Heritage Square in Phoenix, Arizona is a tropical girl’s photography dream come true! From the lush greenery to the historic buildings, this place has it all! Erin and John met in Nashville, Tennessee at a national conference. It wasn’t until they started talking that they found out they lived only a few minutes away from each other! They started dating and one day John took Erin to the park where they had their first date. After setting up a picnic complete with flowers and mimosas, John asked Erin to marry him!
One of the best things about Arizona is that we don’t get a lot of rain, so we’re not usually worried about it happening on a wedding day. Until the week of John and Erin’s wedding. It rained EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. 🙄 The day of the wedding, however, the skies cleared and the weather was PERFECT! I’m pretty sure her late Grandma and Aunt Pammy had something to do with that. 🥰 Erin’s always had a really sweet family. They’ve always been so close and loving. So not only did John hit the jackpot by marrying Erin, but he also got the best family I know. And I’ve known them for 20+ years. (Gosh, I feel old! 😂)
Erin says a few of her favorite memories from her wedding was being able to finally show everyone their choreographed first dance! They kept it a secret and loved watching how everyone reacted to it! (It was good! Full of dips and lifts and twirls 😍). They loved seeing how everything came together and getting to celebrate with their family and friends.
Erin and John, thank you for allowing me to be such a special part of your day. The love you two share truly lights up the room and I can’t wait to watch you two grow over the next 20+ years 😘
Here are a few favorites from their wedding day! xo
The Creative Team:
Photography: Amanda Cromer Photography
Venue: Heritage Square
Catering: Kiss the Chef Catering
Planner: Party Bliss AZ
DJMC: AZ Mix Masters
Rentals: Affordable Party & Event Rentals
Tux: Nicks Menswear
Gown: Kaira’s Bridal
Florals: Arizona Flower Market | Handmade by Bride and Bridesmaids
Cake: Cake Boo