Although July is monsoon season here in Sedona, Tlaquepaque celebrated three weddings during the last weekend of July.
Audra Mennie and Bryce Carter spoke their vows on the intimate Patio de las Campanas on Saturday, July 25th. Schelli Rothi with Taltos Productions performed the wedding ceremony in front of Audra’s and Bryce’s family and friends. There were lovely floral arrangements at the front of the ceremony provided by Mountain High Flowers. Michael David with Taltos Productions captured the moments with his creative photographs and Mario Libunao played music during the ceremony.
One highlight of the wedding was Gordo, the couple’s cute dog. He walked down the aisle along with the bridesmaids and groomsmen.
Following the wedding ceremony, guests proceeded to the Calle Independencia for the wedding reception catered by Main Street Catering. The three tier cake was created by Donna Joy, Sedona Sweet Arts.
Mario Libunao played a large variety of music for Audra and Bryce and their guests. Everyone had a great time and greatly enjoyed the reception.
Debra White and Marc Fraley got married in the Tlaquepaque Chapel on Saturday night, July 25th. The intimate wedding was photographed by Greg Reiter. Debra wore a lovely extravagant wedding gown with an amazing train.
On Sunday, July 26th, we were excited to host the wedding ceremony of Abigail Shimko and Travis Fowler. Bonnie, Abigail’s mother, helped plan the intimate wedding ceremony in the Tlaquepaque Chapel. Their professional photographer was Ron and Jenni Goldman of Jenni Goldman Photography, a Tlaquepaque favorite.
The very personal ceremony was performed by their brother-in-law Rev. Reggie Rice and music was performed by Carla and David. Family and friends help decorate the Tlaquepaque Chapel and Abigail and Travis lit a lovely unity candle during the ceremony.
Following the wedding ceremony, guests accompanied Abigail and Travis to the Fireside room at Heartline Cafe for their wedding reception. We are so happy for Abigail and Travis and wish them only the best for their future.