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Desiré & Zack: Superstition Mountain Country Club Wedding

In a beautiful ceremony Desiré & Zack tied the knot surrounded by their closest friends and family, most of which traveled from all over the country to spend the day with them. Their love story began several years ago when they were attending college in southern California. Desiré caught Zack’s attention from the moment he saw her but it would take some effort on his behalf to seal the deal. Over the years their relationship would go through highs & lows. One of the lows was their decision to go separate ways. For almost a year God lead them apart but if you ask them it was only to make the love they shared much stronger. After their time apart they knew more than ever that they were meant to be together. Desiré & Zack have one very important common interest, they both love the Lord & that was evident throughout their wedding day. One of my favorite moments was them praying together on opposite sides of a door. The anticipation was intense as they were just moments away from walking down the aisle. I absolutely adore these two & feel so blessed I was a part of their day!

D & Z~ Although we met on your wedding day I felt as if I’ve known you two for much longer! Seeing you two together is like a breath of fresh air. Your love is beautiful & a great example for all. ~ XO Brittany J.


Venue- Superstition Mountain Country Club

Florals- Andrew Calvert

Cake- Bradene Kanitz

Entertainment- DJ One Productions

Videography- In the Clouds Wedding Cinematography

Second Shooter- Stacey Woodward

kirsten - April 13, 2013 - 9:15 pm

brittany…i don’t really know you…but, you were the phenomenal photographer of my brother and sister’s wedding in scottsdale, arizona in october of 2011 (jackson and melissa armstrong). i am borderline obsessed with wedding photography and your site is one of the top ones i LOVE LOVE LOVE to follow!

i am even MORE of a stranger to this couple…but, i am NO stranger to their story…at least some pieces of it…i LOVE how God orchestrated their lives–both during the times together and apart–and, i don’t know why i feel compelled, but i do–to say this story gives me HOPE that MY story may somehow, by the grace and miracles of God, turn out with a similar “ending”/”beginning”. so, thank you for not simply capturing pictures…but capturing hearts.


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