Welcome to the sweetest wedding with the most amazing sunset!
Jesse & Eric had an October wedding in Chandler, Arizona. The Bella Rose Estate is a beautiful private venue full of classic details, the privacy of an estate and the most incredible desert view from the back lawn. Jesse & Eric’s handmade chuppah had full leaves and sweeping fabric to create a romantic setting for their evening ceremony.
Jesse & Eric’s ketubah has the words “tikkun olam.” This phrase literally means “repair of the world.” a cause that Jesse and Eric both take very seriously. The couple used kippot for each of the men that were completely recyclable. After wearing them they could be planted into the ground to grow into a tree. Such a great idea The couple did their best to conserve paper too~using personalized wine bottle labels as the menu cards.
Photographers Drew and Veronica said,
We couldn’t get enough of the sunset! Just as the sun went down, the pinks and oranges woven throughout the sky made for an epic backdrop for portraits.”
We’re impressed with the way the red, white and blue color palette worked for this fall wedding. We’re used to seeing summer weddings with this all American color palette; but, bride Jesse chose it for her October wedding and made it work! The short navy blue dresses and the deep reds for the boutonnières on the men. The couple’s invitation, Jewish wedding program and cake, all used red, white and blue too. But, with the neutrals of gray and khaki it all comes together. There is even a sparkler exit instead of the summer fireworks.
Jesse & Eric know how to throw a party! Their family and friends helped them celebrate well into the night, straight into their sparkler send off!