Lindsay and Rob were married last night in Mesa AZ’s  Lavender and Old Lace.  A very well manicured property with a huge dance hall for a Victorian property and beautiful chandeliers.  If Victorian is your style.. you must check this property out.  Mother Nature liked toying with us, as the clouds would come and drop a few sprinkles on us and then disappear for an hour.  We thought we were in the clear after a slight sprinkling during their portrait session before the ceremony.. but just as the wedding party was to walk down the aisle.. the sky started pouring and the guests all ran for cover toppling over chairs along the way.  Despite the rain, Lindsay was just in the BEST of moods and so easy going, it was so great to work with a bride who took it all in stride.  Thank you all for having me be a part of your amazing day.  May every storm bless you with a beautiful rainbow!

Lonetta - What a handsome groom and beautiful bride..I also noticed how the weather was just taken in stride by everyone with no one getting bent out of shape over the rain..nice, very nice wedding and fun photo's--just like Rob and Lindsay.
James Brown - Very lovely work, as always! Well done :)
Jennifer DeCesari – Rhode Island Wedding Photographer - I just love your work - what a great job you've done here :)
Justine - Regina, I told Kim this place reminds me of her, lol... HAVE FUNNNNNN... :)
Regina Osgood - Ok- so this is such a Kim place. You blew it up Justine! Looks fab! On to Oaxaca!!
Jill - Beautiful photos! The bridesmaids dresses are amazing. I love all the color captured.
Julie Wagoner - Beautiful!! Love all the special little details you captured...like the bird nests! And LOVE the rainbow shot!
mandy - I just love those fun jumping shots! Great work. What gorgeous color you have in these.
Lisa Kryschuk - Beautiful!!!! They are going to be over the moon with these!
Holly - What a beautiful couple and the colors are gorgeous. I love the rainbow image!
this n that - These are beautiful!! Love the rainbow! It looks like a perfect day. -Shellie