While Zach and Emily were going to school in Flagstaff, Arizona, they were also planning their wedding for a beautiful summer day in Corona, California. They may have planning from a state away, but everything came together SO perfectly! Whether it was the pink tip succulents in Emily’s bouquet, the custom bowties Zach picked out for all the gentlemen in the bridal party or the gorgeous floral pieces that perfectly completed the ceremony area – their wedding was filled with personal touches that represented the two of them and could have made anyone’s jaw drop!

I literally squealed out of excitement when I saw Emily in her dress! Can you blame me though? She could have been the cover of a bridal editorial!

Zach is one of the most fashionable grooms I’ve photographed! The leaves and hypericum berries in the boutonnieres added so many fun textures to each groomsmen’s look, they couldn’t have been more stylish!

Caution: Get ready for some of the dreamiest bride and groom portraits EVER. I couldn’t stop smiling over the way these two would stop and look at each other with so much admiration and happiness!

Can cakes win awards? Lizzy’s Cakes would win the award for creating a cake that looks amazing while also tasting absolutely incredible!

One of the things that tugged on my heart the most was how much both of their families had so much devotion for the two of them as well as each other. Throughout the day, I felt an overwhelming amount of love and support from every person there. Regardless of which side of the family they were on, they were overflowing with happiness because they were finally becoming one family through the unity of Zach and Emily. Can I add that these wonderful people know how to throw a party? These are some of my favorite reception shots of all time. 🙂

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