Updated: Jul 15, 2019
I have to admit, this day didn't start as planned. The forecast called for rain, which we've had a lot of this year. Rain is all fine when you've got a solid rain plan, but when you're out in the middle of Joshua tree National Park, there is no such thing. 5:00 AM and it's pouring and windy. I'm still in LA, waiting to drop the flowers to the event designer, Laureanne.
But, like any good love story, the rain parted and the skies cleared perfectly soft and cloudy. A breeze blew just enough to set the flowers alive with movement! I'm sure Laureanne and her team of photographers were in heaven! I mean, just look at this next photo! Kinda perfect.
Here is a close up of the desert boho bouquet made with succulents, garden roses, rose hips, anemone and fresh eucalyptus.
Can you feel the love? It's radiating!
One of my favorite details from this wedding is this simple little flower crown made for the flower girl.
Lana, the bride, wanted to keep the ceremony rustic, simple and feel like it belonged in the desert. We chose a coral and blush color palette, complimented with silvery grey greens and succulents.
The Vendors that helped with this gorgeous day are:
White Wedding Dress| @edith_elan
Pink Bridesmaid Gown | @fashionnova
Sign | @oaktreeinvitations
Models | Lana Fabek @lana_fabek (wearing white dress)
Tino Handy | @mr.mtino
Alia | @_aliaoe_
Macrame Veil and Earrings| @kn0tty_by_nature
Photographers| Laureanne Villarosa @laureannevillarosa & Brianna Michelle
Styled by Laureanne Villarosa @laureannevillarosa