do family camping trip together and the two were aquainted.  It did not take
long for love to bloom.  Although it did take 10 years of dating for this day to arrive.

Lyndsey went above and beyond.  For exampl the table numbers.  She designed and laser cut each number, then  placed
vintage lace between the two pieces of wood. Lyndsey then went to second hand stores and bought old chairs.  She cut off the legs of
the chairs, painted them and they became the stand that each table number is perched on.  Lace and brooches finished off the mason
jars and filled with romantic whisps of flowers.

Lyndsey requested family members to send her brooches and jewelry.  This collection of personal jewels became her
bouquet.  OH MY that is an amazing and cherished heirloom.

The ladies began their day at Royal Elizabeth in Downtown Tucson.  What a lovely and historic place.  It was beautifully
and lovingly restored with so many period pieces.  It fit perfect with Lyndsey’s vision.

The first image here is of Lyndsey’s garter.  She found this vintage garter that had a holster and miniature gun.  Wait till you
see her reaction with it during the garter removal.

Each of the ladies had a style of their own for the bridesmaids dress.  The mixed textiles and patterns were such a charming touch.

Florist: Mayfield Florist

Cake: Village Bakehouse

DJ: Eclectic Sound Escape – Ben Barta

The groomsmen love playing craps.  So they had to play a little back alley underground craps on a piece of cardboard they found walking
around.  Priceless.

Lindsey created a one-of-a kind wine and Jordan brewed his signature beer.  Both were on hand for guests to taste throughout the night.

When Lyndsey saw the cake created by Village Bakehouse, she stepped back and winced that she had to cut such a magnificent masterpiece.  But when she tasted it, she was happy she did.  The wooden B crowning this beautiful cake was also laser cut  and created by Lyndsey.

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