Mesa Wedding Photography: Chris + Tasha

Happy Monday, friends! Our spring wedding season has officially started! We have 17 beautiful and unique weddings this season and we feel so blessed and thankful for each and every one of our amazing couples! We cannot wait to show you all the beauty to come over the next few months!

Our season started earlier than normal as we don’t typically take on weddings in January, but could not be happier that we chose to! When we first received an inquiry from Tasha and Chris and noticed that their wedding date was late January, I took a minute to process before I did what I typically do- which is to politely respond that we choose not to shoot weddings in January, as it is our month of rest between our Fall and Spring wedding seasons. Writing that email to turn them away just didn’t feel right in my soul, and I could not figure out why. So instead, I cheerfully responded that we would love to meet them for coffee to see if we were all a good fit for each other.

Not even 5 minutes into our coffee date, Andrew and I gave each other what we call “the glance”. The glance says basically “YES. YES. YES. We HAVE to shoot their wedding. Whatever it takes. We HAVE to be friends with these two. They are everything we want in wedding clients.” We clicked with them instantly and loved them instantly. We didn’t even care if we were starting our spring season earlier than planned, we just knew that it was meant to be. I am so glad that we listened to our instincts… these two have blessed us in more ways than they could ever know. The way they love each other, the excitement in their relationship, the way no one else seems to be in the room when they are together, the way they intentionally and continuously surprise each other just to make sure the other knows they are loved… We have NEVER witnessed a groom more outwardly in love with his bride than Chris is with Tasha, and it was such a blessing to watch. Throughout our careers, God had used particular weddings to spark our own marriage in seasons of “desert”- and Chris and Tasha’s wedding was one of those for us. It was beautiful. It was meaningful. It was emotional. And we learned so much about love watching these two that day.

Chris and Tasha, thank you for the way you love each other. Thank you for how you exude confidence and security. Thank you for choosing us, and for being such a beautiful gift to us. We wish you ALL the happiness together. -A&EJ

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A BIG thank you to our amazing wedding team:

Venue: Superstition Manor | Florals: Wild Iris Weddings | Invitations/Stationery: Victoria York Design | Makeup: Courtney Montes | Hair: Maggie Hancock | Cocktail Hour Musician: Michael Land | DJ: Save This Dance | Cake: Ruze Cake House | Videography: Cineprose Films | Photography: Andrew & Jade Photography

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