The Oasis at Wild Horse Ranch, Tucson, AZ – a stunning venue surrounded by picturesque desert landscapes – was the perfect backdrop for Elizabeth and Justin's wedding day.

Born and raised in Reno, NV, Elizabeth and Justin currently call Tucson, AZ their home, and it was there that they met through the dating app Coffee Meets Bagel just over two years ago.

Their first date was at a tea shop called Scented Leaf in downtown Tucson, which went so well that they extended it over dinner at HUB just a few buildings down. From there, their relationship blossomed, and Justin knew that Elizabeth was the one for him. He took her out to dinner at a local historic hotel where he first told her that he loved her. The proposal was perfect, with Justin coordinating with Elizabeth's parents to record the proposal and surprise her afterwards.

Elizabeth is a nurse and working on her bachelor's at ASU, while Justin is a telescope operator. They share a love of running, exploring, and traveling together, as well as checking out local breweries and binge-watching TV shows. They're a fun-loving couple who don't take themselves too seriously and love to make each other laugh. They also have a passion for the environment and try to live as sustainably as possible.

Their wedding day was filled with special moments, including the first looks, moments with family while getting ready, and their first and last dance. The day was captured beautifully by the talented wedding photographer who was there to capture the love and happiness shared between Elizabeth and Justin. From the stunning desert landscapes to the intimate moments shared with family and friends, every aspect of the day was captured beautifully.

As the sun set over the desert landscape, Elizabeth and Justin celebrated their love surrounded by the people they cherish most. It was a day filled with joy, laughter, and unforgettable memories that they'll cherish for years to come. Congratulations, Elizabeth and Justin – may your love continue to grow stronger with each passing day!