Mollie and Grant traveled from Seattle to Scottsdale for their gorgeous wedding weekend in May. We planned the wedding with the couple from afar—never actually meeting them until the wedding weekend! Mollie was surrounded by her best girlfriends and family members as they drank mimosas and got ready for the day. Grant was not far, as he was in another part of the resort getting ready and relaxing with his closest friends.
Their ceremony design was soft and sweet. They married at the Four Seasons with the breathtaking views of Pinnacle Peak! Their aisle was covered in flower petals and flanked with candlelight and eucalyptus, bringing a fresh feel to the ceremony. Mollie’s textured bouquet was bright white, and it was the perfect contrast to Grant’s crisp, black tuxedo. A guitarist strummed as Mollie walked down the aisle escorted by her younger brother to Grant who waited at the end, eyes full of love for his Bride. They exchanged their vows and sealed it with a kiss before heading to Cocktail Hour with their family and friends.
Guests took their seats for dinner to celebrate the newlyweds as they made their grand entrance. Mollie and Grant shared their first dance and ate dinner together under the stars. Tables were adorned with romantic runners that pooled at the floor and were rich with candlelight to showcase the greenery and flowers on each table. The sweetheart table was a sweet and beautiful extension of the guests’ tables.
After dinner, everyone made their way to the ballroom, which was set up for a night-long dance party! Lounge furniture was placed throughout the room for guests to rest their feet and enjoy a drink, but the dance floor was packed until the end. The guests also had a chance to snap photos with the Bride and Groom in the photo booth to bring the joyous memories home. This night was truly one to remember!
Venue: The Four Seasons
Photographer: Elyse Hall Photography
Florist: Carte Blanche
Officiant: Chris Troyer
Hair and Makeup: HVH Faces
Ceremony Music: Sweetwater Strings
Cake: The Four Seasons
Linens: The Four Seasons