JW Marriott Las Vegas Wedding | Zandra & Tyler

Zandra and Tyler had the most gorgeous classic JW Marriott Las Vegas wedding day! With a stunning venue, it was easy to design a beautiful day that celebrated their love! I was honored to be a small part of their celebration and document their wedding day to be enjoyed for years to come. From the minute I stepped into Zandra’s getting ready suite, I knew it was going to be a really fun day. Zandra and Tyler just love to laugh when they’re together – and that energy spreads to everyone around them. It was truly a happy wedding day for these Las Vegas love birds!

JW Marriott Las Vegas Wedding Day

Zandra and Tyler decided to have a first look to begin their wedding day together. With a late afternoon ceremony, it made sense and was a great way to calm some of those wedding day nerves! We all get them, no shame! I love first looks because they’re a great way to get to spend a little extra time with your (almost) spouse before the wedding officially kicks off! After their first look, it was time for their ceremony. The JW Marriott has such a gorgeous outdoor patio for weddings! It was amazing!!!

Zandra and Tyler decided to have their reception at the JW Marriott too, so everyone was able to head inside for their cocktail hour. With the help of Emily Grace Events, the space was turned into a beautiful, classic reception with blue and ivory details. Everything looked absolutely perfect!!!

Congratulations again, Zandra and Tyler! Your wedding was truly beautiful. I wish you both so many years of love and happiness!

Vendors:

Venue: JW Marriott – Hawthorn Grill

Pianist: Luis Sebastian

Officiant: Rev. James Zito

Bakery: Harrah’s Bakery

Planner: Emily Grace Events

JW Marriott Las Vegas wedding day photographed by Taylor Made Photography

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