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Intimate Windgate Ranch Wedding

Ginny and Jonathan’s Windgate Ranch wedding was the perfect combo of rustic romance and desert chic. Loaded with the prettiest succulents and a sunset to die for, Mike Olbinski Photography captured this intimate Arizona wedding full of details to ogle over.


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Wedding Location: Scottsdale, AZ / Photographer: Mike Olbinski Photography / Venue: Windgate Ranch / Planner: Trista Guzman of BTS Event Management / Flowers: The Flower Bar / Desserts: 21 Cakes / Rentals: Classic Party Rental / DJ: Got You Covered / Caterer: Rendezvous / Dress: Bridals by Jodi in Charleston, SC

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