Lauren and Kyle deserve major props for braving the incredibly windy, rainy, and cold weather that made up their Arizona Snowbowl wedding day. I know their photos don’t back up my testimony much, but I’m telling you, it was nuts! They had to move the ceremony inside, but this beautiful couple was continuously graceful and easygoing throughout the day despite all the weather hinderances. I couldn’t wear anything but flip flops because of an injured toe, and half my wedding clothes still didn’t fit after having my baby boy, Carter. But I threw an outfit together, borrowed a friend’s jacket, shot in the rain, bore the wind, set up flash quickly after learning that the ceremony would be moved inside at the last minute, and got those memories captured for this adorable couple.
Their reception was a blast, and I loved how a lot of the attendees were religious. So, their wedding and reception were both packed with loving prayers. There is a photo below of Lauren and Kyle sharing a sweet moment in prayer together that I love.
Lauren and Kyle’s love was so inspiring to witness. They were so genuine and carefree with each other that they honestly seemed to be married already. I’m thinking that means they’re totally meant to be, and I’m so happy for them! Congrats, you guys!
This Flagstaff wedding couldn’t have happened without these amazing vendors:
Flagstaff wedding ceremony and reception venue: Arizona Snowbowl
Flagstaff wedding photographer: Michelle and Matt at MK Studios
Dress designer: David’s Bridal
Hair and makeup artist: Beth Greenrock
Florist: DIY by the Groom’s aunt
DJ Entertainment: Elijah Smith
Cake Artist: Claim Jumper
Bridesmaid’s Attire: David’s Bridal
Groom and groomsmen suits: Men’s Wearhouse