Nestled in the stunning landscapes of Scottsdale, Arizona, the Sanctuary Resort Camelback Mountain played host to a mesmerizing spring wedding adorned with the exquisite floral designs of Array Design. From the ethereal bouquet to the enchanting ceremony and the captivating reception, every detail spoke of elegance and natural beauty.
The bride’s bouquet, an exquisite ensemble of spirea, frill tulips, white and quicksand roses, and butterfly ranunculus, set the tone for the day. The ceremony space was adorned with two majestic, lush columns featuring an array of spirea, Italian ruscus, eucalyptus, and a delicate touch of blush pink accents. Ground arrangements on the aisle complemented the scene perfectly.
Transitioning seamlessly to the cocktail hour, small bud vases adorned the tables, setting an intimate and charming atmosphere. As the evening unfolded into the reception, the floral columns and arrangements found new homes behind and in front of the sweetheart table, while round tables boasted a mix of white and pink floral centerpieces, delicate bud vases, and warm candlelight.
The array of floral elements, from the lush greenery to the delicate blooms, encapsulated the season’s essence, creating an ambiance of pure enchantment. This spring wedding Sanctuary Resort Camelback Mountain wedding was an ode to the beauty of spring and the celebration of love. It truly was an unforgettable sight to behold, a momentous occasion woven with natural splendor and heartfelt joy.
Are you ready for Allison to help you create a cohesive design that highlights your unique love story? No need to scour the internet trying to decide what would be the best fit for your big day. Allison and the Array Design team are here to help you every step of the way.
Planner | Your Jubilee
Photographer | Ryann Lindsey
Florist | Array Design
Hair and Makeup | Le Beige Beauty
Second Dress | Effie Katsaounis
Suits | Celebrity Tux and Tails
Signage | Etchings by Emma
Linen | BBJ LaTavola
Cake | A Bake Shop
DJ | Bella Sano
Video | Serendipity Cinema