It happened while on a trip to Krystie’s grandparents house in Colorado. During dinner on the last night they were there, Greg asked Krystie if she would go into another room with him. When She turned around Greg had a ring in his hand and asked if she would marry him. After she said yes, they went back and announced that they were engaged. On April 28, 2011 the couple exchanged their vows. Surrounded by their closest friends and family, Greg and Krystie created a wedding at The Secret Garden in Phoenix, AZ that reflected their relationship in the truest form. In all their years together, their love grew, changed, and morphed as life twisted and turned, but through it all, they remained each other’s constant. In the midst of anything, they had everything. They committed their vows and promised to always give more. More joy, more happiness, more love.
Krystie and Greg…I can’t begin to thank you for simply being you. Your wedding was simple but perfect and there were times when I wanted to reach out and squeeze you for making me fall more in love with what I do. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your love story…it’s an honor I cherish. I hope you enjoy your honeymoon and make more memories…together. Much Love and Appreciation…Nona
Boyce Thompson Arboretum is so far my favorite place here in AZ, every time I come here I find something new. Walking on and off the trails, surrounded by birds, bees, butterflies, beautiful plants, trees and flowers (categorized into neat little categories), it’s such a wonderful feeling.
‘Tis the season to say goodbye”
My bother Manny and his lovely wife Pat asked me to do family photo shoot before their son Patrick goes to the Navy boot camp. The weather that day was sunny and gorgeous at the Lost Dutchman National Park. The Superstition Mountain is absolutely beautiful. Here are some highlights of the photo shoot.