Alexandra Lauren Petznick and David Matthew Bray III Marry at Family’s Page Springs Ranch

Venerable old tree provides the beautiful backdrop for an elegant wedding in the country.

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The bride’s parents, Belle and Olen Petznick, with the happy couple

October 4, 2014

D.A.Ranch and Vineyards, Page Springs, Arizona

 

Alexandra’s parents: Belle and Olen Petznick, Paradise Valley

David’s parents: Christopher and Ramona Nelson, Moscow, Idaho

The honeymoon: Western Caribbean

Flowers: Dennis Thompson, Jennifer Elis and team, White House Design Studio

Photography: Katrina Wallace Photographers

Caterer: Vincent’s on Camelback

When Alex and David said they wanted to get married at the family’s ranch in Page Springs, it came as no surprise. Alex had been raised going to a “ranch” with her family since she was a child, whether to a working cattle ranch or to the family’s Page Springs ranch.

The D.A.Ranch in Page Springs is divided into two areas, one a well-known wedding venue – The Lodge– and the second, a Petznick family getaway. The Lodge was not what Alex had in mind. Her vision became a reality and a venue was constructed in front of the old red barn and the ceremony was built in front of a beautiful tree, which became the theme of the wedding. The couple even “branded” the tree as part of their unity ceremony, adding to the very special day with family and friends.

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Alexandra and her father, Olen Petznick

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David and Alexandra

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The wedding party

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Alexandra with her grandmother, Pat Petznick

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