Moody Wedding Inspiration in Romantic, Abandoned Church

Moody Wedding Inspiration in Romantic, Abandoned Church

Looking for some Moody Wedding inspiration? You’ve come to the right place. And when we say right place, we’re talking about The Monroe Abbey in Phoenix. The Monroe Abbey in Phoenix, Arizona is seriously a sight. If you’ve had the pleasure of shooting at this location or just touring it, consider yourself lucky. The old building dates back to 1929, and if you know us, you know our love for old buildings. The former Baptist church that was destroyed by a fire in the mid ‘80s is now undergoing a transformation to keep the early 20th century exterior intact while cleaning up the inside. The goal is to host weddings and events at the property, giving Arizona natives a new and unique venue to choose from. This is the perfect setting for the moody wedding inspiration that was inspiration for this shoot. (more…)

Boho Dream Wedding Becomes Reality

Boho Dream Wedding Becomes Reality in Paradise Valley with Tremaine Ranch in Phoenix

Shannon reached out to us in hopes to find the perfect furniture and decor to go with her boho dream wedding. She had been working with Mandi at Butterfly Petals to execute her wildest dreams as far as wedding decor goes. As soon as Shannon started describing her aesthetic, we were hooked and so looking forward to making her day much more than just another celebration but to make this ultimate boho dream wedding a reality. (more…)

Shakers & Makers Panel with The Ivy Event

The Ivy Event Shakers and Makers Panel with Standard Wax New Darlings Jar of Buttons Finding Arizona Podcast Tremaine Ranch in Phoenix AZ
Continuing to carry out our mission to bring together the Phoenix community and make networking something we all look forward do, we recently hosted our Shakers & Makers panel through The Ivy Event. We were excited to host a night of thoughtful conversation, food, drinks and networking. With such great community leaders in Arizona, we knew we had a great idea of who we wanted to sit on our panel. Our attendees learned from local entrepreneurs including Samantha Thompson owner at Standard Wax, Brendan McCaskey owner at Jar of Buttons, Christina + Robert Martinez owners at New Darlings, Jose Acevedo owner at Finding Arizona Podcast and myself, co-owner at Tremaine Ranch. The night included a guided Q+A, listening and learning from both the male and female perspective of business owners and creative entrepreneurs in Arizona. Once of the biggest reasons we were excited about Shakers & Makers was to invite creatives and entrepreneurs to listen from people in different industries.

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The Sweetest Photo Shoot at Rowhouse 25

The Sweetest Photoshoot at Rowhouse 25 Air BNB with Tremaine Ranch in Florence ArizonaA few months back, we launched our property Rowhouse 25. Rowhouse 25 is a historic property in Florence, Arizona, that dates back to 1881. We put a ton of work bringing the old bones back to life. We have hosted photoshoots, dinner parties, and more at our property since opening it’s doors. One of our favorite photoshoots that we had was a behind the scenes shoot with Katie Frederick, owner and mastermind behind Sift Bakehouse AZ. Katie has a truly unique style to all of her designs. We’ve really enjoyed working with her on a handful of events around town. She truly has the best buttercream frosting recipe. Whenever she has leftovers of delicious treats we can’t help but eat more than we should. Working with Katie is always fun and you can’t help but leave with a smile. Katie needed a place for a behind the scenes shoot with Stephanie of at Life Created, and reached out to utilize Rowhouse 25. (more…)

Romantic Spring Wedding in Paradise Valley

Spring in Arizona is seriously one of the most beautiful seasons. Cactus flowers in bloom, brighter sunsets, and seriously stunning weddings every weekend. Arizona is known for its desert landscape, but when you plan your wedding at one of the most beautiful venues in Arizona, you’re bound to experience all that our great state has to offer. (more…)