Minerals, Modern Florals & Desert Vibes in Palm Springs
Let’s Frolic Together
July 14, 2023
When Cat and Patrick decided to tie the knot, they knew they wanted it to have desert surroundings and all the good vibes. Combining their passions for Mid-century modern design and rockin' music, they embarked on a journey to create a wedding like no other. Ultimately though, they just wanted to rock the desert and throw a great party!
Witchy Wedding with Plants, Crystals and Bridesmaid’s Carrying Sage Bundles
September 14, 2020
Lauren, who is a witch, always wanted a repeating number wedding date so when she married Alex and 22nd February 2020 was an option, she jumped at the chance! They were married at Skylight, an event's space in Denver and were inspired by Lauren's passion for witchcraft as well as plants and crystals for the theme of the day.
Autumnal, Halloween & Geode Themed Wedding with Grandma’s Cookie Recipe
March 30, 2019
Madeline and Patrick wanted their day to be the perfect combination of everything they love. Madeline is studying to become a geologist, so they incorporated lots of geodes, rocks and other fun references to geology throughout their day. “We are also a Halloween obsessed family,” she explained, “so it only felt right to get married as close to Halloween as possible with a bunch of spooky details.”
Minimal Meets Magic & Witchy Wedding
October 17, 2018
There is so much to love about Roxanne and Andrew's wedding and although they got married in June, the witchy theme, which included tarot and crystal elements to the decorations, makes it perfect to share at this time of year! One of the things I love the absolute most about this wedding is how paired back and minimal everything is - less is more and all that! This gorgeous celebration proves that you don't have to go completely overboard with the decor and theme to still have a fantastic looking event,
A Celestial Meets Earthly Styled Shoot
Taken by Sarah
April 30, 2018
What's really beautiful and original about this shoot is how it has cleverly positioned lots of opposites - the hard textures of the geometric ornaments versus soft textures like the velvets, and the earthly rock crystals and smoke next to the heavens and galaxies depicted in the tablecloths. It's created a styling synergy and a very interesting dynamic. Alongside these oppositional details, there are also elements that come together, echo and complement each other, creating yet another line of interest. There's way more here than meets the eye than just pretty styling for its own sake - there are connotations and depth to be experienced and inspired by.