March 31, 2021
This is my dear friend Jodi. She and Sean had been best friends for years before they were officially an item. He says he wanted to be more long-term before she did, but she did come around, haha! After he proposed, the overwhelming task of trying to plan a wedding kicked in so I offered to help her plan an elopement with just her four kids and parents. Because the elopement was happening on the ever popular 10-10-2020 date, I knew Sedona would be crazy busy so my husband, and I picked up her bridal bouquet from my friend @emilyburtonfloraldesign and went up ahead of time and scoped out a location that would work for their intimate ceremony. The leaves were starting to change and as always the Flagstaff/Sedona/Munds Park area provided a beautiful backdrop. After their ceremony, we took some family portraits and a few bride/groom portraits and then they headed to Cucina Rustica for dinner and then to the Hilton Bell Rock for a weekend stay. We planned to wake up the next morning at sunrise and beat the crowds and hit the Sedona backdrops for more portraits. They were great sports and I loved that we got such a variety of images for them.
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