Jeremy and Adrienne were married on a gorgeous summer day in Prescott, Arizona at the Antelope Hills Golf Course. Adrienne prepared for her day in her childhood home. Her family are artists, creators and their home is filled with the art they've created through the years. Her father made the jewelry that she would wear on her wedding day, including the wedding bands she and Jeremy would exchange. Her "Frankenstein" dress as she lovingly called it was made by piecing together her favorite parts of a few different dresses. The lace top from one dress, the bodice from another, altering the long skirt into a short one with a cobalt blue petticoat, she crafted the dress of her dreams. Some family photos were taken in the garden where they had traditionally been taken before all the special days in her life. She and her father stood proudly in front of a the Father/Daughter sculpture that they had made together. So many moments with so much meaning wove through her day. When she walked down the aisle, it was Jeremy who asked the guests to stand and witness the breathtaking beauty of his bride. His sister read a love poem his grandfather had written for his grandmother just moments before he and Adrienne exchanged their vows. As Adrienne said her vows she pulled a memento from her pocket. A ring made from leaf that Jeremy had given to her when they'd taken a walk after a big fight. It had grown brittle over time and she gently placed it in Jeremy's hand as she made her vow. It was a truly special day and we are overjoyed we were there to witness and document it all, freezing these special moments in time just for them.