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Diana + Benjamin: A Citrusy Backyard Reception

The lovely Diana (the photographer behind this bridal shower inspiration shoot) and her husband Benjamin were recently married in a small wedding in Sedona. Wanting to celebrate with family and friends, this past weekend they invited their loved ones to their home for a gorgeous citrus-infused backyard reception. The yard was decked out with games like lawn bowling, croquet, and even a little kid’s hangout that Diana made from long scraps of pretty fabric. Guests were treated to great food and were even invited to pick their own grapefruit from trees in the yard to take home with them. I love the ease of this celebration and the exquisite attention to detail. And Diana’s gorgeous dress from BHLDN? Absolutely stunning. Congratulations Diana and Benjamin!

Vendors –
Venue: Private backyard / Photographer: Diana Elizabeth & Amy Gallagher (Diana’s assistant) / Event Designer: la Ricki / Desserts: Butter & Me / Catering: Pita Jungle / Bride’s dress: Spun Sugar Shift dress by BHLDN / Tent Fabric: SAS Fabrics / Outdoor Bowling: Pottery Barn

{Photos by Diana Elizabeth.}

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Kristin Hubbard

Tuesday 26th of June 2012

This citrus theme is great. It's so bright, clean, crisp, and fresh. And her short dress is adorable and perfect for the heat of outdoors. Very cute!


Wednesday 2nd of May 2012

I love the casual vibe of this wedding and the hand lettered chalk boards are beautiful. It's such an original and custom idea!

Amanda Hoffman

Wednesday 4th of April 2012

I adore everything about this! Beautiful job, Diana!

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Friday 17th of February 2012

[...] I hope you enjoy these images that capture our backyard reception!  Thank you to Cyd of The Sweetest Occasion for featuring our reception here. [...]

diana elizabeth

Thursday 9th of February 2012

xoxo :)

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