Tucson Lifestyle June 2014 : W16

“Cloudy with a chance of … a dream come true” Vision: Mother Nature brought one of the rainiest days of the year on this day, but as the bride and her father started their walk toward Jon at the altar, the rain stopped and rays of light streamed through the windows of the church. Unique Elements: The Hearon family has a long-established wedding tradition of having each new wedding couple sign the family Bible on their wedding day. The first signature is by Mamie Ervin Hearon in 1894, the bride’s great grandmother. Décor: A tulle-covered canopy entry and a cut-out of their beloved dog Lanie added a personal touch. Escort table cards were embellished with a tiny succulent plant given to guests as a living token of the wed-ding celebration. Tabletops shimmered with organza linens. Coral, peach, and mint-green floral centerpieces were placed in wooden boxes, natural birch vases and mercury glass goblets. Color Palette: Gray, soft mint green, pops of coral, orange, and peach with bridal white. Wedding Flowers: Succulents in different sizes, mini green hydrangea, pin cushion proteas, Star of Bethlehem, safari sunset, ranunculus, dusty miller and lucedendron. Sources: Wedding Site: St. Thomas the Apostle Church Reception Site: The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa Event Planner: Rackel Gehlsen Weddings & Events Photographer: Session Nine Photography Event Rental: Pro Em Party & Event Rentals Invitations, Table Cards and Menus: Bri Dumais Designs Cake: Ambrosia Cakery Florist: Posh Petals Unique Flowers & Gifts Bridal Attire: Adora Bridal Boutique Videographer: Maggie Carson Romano a time-honored tradition 11-23-13 Megan Hearon and Jon Skaalen 16 W TUCSON LIFESTYLE WEDDINGS | 2014-2015 TucsonLifestyle.com

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