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This super sweet Tucson wedding is that kind of wedding you’ll arm wrestle to be a part of. Filled with heartfelt handmade touches, Megan and Kyle had the duo Geoff and Stacy from Lang Photographers to capture their day. We love their coffee favors, prettily packaged with a knot.

Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
handmade Tucson wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com

Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
handmade Tucson wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com

From the bride, Megan: When we first got engaged, I had thousands of ideas buzzing around in my head of what our wedding would be like. I knew it had to be romantic, with some aspect of vintage charm, and of course a few DIY projects to make it our own. When we selected our venue, a mansion built in 1898, our vision really came to fruition!

Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
handmade Tucson wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com

Our wedding was simple, romantic, and sparkly. I fell in love with a color palette that consisted of soft pinks, peaches, and a gold accent. We wanted everything to be neutral and soft. DIY projects can be daunting for a large wedding, so we chose a couple of projects we loved and focused on those — Pinwheels for the gazebo arch where the ceremony took place, burlap table squares with gold polka dots that my sweet grandmother hemmed for us, and our sacks of ground coffee for our guests to take as favors. My mom, grandmother, and bridesmaids were SO helpful with the process!
Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
handmade Tucson wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com


For any couple currently planning your wedding, remember that simple can often make the biggest statement. We decided to let our venues charm speak for itself, meaning the decorating we did was minimal! Most of all, enjoy the fun things you get to do together as fiancé and fiancée.

Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
handmade Tucson wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
handmade Tucson wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com

For our processional and recessional we reached out to a local string quartet. They played soft, classical medleys which really fit our overall aesthetic. Our first dance was to City and Colour’s “We Found Each Other in the Dark”…it was too perfect for words. I chose “God Only Knows” by the Beach Boys to dance with my dad; he’s a huge Beach Boys fan! Kyle took it back to the 90’s for his mother/son dance and chose “God Must Have Spent a Little More Time on You” by N*Sync. The rest of the night was filled with “club jams” which prompted some pretty crazy dancing.
Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
handmade Tucson wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com
Romantic Tucson Wedding // photo by Lang Photographers via ruffledblog.com

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Ceremony and Reception: Z Mansion / Photographer: Lang Photographers / Florist: A dear family friend / Wedding Dress: Casablanca; Shoes, Thrifted; Veil – “A” Taylor Tuxedo and Bridal (Tucson) / Bridesmaids Dresses: Alfred Sung / Men’s Suits: Tommy Hilfiger / DJ: Bednarek’s Music Works / Musician: String Quartet, Family friends / Caterer & Wedding Cake: Hoch’s Elegant Catering / Invitations: The Quinnyssentials Custom Invitations / Cake Topper: The First Snow

4 comments
  • A fun looking couple. I like the angles that Lang took for a lot of the shots. Great photography! Love that cake too! :)

  • Jean Deason

    These pictures are just beautiful. Of course they had two beautiful people to photograph. Love you.

  • such a gorgeous marriage session

  • Mary

    love your wedding and the simplicity of it. am in love with your gown, too. any information you could furnish as to the who, what and where you got your gown would be such a gift….brand???? it is the perfect mix of simple and elegant…would like to know where I can find it….