We’ve got a La Quinta Resort and Club wedding with desert sunset inspired colors! The couple wanted colors that evoked the warm tones and landscape of the desert surrounding the venue. Her bouquet was filled to the brim with blush mums, peach ranunculus, rain tree pods and taupe Lisianthus flowers. We mixed in some beautifully dried fern that is naturally dried by Velvet Curation Co. As a floral designer always striving for sustainable designs for my clients (and the planet) it’s so important to source dried ingredients that haven’t been dyed or bleached. This was very important to this couple as well! Her. bouquet is topped off with gorgeous ribbon from Tono & Co. Lets check out these gorgeous lovers!
The bride chose a chic, modern dress and the groom wore a tan suit. The colors just pop against their beautiful style.
The wedding party was nothing short of – well, a party! The bridesmaids wore an assortment of dresses in terra cotta, rust and olive colors. Everything came together beautifully with the colors of everyone’s outfits! Hair and makeup were beautifully done by Artistry by Samantha Rae and Beauty by Ruby Cruz.
The couple opted for growing garden florals for their aisle entrance, all of the copper, rust and blush florals punctuated the lawn at their ceremony site. The best part about ground florals is we can repurpose them for your reception, which you’ll see when you keep scrolling!
We got to flower this half crescent arch the couple bough on etsy. It frames the beautiful mountains and surrounding landscape beautifully. All of the florals were done without floral foam. We never use floral foam in any of our designs. These were designed with Agra Wool, moss and chicken wire.
We kept things understated and delicate for the reception florals. Light, airy blooms in bud vases lined the center of the long tables and were clustered together on the round tables. Accompanied by bronze tapers and candles from Yummi Candles in the color “Sandstone.” The ceremony florals were repurposed at the bar and the Sweetheart Table. We love giving ceremony florals their “second act” in the reception. Keep in mind your florist and/or their team will need to stay on site to make this happen and ensure the designs complement their new spots.
The way photographer Schaelynne from Dehaan Photo captured the couple, their loved ones and all of this beautiful desert light was amazing.
Everything came together seamlessly thanks to their planner Carissa from Everly by MGE. Thanks to an amazing team and fun couple, this wedding turned out to be colorful and so much fun!
Urban Marigold is a floral design studio obsessed with color, impact and sustainable design practices that embody you.