Tlaquepaque was happy and excited to host the wedding reception of Brianna Keilar and Dave French on May 2, 2009. Photographers Katrina Wallace and Andrew Meija with Sedona Bride covered the wedding ceremony and reception for this lovely couple and did a wonderful job.

Brianna and Dave's wedding ceremony - photo courtesy of Sedonabride.com

Brianna and Dave's wedding ceremony - photo courtesy of Sedonabride.com

Brianna Keilar is a congressional correspondent for CNN, responsible for covering the activities of both the U.S. House and Senate. Named to this position in December 2008, Keilar is based in the network’s Washington, D.C., bureau.

Brianna and Dave's in the Patio del Norte - photo courtesy of Sedonabride.com

Brianna and Dave in the Patio del Norte - photo courtesy of Sedonabride.com

Brianna married the man of her dreams, Dave, overlooking the beautiful Red Rocks of Sedona. The guests enjoyed the intimate ceremony performed by Anthony Flesch with Weddings in Sedona. Susan Perry with Weddings in Sedona coordinated the wedding and did a great job.

Wedding reception of Brianna and Dave - photo courtesy of Sedonabride.com

Wedding reception of Brianna and Dave - photo courtesy of Sedonabride.com

Following the ceremony, wedding guests followed the bridal couple to Tlaquepaque for their spectacular wedding reception which was held on the Calle Independencia. Rosalie’s of Sedona catered the event and did a great job with the set up and service of the reception. The food was delicious and everyone enjoyed the dinner.

Brianna and Dave's lovely Wedding cake - photo courtesy of Sedonabride.com

Brianna and Dave's lovely Wedding cake - photo courtesy of Sedonabride.com

The stunning cake was created by Donna Joy, Sedona Sweet Arts.  The hand rolled white chocolate cigars surrounded the cake adorned with fresh flowers.

Brianna and Dave - photo courtesy of Sedonabride.com

Brianna and Dave - photo courtesy of Sedonabride.com

Brianna and Dave will soon be celebrating their one year wedding anniversary. We hope they visit Tlaquepaque as we would love to see the two love birds again soon.

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