It was after Judd returned from the navy that he met Kyndall. They were introduced by their mutual best friends… who happened to be married. It was inevitable that Judd and Kyndall would get along, after all… they already shared a huge common denominator of friendship. While Kyndall resisted initially, it wasn’t long before she and Judd both realized they were meant to be together.
Flash forward several years to February. Judd had a plan to propose. He had thought it out perfectly and couldn’t wait to surprise Kyndall. He was going to cook a romantic home cooked meal and ask her to marry him on Valentines day which also happened to be their first date seven years before. Unfortunately, Judd and Kyndall both came down with a horrible cold virus. Despite this, Judd knew that he still wanted the most important part of his plan to happen.
Although she was still feeling under the weather, Judd insisted that Kyndall open her gifts for Valentines Day. Judd handed her a present that contained a t-shirt that said “Future Mrs. Morgan” and then following that asked her to marry him! Looking back on his proposal, Kyndall recalls it as absolutely perfect and said she wouldn’t have wanted it any other way.
I loved photographing Judd and Kyndall’s wedding day. From Judd instantly embracing her during their first look to their sweet and funny all at the same time ceremony, it was a wonderful day. While I could go on and on about it, I’ll let the photographs speak for themselves. Congratulations Judd and Kyndall, I hope you’re having an incredible time in Scottsdale!
Venue: Pear Tree Estate
Videography: Tori Beach Videography
Florals: Flora Design Studio
Cake Artist: Sweet Designs
Music: Crash Events
Makeup Artist: Gina Romine
Hair Artist: Christina Henry
Wedding Dress Designer: Essence of Australia
Bridal Party Attire: Michelle’s Bridal & Tuxedo
Wedding Rings: Ethan Lord
Stationary: Tonic Ideas