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10
Apr
Great Find: Mixteka Music
categories: entertainment, Giveaways and Contests

In the wedding world, there seems to be 3 types of couples when it comes to music at their wedding and once you know which type you are, your chances of changing your mind are pretty slim. There are the band lovers, die-hard DJ fans, and the DIY’ers and while we are huge fans of the band or DJ route, we know that one way for couples to save on their wedding expenses (and truly customize their entertainment) is to handle the music on their own.

If you identify with the DIY music crowd, then Mixteka is a wedding music solution that you’ll want to know about.

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So what is it? Simply put, Mixteka is a wedding music solution that allows you to invite friends to recommend music, create your own completely custom wedding music list, and play your music selections (and pre-recorded announcements if you choose to use them) at your wedding with just the click of a button on Mixteka’s device. This is such a great option because it frees up your phone and other mobile devices for selfies and videos!

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I received a demo of the product and it was really easy to use, had all kinds of custom options, and was a great way to streamline the music/entertainment process. If you’re a DIY kind of couple and don’t want any glitches, dead iPods, or empty “airtime”, then Mixteka is a music solution that will keep your guests dancing all night!

Are you engaged to be married in Arizona? Then enter our giveaway! Mixteka is offering one engaged couple a complete, all-inclusive wedding package valued at $149. Complete our quick submission form {http://phoenixbrideandgroom.com/giveaways_newsletter.php} by April 30, 2015 to be entered to win.

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2
Sep
Real Arizona Wedding: Danielle and Sean’s Bright Summer Wedding
categories: cakes and sweets, favor and gift ideas, floral inspiration, real weddings, Wedding Inspiration

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Photographer: Elyse Hall Photography

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When we received images from Danielle and Sean’s wedding, we were first struck by the bright and beautiful color palette but then saw the couple and knew it was meant for our blog. Danielle and Sean were friends for many years before their relationship took a romantic turn and you can see in their photos how easy their love is.

Even better, they seem to know exactly what to focus on: Most importantly, on our wedding day, Sean and I always kept in mind that the marriage is what matters! That was our focus throughout the day and it helped any little mishaps that may have occurred to go more smoothly. I will always look back on our wedding day with great memories but it was just the beginning, life really has just gotten better and better!

Danielle describes the wedding day as classic, summery, & fresh (we couldn’t agree more!)

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Phoenix Bride and Groom_Real wedding_Arizona_Elyse Hall Photography_coral_garden wedding (7) Coral is very popular for weddings right now- its bright and rich tone pairs nicely with so many other colors and really adds a fresh pop of color to any decor- but Danielle wanted to design a day that wasn’t too trendy so she included classic elements like gold and white with greenery for a distinct summery vibe. Phoenix Bride and Groom_Real wedding_Arizona_Elyse Hall Photography_coral_garden wedding (8) Phoenix Bride and Groom_Real wedding_Arizona_Elyse Hall Photography_coral_garden wedding (9) You’ll never believe it but many of the decor items for the wedding are DIY! Danielle tells us: The handmade items were made by my mom…she created popcorn boxes, bridesmaids kits, sign-in-sheets, etc. We really did a lot of “do it yourself” projects to make the day unique!

Most astonishing is that Danielle’s dress was made by her mother! Danielle sketched the dress, her mother purchased the lace from France, and Danielle tried it on for the first time a few weeks before the wedding.

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Congratulations Danielle and Sean and thank you for sharing your wedding day with us!

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6
May
Real Arizona Wedding: Jeannette and Shane’s Travel Themed Wedding
categories: destination weddings and honeymoons, favor and gift ideas, floral inspiration, for your ceremony, from the consultants, real weddings, reception ideas, Wedding Inspiration

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Event coordinator: Sterling Weddings & Events :: Rentals: Classic Party Rentals 

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Location: Foxboro Ranch Estates :: Photographer: Tangled Lilac Photography :: Florist: Petals and Lucy  :: Videography: Flagstaff Wedding Video :: Catering: Fresh from the Kitchen :: Entertainment: Sounds Good Entertainment :: Invitations: Zazzle :: Gown: Lillian Lottie Couture :: Suit: Dillards :: Hair & Makeup: Salon Bliss at 619 :: Officiant: Bob Sizelove

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Jeannette and Shane are avid travelers so their “Rustic Travel” theme was a no-brainer. They chose a palette of orange, green and white for the Northern Arizona ranch wedding and the result is simply perfect- no detail was overlooked and each design piece was executed perfectly. But what do we REALLY love about this couple? Their passion. Their sense of adventure. And their genuine thoughtfulness towards each other.

