Most people associate spring with enjoying the beautiful warmer outdoors after winter. This Desert Botanical Gardens spring brunch wedding met that perfectly. What a joy getting to enjoy the gorgeous scenery of all the plants during a bright sun shining Arizona morning. I am also a huge fan of brunch! It was a wonderful way to celebrate this couple’s love.
The flowers at this Desert Botanical Gardens spring brunch wedding included lush roses, ranunculus, Italian ruscus greens and pops of yellow craspedia balls. The bride carried a large garden style bouquet of orange, yellow and dark burgundy ranunculus. The bridesmaid bouquets complimented the bridal bouquet, but included more white throughout against their colorful dresses. They donned fun dresses of burgundy, yellow, orange, rust and rose colors. Bright yellow craspedia balls and a spray rose were used for the boutonnieres.
The ceremony took place at Desert Botanical Gardens’ Wildflower Pavilion. Framing the couple was an overhead floral installation. Greenery draped down on both sides for a natural look. The installation also served as an overhead backdrop to the couple during the reception with their sweetheart table placed underneath. A lush greenery and floral garland was draped over their table, in the same style as the arrangement above. The entrance of the aisle floral accents became the guest table centerpieces, in terracotta vases. Cute personalized cactus place settings met each guest at their seat.
It was a joyful celebration for this couple amid all of the color and stunning backdrops.
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Coordinator | A Day to Cherish
Venue | Desert Botanical Gardens
Photographer | Ryan Nicole Photography
Floral | Array Design
Hair & Makeup | Amanda Victoria Beauty
Rentals | Event Rents