10
Jan
Real Tucson Wedding: Jenny and Carlo
categories: Cakes and Sweets, Real Weddings, Reception ideas, Wedding Inspiration

One look at Jenny and Carlo’s wedding and you’ll see why we love it so much- the colors are sunny and bright, the details pop with a fresh take on wedding decor and everything about the day says fun!

Jenny describes her vision for the day: We wanted our wedding to feel like a family get together in the backyard. We didn’t want our wedding to feel like a day for just the two of us, but more of a celebration of the joining of our families. We are both very close to our family, and we wanted our wedding day to represent that.

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I completely love the cheerful decor- lawn games are a fun way to provide activities for your guests that are friendly on the wallet and the chevron pattern mixed with polka dots adds a modern whimsy.

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3 words to describe your relationship: Nurturing, fun-loving, and genuine

Favorite Moment: When we walked into the reception at the The Franklin House and saw the sun shining through the trees and all of our family and friends enjoying the cocktail hour knowing that every detail was completely Carlo and I. It represented everything we love and everything we are as individuals and as a couple.

The Honeymoon:  Over the summer Carlo and I spent 10 days in Napa and San Francisco. Carlo and I chose Northern California because we both have a love for big cities! One of our favorite memories we have had together when we were dating was when we visited New York City. We decided that visiting San Francisco would bring back those same memories of being in a big city with the fast paced feel and wonderful food! We both enjoy eating at new restaurants and these places were perfect for us to spend our honeymoon.

Congratulations Jenny and Carlo and thank you for sharing your wedding with us!

Jenny and Carlo’s Real Tucson Wedding Team:

Ceremony Site: St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church

Reception Site: The Franklin House

Photographer: Amanda Rockafellow Photography

Florist: In Full Bloom Floral Studio

Caterer: Acacia

Cake: Michelangelos Ristorante Italiano

DJ: I’m With the DJ

Bridal Gown: Belle Mariee Bridal

Bridesmaid Dresses: J Crew

Tuxedos: Tuxedos on Broadway

Invitations: Brie Dumais Designs

Rentals: Pro Em Party Concepts

Makeup Artist: Catie Fisher

Hair Stylist: Fringe Hair Studios, Kaylee Brown

Hotel Accommodations: Westward Look

Rehearsal Dinner: Michelangelos Ristorante Italiano

Happy Planning from your Tucson Wedding Blog!

Kelly

 

 


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3 Responses to “Real Tucson Wedding: Jenny and Carlo”

  1. Brie Says:

    Love this wedding!

  2. azkelly Says:

    Glad to hear it- we do too!

  3. Phoenix Bride & Groom Magazine Blog » Blog Archive » The Special Touches: Cocktail Hour Says:

    […] (Photo courtesy of: Amanda Rockafellow Photography, to see the full wedding, click here) […]

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