With love and joy

you are invited to the wedding of

A DESERT OASIS LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE SAGUARO NATIONAL PARK

12051 W Fort Lowell RD

Tucson, AZ 85743

OVERVIEW

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STAY

SCHEDULE

We encourage everyone to stay on site with us at JTH. We will have the entire property to ourselves. There are six suites which all have their own private bathrooms + kitchenettes. There will be plenty of food + beverages to enjoy for the duration of the stay. Instead of a wedding gift, we ask that each couple contribute $250 to cover their stay.

Check in is at 3pm on Wednesday, November 2nd. There will be an arrival dinner for everyone that evening. The wedding ceremony will be at 3:30pm on Thursday, November 3rd. Check out will be the following morning, Friday, by 11am.

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AIRPORT INFORMATION

ATTIRE + WHAT TO BRING

The closest airport is the Tucson International Airport, which is about 40 minutes from the venue. There is free parking on the property if you decide to rent a car.

Please bring a formal outfit for the wedding ceremony. We would love if everyone could wear neutrals/earth tones (sorry, it's the photographer in me). The sun will be setting around 6pm and it will get chilly in the evening, so be sure to bring a sweatshirt + jacket. There are hiking areas and a small pool if you'd like to bring activewear or a swimsuit. We will be supplying all food + drinks.

AGENDA

WEDNESDAY | November 2

- CHECK IN AT 3pm

- WELCOME DINNER

THURSDAY | NOVEMBER 3

- Ceremony at 3:30pm

FRIDAY | NOVEMBER 4

- CHECK OUT BY 11AM

MENU

By Chef Ezra

STARTER

Salad with mortia chili caesar croutons

MAIN

flour and corn tortillas

pollo asado

carnitas

calabacitas

SIDES

ranchero beans

salsas and condimentos

Dessert

mesquite pavlova with lime mousse and grilled MANGO

LOCAL SHOPS

RESTAURANTS

DESERT MUSEUM | Mostly outdoors, here you’ll find cactus gardens, native wildlife, and events related to Sonoran plants and animals. They serve lunch as well­—it’s only 10 minutes from the inn!

SEIS KITCHEN | Great Mexican food for casual lunch or dinner in Mercado San Agustin’s courtyard.

PENCA | They have great tacos and sangria!

BARRIO BREAD | One of our two favorite spots for bread in town. The loaves here even have Saguaro cacti stamped on them.

MONSOON CHOCOLATE | Heavenly chocolates of all kinds, including various kinds of hot chocolate.

WHISKEY DEL BAC DISTILLERY | Get the Whiskey Del Bac Dorado Mesquite Smoked Single Malt. Saturdays are a great time to go for a tasting.

OWLS CLUB | Cocktail bar in an old funeral home.

FALORA | If you’re craving pizza, this is the spot! Say hi to the owner, Ari for us.

TIME MARKET | Well curated provisions. Grab a slice of pizza there, or bring some wine and cheese back to the inn. Don't miss the walnut bread if they haven't sold out for the day yet!

EXO | Delicious coffee shop by day, and mezcal bar by night. This is the coffee we supply here at The JTH!

FIVE POINTS | Healthy local breakfast and lunch options. Their breakfast salad is our favorite.

AVENUE | Beautifully curated women’s clothing, accessories, and home goods.

MIDTOWN MERCANTILE MERCHANTS | There’s a little bit of everything here, much like shopping at a flea market. Each vendor has a distinct personality, but our favorite vendors have vintage furniture, desert books, and handmade ceramics and baskets.

MSA ANNEX | If you want to get a good overall sense of the design and food culture in Tucson, head here. So many of our favorite local designers have shops here! Make sure to stop by Mesa when you're there.

DESERT VINTAGE | Beautifully curated vintage clothing.

BHAVA WELLNESS | Mystical objects for healing, and natural decor for the home.

NEARBY TRAILS

HUGH NORRIS | 9 mile moderate to difficult out and back trail with beautiful views of Saguaros and rock formations.

KING CANYON | 7 mile moderate out and back trail. We like to hike through the canyon itself to see all of the evidence of rainwater in the forms of plant and wildlife.

VALLEY VIEW | .8 mile out and back. Valley View Overlook is a short trail which takes less than 30 minutes to hike, but ideally plan for a little longer so you can spot the native plant life along the trail and stop to sit on the bench at the top and enjoy the views.

SIGNAL HILL | .5 mile easy trail that leads to the top of a small hill covered in petroglyphs.

ROMERO CANYON TRAIL | 5.5 mile moderate out and back trail with incredible views that leads up to Romero pools.

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