Natasha and Maris were married just prior to sunset, facing a backdrop of breathtaking panoramic terra cotta-colored vistas, in the High Sonoran Desert at Dry Creek Vista. The sacred Native American-style ceremony was performed by Mario Black Wolf, a Medicine Man from the Mechica-Apache Tribe. Our gorgeous, spirited couple picked out their own Native American blanket, which became part of the ceremonial service that would transform them from bride and groom to husband and wife. Bonnie Miller’s expert photography caught the light just perfectly, as it softly streamed through this life-changing event.
Natasha’s airy bouquet was created by Sedona Fine Art of Flowers, and was laced with baby’s breath, eucalyptus and soft white flowers. Anthony Flesch enhanced the ambiance with the melodic tones of the Native American flute.
With closest family and friends and their large and small Doberman Pinschers by their sides, they bowed their heads, laughed and celebrated, this day that would be unlike any other in their lives.
We invite you to set aside a moment to take in the stunning beauty of Natasha and Maris, and their extraordinarily unique wedding day.
“May you walk gently through the world and know its beauty all the days of your life.”
— from an Apache Blessing
Congratulations, Natasha and Maris!