Many of the wedding day details were centered around the couple’s love of travel- Jeannette’s gift to Shane was a set of cufflinks with maps depicting where Shane proposed to Jeannette and where they got married (plus there was a surprise gift to him- see the first look to find out what it is!); their invitations were designed with a telegraph in mind and even their escort cards, signature cocktails, and centerpieces were travel themed!

3 Words: Vintage, romantic, personal

 

Jeannette’s gown was so perfect for her. She explains how it became “the one”: I wanted something that was elegant with a touch of vintage…I loved the open back and all the bead work.

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Her bouquet of orange dahlias, orange asiatic lilies, orange ranunculus, white lisianthus, scabiosa pods, orange calla lily, viburnum berries, camellia leaves and green parrot tulips was just gorgeous!

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Favorite Memory:our first look and having that intimate time together before the ceremony

Best Gift EVER: The car is a 1968 Camaro and is very cool! It also has a very sentimental meaning. Shane’s father purchased the car for him when he was 15. It was a shell at the time and it was a project that they worked on together- it took them 4 years to restore it. Sadly, Shane’s father passed away shortly after. Shane shipped the car from NY to AZ and it has been sitting in our garage since it needed a new engine. I thought it would be amazing to use it for our wedding as a way to honor the memory of his dad and surprising him with a new engine for his car was the best grooms gift ever!

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Jeannette and Shane do not shy away from a challenge- almost all of the details were DIY! Jeannette tells us: Together we planned every aspect of our wedding and made all the decor, I have to say my groom rocked at crafts! Haha. However, executing it all would not have been possible without our amazing wedding planner Care Schmidt from Sterling Weddings and Events…

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Their bridal party consisted of 6 little ones all under the age of 6- too cute, right?

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More from the bride about their ambitious DIY projects: We made world globes that we used as centerpieces, instead of having numbers for the tables we named each table with a city we have traveled to. We made the dessert wood name cards, menu cards, remembrance shutter for our passed loved ones, flower vases, banners, ring box. And we used old suitcases from our grandparents as card holders and decor.

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Flower arrangements included lilies, succulents, orange dahlias, loose seasonal blooms with berries, and ranunculus; centerpieces incorporated globes and mason jars customized with photos of the couple’s adventures and family.

Guests enjoyed a feast of  feta and caramelized onion tarts and chili-lime chicken kabobs with cilantro cream during cocktail hour and a buffet of peppercorn roast beef, grilled marinated chicken, three cheese tortellini with roasted bell pepper sauce, au gratin potatoes and sugar snap peas for dinner.Phoenix Bride and Groom_Arizona Wedding Magazine_Tangled Lilac Photography_Northern Arizona_Real Wedding_orange_green_travel theme (15)

With so many children attending, the couple chose to incorporate kid-friendly touches such as a fun candy bar and chalkboards with chalk for doodling; the photobooth and silly props ensured all guests would enjoy hamming it up!

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There was a TON of sugar at the wedding reception- the miniature dessert table included New York style cheesecake cones dipped in chocolate, caramel apple streusel tart, canoli, chocolate chip cookie sandwiches, and red velvet cream cheese cupcakes; Jeannette designed the cupcake wrappers herself!

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Mini milk jars and doughnuts were given out at the end of the night- such a yummy way to end the evening!

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Congratulations Jeannette and Shane and thank you for sharing your day (and adventures) with us!

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20
Aug
Real Arizona Wedding: Rob and Kristin at Arizona Biltmore
categories: fabulous reception sites, real weddings, reception ideas, Wedding Inspiration

Kristin and Rob wed at the historic Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix where the building itself was an inspiration for the wedding decor. Kristin is a professional designer and knew the Pantone “color of the year” was Tangerine Tango and part of what they love about the Biltmore is the unique grey block, so the color scheme of grey, tangerine, and ivory emerged.

The Arizona Biltmore was also a perfect fit for the large number of out of town guests- the couple wanted them to experience some Arizona history, their love for the desert, and their passion for architecture. So exactly 4 years after their first kiss, Kristin and Rob said “I Do”!

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I really love the bright orange that was included throughout the wedding details- it makes it all so happy!

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Sweetness: Officiant Mike Kennedy helped Kristin and Rob create a special moment for each of their mothers by taking time during the ceremony to honor them with a rose; he also suggested they write love letters to each other that were placed in a box that will be opened on their anniversary.

