Something Blue Wedding Photography

Heritage Highlands is the location of our next stop. If you want green grass and waterfalls in Tucson, this is the place for you. Jessica was inspired by Pinterest and a little vintage-shabby chic style. One of my favorite decorating styles. She cleverly placed old doors, windows and decanters all around the foyer. Jessica surprised her guest by writing out the seating chart on the window panes. So cute!!!

Jessica’s ring and the handkerchief you see on the stem of her flowers were from her grandmother. Her garter was given to her by her uncle when she was 10 and he has since passed away. I love these special details.

Her colors were a lovely shade of green and you will see it coordinated in the flowers, flower girl and throughout the reception.

The ceremony faces the desert and blue skies beyond.  It’s a very lovely view.

Handmade fans with the ceremony details sat upon each seat. Each guest was given a sweet succulent potted plant. Each table number reflected a special time in the couple’s life. Example: 26th= was their first date, 73 = the number of satin buttons on her dress, 2= the number of children they want to have, or 22= the number of weeks it took to plan their amazing wedding. What a cute detail.

This knockout delectable was created by Sweet Creations at  The stunning tablescapes and linens were brought to you by Celebrations by Sylvia at

What an amazing day.  Hope you enjoyed this beautiful day in Jessica and Chris’s Lives.

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