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Paige and Jake's Micro-Wedding at the Lost Dutchman Park in Apache Junction, Arizona



One of the best thing about micro-weddings is the ability to customize it in a unique way that perfectly reflects who we are. Paige and Jake did just that. They organized an intimate and beautiful wedding at the Lost Dutchman State Park in Apache Junction, Arizona. Only the people who needed to be there were there and everyone celebrated their union with love. They were ready to be husband and wife despite the hundred degrees Phoenix weather and the little hike we had to take for their photos.


Weddings of this size feels perfect in so many ways starting with the low level of stress leading up to it and the high level of presence from everyone. Paige and Jake had family, friends and loved ones close to them without distractions, loud music from the Deejay, special announcements, happy hours deadlines, wedding timelines to follow etc.… Really, this was a very relax day to celebrate two beautiful souls in love.


This was my first wedding at the Lost Dutchman State Park and I would definitely recommend it to anyone thinking about getting married.


Paige connected with me online back in October 2020, and immediately reached out to me to book her Wedding Photography. She already knew what she wanted and had a clear vision of her wedding would look like. Our initial consultation was fun and easy. I so much appreciate her cooperation, communication, and easy attitude towards her big day.


It was an honor to capture their wedding day. Thank you Paige and Jake for trusting me and for choosing to work with me. Below are a few of their Wedding photos. Feel free to share them and reach out to me as needed.

Lost Dutchman State Park, 6109 N Apache Trail, Apache Junction, AZ 85119


Photos by Antonio Medina

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About this location: Lost Dutchman State Park is a 320-acre state park located near the Superstition Mountains in central Arizona, USA, and named after the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine, a famous gold mine legendary among the tales of the Old West. It is accessible about 40 miles east of Phoenix via U.S. Highway 60, the Superstition Freeway.



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