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Kristin had a special bouquet wrap that was made by her grandmother; it featured special family heirlooms representing women from both the bride and groom’s families- grandmothers, great grandmothers, great aunts, and many others who had passed away or were unable to attend the wedding. It was her way of including them and honoring them.

Many of the tangerine, grey and ivory details were lovingly made by the couple and their friends: Rob and his brother made the centerpiece boxes, Kristin and her sisters designed, purchased, and assembled the candy buffet table, and the custom handmade bridesmaids clutches were made by a previous coworker and fellow interior designer friend of Kristin’s. Regarding taking on DIY projects for your wedding, Kristin says: If you need help with a craft, ask for it- you’ll be surprised how many of your friends will pitch in their time to make it happen!

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It makes sense that Kristin and Rob’s Favorite Moment was a result of the reception layout. Kristin explains: Lindsay Russell, the catering sales manager with the Arizona Biltmore, was extremely patient with my desire to lay out the tables in the Aztec Ballroom unlike any wedding or event they had in the space. Having a bride who practices architecture and interior design added an extra challenge to Lindsay’s plate, but she accepted the sketches of the seating layout for both the ceremony and the reception- all based off of a sunburst pattern- and made them happen. One of our favorite moments of the day was sitting at the sweetheart table as dinner was served- at the head of the ballroom but looking out onto a field of the sunburst tables, and we could see everyone. As people talked and ate, we would have moments of eye contact and a smile, and there we were hand in hand, sharing this amazing moments with all our guests. No words needed to be spoken, and many raised a glass, but those moments of brief shared eye contact with our guests was a touching treat that I know we had not expected. It is a time that I remember as being one of my favorite moments of the day.

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The Honeymoon: Our first vacation together as friends was a trip to San Diego. Years later, when we were dating and wanted to get away, we’d head there! So when Rob wanted to propose, he booked a surprise trip to San Diego and got my girlfriends to take me for manis/pedis before the trip and shopping for a fun outfit. It was only fitting that we also spent our honeymoon there. The wedding itself was so big it literally took us 4 or 5 days to actually relax! I think we are really happy that we just did a low key  and relaxing honeymoon instead of planning anything elaborate. The wedding is the elaborate part- the honeymoon should just be for fun and to wind down together and let it all sink in!

Wise Advice: The actual day will go fast, and things do go wrong- but in the end, it is amazing. I know lots of people say this, but it really is true! Most of the things that went wrong are things that none of the guests will ever know about, and in the end, the important thing is that the bride and groom to-be worked together to create a celebration of family, friends, and their love.

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Photographer: Ryan and Denise Photography :: Florist: Butterfly Petals :: Cake: Classic Cakes and Confections :: DJ: Sedona Sounds :: Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas (designed by Kristin) :: Gown: Lillian Lottie Couture :: Bridesmaids: Bella Bridesmaids :: Suits and Tuxedo: Men’s Warehouse :: Makeup: MAC :: Officiant: Mike Kennedy

 

Kristin and Rob, thanks for sharing your day with us and congratulations!

Phoenix Bride and Groom Magazine, your Phoenix Wedding Magazine

 

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29
Jun
Real Arizona Wedding: April and Mark
categories: real weddings

April and Mark’s “country shabby chic” wedding was at April’s parents’ house in Cave Creek  and we love the signature Arizona scenery and pretty DIY details. We also really like how the bride and groom included the bride’s 6 year old son into the wedding day.  It was definitely a family affair!

 April wore these sassy boots- the same boots she was wearing when she met Mark!

Love the picture of the boys getting ready!

 

The dinner was a country style menu from Jube’s BBQ…yum!

I am a popcorn fanatic (I could eat it every night for dinner) so this popcorn bar caught my eye

Whimsical decor for the kids’ table

 Isn’t this sweets table pretty?

April and Mark, thank you for sharing your day with us and congratulations!

April and Mark’s Real Arizona Wedding Team:

Ceremony and Reception Site: Private Residence

Photographer: Amanda Marie Photography

Bridal Gown Store: David’s Bridal

Suit: Men’s Wearhouse

Caterer: Jube’s BBQ

DJ: Got You Covered

Officiant: Judge Keith Carson

Rentals: ASA Rentals

Happy Planning from your Arizona Wedding Blog!

