Chic Winter Wedding at The Clayton House

Feb 15

Nestled in scenic Scottsdale, Arizona, The Clayton House played host to a chic winter wedding, where the floral brilliance transformed the venue into a modern wonderland. The couple opted for a sophisticated color palette of white, black, and green, setting the stage for an elegant affair.

The all-white floral design, featuring an array of blooms like ranunculus, larkspur, stock, playa roses, limonium, campanula, queen anne’s lace, baby’s breath, scabiosa, and dried ruscus, added a touch of timeless beauty.

During the whimsical ceremony, two tall black exposed floral columns framed the couple amidst an editorial-style setup. White rose petals lined the aisle, leading to back-of-aisle floral arrangements that echoed the whimsical vibe.

Transitioning into the reception, floral columns adorned the sweetheart table, while each round table boasted a floral centerpiece in clear and white vases, adding to the modern aesthetic. Every place setting was adorned with a delicate spray of baby’s breath, adding a final touch of elegance to this chic winter wedding at The Clayton House.

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. 

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Planner | Your Jubilee

Photographer | Rich Faiva

Florist | Array Design

Venue | The Clayton House

Video | RC Creative Media Co

DJ | Got You Covered Music

Rentals | The Event Co Karma Event Productions

Dress | Luv Bridal Madi Lane Bridal

Shoes | Badgley Mischka Bride

Cake | Ruze Cakehouse

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