The Wedding Tree

I’m so happy we ended up here.

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On November 22, 2014, Scott walked Haley up to a huge open field with a giant cottonwood tree in the center, known as The Wedding Tree.

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 On the tree were pictures of Scott and Haley, along with tickets and other mementos from their first date.
Under the tree sat a picnic basket and tablecloth with flower petals and champagne.
By the time Haley realized that this was all for her, she turned around to see Scott on one knee and a beautiful diamond ring in his hand.

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He asked her to be his forever and she, of course, said YES!

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Photo Credit | Danielle Applebach

Location | Tucson Museum of Arts

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