Kelly

 

 

 

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22
Nov
Real Wedding: Lauren and Jesse
categories: fabulous reception sites, real weddings, reception ideas, Wedding Inspiration

The only thing that should be perfectly matched at your wedding is you and your groom. In my opinion, it can be a bit much to have the attire, accessories, and every bit of decor at your wedding be an exact match and I think Lauren and Jesse’s wedding proves this to be true. Lauren is a designer who has an eye for style and while choosing her fall palette, she didn’t try to make everything the exact same color. The result is a beautiful Fall wedding with depth of color and texture.

Lauren had 2 rings for the day: the square ring (her wedding ring) is from Jesse- it’s from the Frank Gehry collection at Tiffany’s. Jesse scored big points with Lauren for choosing this ring since she is an interior designer and Gehry is her favorite architect. Good job Jesse! The rectangular ring is one from her mother- when Lauren was a little girl, she loved it and apparently asked her mother for it. It only took her mom a few years to part with it! This special memento served as Lauren’s “something old and something blue”. Lucky girl!

The couple, who is creative to the core (Jesse is also artsy- he’s a video game designer), took matters into their own hands and designed the day to suit their style. Lauren handmade many of her wedding details including the boxes that contained the gifts for her bridesmaids, the boutonnieres, the flower girl basket, the invitations, and the centerpieces. Phew! Lauren was a busy bride-to-be!

Lauren tells us, “My favorite part of the day was finally seeing Jesse for the first time. We spent the night before apart and spent all morning and afternoon the next day preparing for the wedding so I definitely missed him. I was so excited to have him see me in my dress so when the time finally came I suddenly felt at ease. Emily created a “first look” moment for us before the ceremony and I’m so happy we went this route. I had to walk down the corridor of Inspirador with Jesse’s back to me, then I tapped him on the shoulder so he could turn around and see me. It was very romantic and personal.”

The reception tables are so sweet- the small pumpkins and simple centerpieces with rich fall colors are elegant and inviting

Lauren and Jesse chose to forgo the cake for donuts. Lauren tells us, “We really wanted our wedding to be unique, casual and most of all fun. I read about a wedding that did coffee and donuts and was instantly in love with the idea because not only was it way more affordable than a cake, but we both love coffee and donuts–who doesn’t?”

Lauren and I chatted a bit…

KG: Tell us about your honeymoon

L: The only place we registered for our wedding was Honeyfund, so we were able to enjoy our honeymoon and not have to worry about expenses! Our honeymoon was in San Francisco. I had only been to California two times before, one of which was a year before our wedding when he proposed to me on the Port of San Francisco. I fell in love with SF and it seemed like the perfect place to spend our honeymoon. We stayed in the same hotel as our time when he proposed to me, which is my absolute favorite! Hotel Des Arts is right by China Town and The Irish Bank-an Irish Pub which we love. Every room is designed/painted by a different artist, and with Jesse and I both being artists it’s the perfect choice. (Lauren loved using Honeyfund but advises that couples explain the process to their guests; some of her guests were confused about how to use it)

KG: What advice would you give couples planning their wedding?

L: The best advice I can give for the actual wedding day is to forget about all the little worries in the back of your mind and focus on enjoying your big day! I was positive there were little details I had forgotten, but I finally told myself — if I really did forget something, what the heck am I going to do about it now?! The day goes by so fast you really have to stop and soak in all the little moments as much as possible.

Planning the wedding can definitely be stressful, and in my case the expenses were the only stressful parts, so I honed in on my creative side and utilized it! I love being crafty and to me it gives more of a personal touch, not to mention it’s much less expensive in most cases.

KG: What is your favorite thing about each other?

L: My favorite thing about Jesse…It’s hard to pick just one thing…I love that he can ALWAYS make me laugh, but most of all I knew he was the one when I realized that being with him made me feel that I could be myself 100% of the time, and I was, and he loved me for it.

J: My favorite thing about Lauren is that not only does she laugh at all my jokes, but she is the sweetest, kindest, and most lovable person I know. That’s a couple things but for me it’s all part of the same beautiful package.

Congratulations Lauren and Jesse and thank you for sharing your beautiful day with us!

Lauren and Jesse’s Real Wedding Team:

Ceremony and Reception Site: Inspirador

Photographer: Emily Snitzer Photography

Florist: Avant Garde

Bridal Gown: Suzanne’s Bridal Boutique

Bridesmaid Dresses: David’s Bridal

Tuxedos: Suzanne’s Bridal Boutique

DJ: Direct Sounds DJ’s, Jeff Jones

Officiant: Ed West, family member

Make-up Artist/Hair Stylist: Allison Houseman, family friend

 

 

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