Art Deco Inspired

This wedding was one for the books. . . well, seeing as it's only the 2nd year of business for the studio we definitely were over the moon excited to be part of such a large scale production. 

Anyways, less about us, more about this wedding! We took the outdoor lawn of The Phoenician and turned it into a starry night ballroom - no joke. We suspended metal orbs 4' in diameter (basically from the sky), lit thousands of candles, and transformed a venue space like no one had before.  The bride wanted something unique, different, and new . . . and well, we think she got it! 

**Warning: We believe in showing, not telling - so enjoy the  overload of photos and small tidbits of verbage; we promise to only chime in when necessary :) 
The finished starry night outdoor reception space.

The finished starry night outdoor reception space.

Bright & early: constructing 4' metal orbs to suspend above tables and creating the base for the 32' suspension over the Head table. 

The ceremony was after sundown and had a glow created by twinkle lights in the trees, a chandelier above the chuppah, and a candlelit aisle.

Each aisle seat had a simple gold box filled with rose petals and said, "Let's shower Remy & Andy with love on their way out" as the couple made their way to the reception. 

The candlelit escort card table. 

The candlelit escort card table. 

Onto the reception. There were 4 different centerpiece styles: a suspended metal orb - Accent Decor Global Wire Sphere 48", an elevated centerpiece - Accent Decor 32" Paris Stand, a pedestal tray - Accent Decor Chloe Tray, and a candlelit box (repurposed from the ceremony). 

Of course for the head table we had to do something a little bit different... 

The boxwood hedges created the perfect backdrop to showcase the 32' long suspension. 

Wondering about the personal flowers? Complimentary to the color palette, these were slightly more muted, with pops of burgundy and grey. 

Last, but definitely not least, a few "aerials."

And here's a list of all the amazing vendors that we worked with to make this wedding happen - masterminds!  

Choosing a wedding florist – interview with Lisa D. Photography

Choosing a wedding florist – interview with Lisa D. Photography

We were recently asked by Lisa D. of Lisa D. Photography, an Arizona wedding and lifestyle photographer and client of ours, if she could chat with us for a blog post.  Without question, we said YES! We talked about the studio, being an Arizona wedding florist, and what brides should know when choosing a florist (or any vendor for that matter). Here are the highlights of our casual "interview."

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