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Kaytie and John: Elopement and Courthouse Wedding Photographer Flagstaff Arizona
Elopement and Courthouse Wedding Photographer Flagstaff Arizona: Kaytie and John. I absolutely loved this recent downtown elopement with Kaytie and John. These two locals decided to skip the stress of wedding planning and tie the knot at the courthouse. Surrounded by their closest friends and family, these two confessed their love and solidified their union. It was wonderful to wok with them – congratulations again!
“Very relaxed and wonderful session. Monica was professional and our final pictures are beautiful. We are so happy we chose Monica for our wedding day photography.” – Kaytie T.
Elopement and Courthouse Wedding Photographer Flagstaff Arizona: The Sun Rising…
Elopement and Courthouse Wedding Photographer Flagstaff Arizona: The Location…
Along historic 1890s streets you will find numerous clothing boutiques, outdoor outfitters, art galleries and retailers selling authentic Native American arts and jewelry. Live entertainment can be found almost every evening at Heritage Square or within the great restaurants and nightlife venues. Venture south of the tracks to the evolving Southside District with amazing dining and cafés lining the streets.
Although Flagstaff became an incorporated town in 1894, the modern history really dates back to 1876 when settlers passing through honored the nation’s centennial by raising an American flag up a pine tree. Their “flag staff” became a landmark for those who followed, and eventually became the town’s namesake. The western expansion of the railroad in the 1880s attracted merchants and saloonkeepers to set up shop for the railroad workers and lumbermen. Within a couple of years, Flagstaff was a thriving town of railroad, lumber and ranching industries. Early families such as the Riordans (lumber) and Babbitts (ranching) have descendants who still live and work in Flagstaff today. In the ensuing century since; the Normal School would become Northern Arizona University, Lowell Observatory was established, and the surrounding area became a vast National Forest.
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