Spring is a beautiful time for a wedding, and one particularly stunning celebration took place at the DC Ranch Country Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. The floral color palette for this event was white and green, with pops of blue thistles, and the stunning arrangements were a highlight of the day.
The ceremony took place under a beautiful chuppah adorned with greenery and a spray of white flowers in the top left corner, top beam, and side beam. The gate behind the chuppah was covered in smilax greenery, and large back of aisle pieces added an extra touch of elegance.
For the reception, multiple bar and accent flower arrangements added a organic blooms to the already stunning venue. The stage where the band played was adorned with 25 feet of florals, creating a truly enchanting atmosphere for guests. The reception itself took place on the courtyard, with very minimal and clean tablescapes featuring mostly wood, metal, and glass details.
The rehearsal dinner was held at Andaz, and the bright blooms in bud vases and cactus centerpieces were a perfect match for the desert landscape surrounding the venue. Overall, this wedding was a breathtaking display of natural beauty and elegant design.
In conclusion, this spring wedding at DC Ranch Country Club in Scottsdale, Arizona was a truly magical experience. From the stunning floral arrangements to the minimal and clean tablescapes, every detail of this celebration was designed to create an atmosphere of enchantment and elegance.
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Photographer | Cameron Clark Photography
Venue | DC Ranch Country Club
Planning & Design | Heirlooms Design (with special Co-partner Party Plans 2)
Floral Design | Array Design
Rentals | Found Rental Co. Prim Design Company Bright Event Rentals
Linens | BBJ La Tavola
Day-Of Paper Goods | Celebrations in Paper
Music | Jordan Kahn Orchestra
Styling | Sophie Strauss Styling