If you know you are going to have lots of questions, Cara Morrison at A Day to Cherish may be right for you. Cara says she tries hard to be easily accessible and easy to talk to.
Debbie Kennedy can provide whatever level of wedding planning you need. Her very pampering Platinum Package leaves you with almost nothing to do but say, “I do.” Or if you are more of an a la carte kind of gal she can do anything from manage a guest list to refer you to a vendor or venue.
Amina Michele and her Old Town Scottsdale-based team of a half dozen fashion-forward ladies aim at eliminating stress and stuffiness.
Want a traditional wedding? Victorian? Modern? Country? With 20 years of experience, Tonya Kay can do it. Originally from San Diego, but now based in Phoenix, she has a background in interior design, but her true love has always been helping brides.
Anne McCarthy and her large, talented team have been shooting weddings in the Phoenix metro area since 1994.
Harrison Hurwitz is a fine art wedding photographer whose work has won many awards.
This talented Phoenix-based trio does destination weddings all over the world.
Kelsie Pinkerton is known for her creativity, and her kindness. Her style is photojournalistic, her focus is entirely on weddings.
Years of experience, and creativity for every budget.
They’ve made more than 800 wedding films in Arizona and Southern California.
Daniel Wagner strives to preserve the emotion of your wedding day.
Romantic? Rustic? Nerdy? The fun-loving team at Butterfly Petals can create floral arrangements that work for your wedding style.
Wild Child Floral Design’s owner/designer Patricia Poto Eastwood has more than 25 years of local experience in the wedding industry.
Scottsdale-based The Studio at Cactus Flower, the events arm of Cactus Flower Florists, has been creating floral arrangements for weddings in the Phoenix metro area since 1972.
Whether you have an austere palate or are looking for an explosion of color, Artistic Surroundings can create floral décor that works for your wedding.
A big wedding band, The Hamptons perform with from six to eleven pieces, including horns.
Having worked at more than a thousand events since 2003, this music, entertainment, and event-production company can help you with everything from ceremony and reception music to custom-made dance floor monogram projection.
Whether it’s solo, duo, or a quartet, Eily and her performers can provide stringed wedding selections from classical to contemporary, including traditional religious music for Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish weddings.
A former radio DJ in the business since 1986, Bill Lambach arrives dressed in a tuxedo, and, depending on how much interaction you want him to have with guests, can also work as the emcee and party host.
For more than 25 years, Cindy and Robert Leger have been bringing fresh treatments to the classics, popular songs, Broadway tunes, and, occasionally, blue grass. Cindy’s on the cello, and Robert on the guitar and eight-string mandolin.
Do you look at Brides Magazine and say, “That’s just not us?” Then officiant Matt Nathanson believes he is probably a good fit for you.
Busy and creative, Scottsdale-based Larry James performs about 75 weddings a year.
Mike Kennedy is a non-denominational wedding officiant who for more than 18 years has performed hundreds of weddings in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area.
This team of non-denominational ministers have been performing wedding ceremonies for all faiths since 1987.
Although Phoenix-based Kathleen Hidalgo has trained with some of the nation’s best cake artists, she began in architecture. So you can expect all her wedding creations to be well designed, and in no danger of toppling over.
Based in Gilbert, Piece of Cake makes about 300 wedding cakes a year. The FAQ section on their website is almost worth getting married for, just so you’ll have an excuse to read it.
Having grown up on a farm, Shelley believes every wedding cake that comes out of her Glendale shop should be made with the freshest ingredients possible.
Hair and Makeup
With half a dozen locations in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area, Rolfs Salon creates fashion-forward as well as traditional bridal hairstyles and makeup application.
Babydoll Weddings is an extension of Sabrina Miller-Castillo’s Babydoll Hair. Based in Mesa, she has a large staff of stylists who will travel to your wedding.
Phoenix-based Anabda Tzavaras says her favorite part of the make-up process is making skin look perfect.