Sarah & Brian {Married Part 2} Romantics and Reception at La Paloma Westin in Tucson, AZ

Sarah and Brian’s wedding extravaganza Part 2 includes their sweet romantic portraits, crazy bridal party and a very very very rocking reception!  After the wedding we had the most perfect sunset light and we utilized the phenomenal ceremony view for some bridal party fun.  All the ladies donned pink sunglasses and the boys showed off their striped bright socks for some shenanigans.  After we headed next door to the La Paloma Country Club where Brian works for some photos on the green.  Going into their party everyone was ready to DANCE!  And that we did, all NIGHT long!  See below for more about their fabulous night and of course their highlights slide show!

Ridiculous and I love it.

My hot pink ladies.

These boys are too cool.

I just love this photo of Brian talking with his guys.

So happy it makes my heart sing.

Dessert scape (very needed in the HOT city of Tucson)

PERSONALITY is so important.  Sarah rocked her silver sparkly TOMS and Brian donned some highlighter pink socks.

Family photos – they both are holding images from their own parents weddings.

Golf ring shot for the golfer of course!

Even before the first dance this crew was ready to party.

Love this kiss and all the movement in the photo.

I’m a fan of texture and movement and therefore I love the above.

Brian’s best friend and brother in law toasting.

Sarah’s best friend looking very emotional during her speech.

Sweet hug from Dawn, Brian’s sister after her wedding toast.

Beaming mother of the groom.

Showing of the bling!

Mother of the bride and one of Sarah’s child hood friends getting down.

Brian snuck in a little cake on her face so Sarah went all out with it.  You go girl!

Rarely do I include a photo of me but this one was to silly not too.  Thanks Levi for being a fool and Amanda for capturing my ridiculous side.


See, the sweetest EVER!!! Love quiet, stolen moments on the dance floor amongst a crowd.

The party goers – these crazy fools stayed until the end when the band could no longer play after rocking all night.

Private last dance = <3

You know I love some darkness and a light on a stand.  It is fun, challenging and it helps me create some beautiful night portraits.  Love this one above at the entry way to the resort and the below on some sofas in the lobby.

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