Keith and Kim years ago, while visiting the Goldfield Ghost Town east of Apache Junction fell in love with the rustic old West church. And said one day they would get married there. Keith having been born and raised in Northern Arizona grew up living the small town, pickup truck, and cowboy boots lifestyle. He even tried his hand a bull riding for a while when he was a teenager. Kim grew up traveling around the country before settling in South Carolina. Where she would meet Keith at work, but always loved the beauty of the desert. Life brought them to Arizona a few years back, and they both knew this would be home for them both forever. And so the wedding planning was on.
The old single room church has that warm and intimate feel to it. A place where love and family seem to just thrive within its wooden plank walls. As you walk the dirt road of this Ghost Town passing by various shops, you find yourself at the top of the hill and right in front of the church. Surrounded by gorgeous desert mountain views. The salon is just across the street and offers the perfect western theme for their wedding. Including a cowboy bartender and barmaids adding to the reception.
Venue: Goldfield Ghost Town
Photographer: Brian Minson Wedding Photography
Officiant: Jeremy Cluff
Cake: Mela Lord
Wood Signs: The Branded Daisy Sign Co.
Flowers: Jodi Peddie Rinke
Men’s Attire: Old West Mercantile
Hair & Makeup: Tera Lee Hall and Emiily Penrod