Seema and Spencer’s massive four-event wedding featured a wonderful fusion of eastern and western cultural traditions! These events were way too beautiful to clump together in one large post, so let’s take a look at their breathtaking Christian Ceremony first!
Featured on the lawn of the JW Marriott Phoenix Ridge, the hotel’s natural backdrop was perfect for our colorfully designed ceremony design. The altar placed an emphasis on natural beauty, using vintage furniture with colorful arrangements. Pink and orange rose petals ran along the length of the aisle and reached the main focal point: a vintage dresser with large urns, aged finials, lanterns, and candles, and assorted florals. Take a look at more beautiful close ups below!!
We just fell in love with the lounge area for this event! We recreated an indoor living area in an outdoor setting and it was so gorgeous- don’t you think?! We continued the theme of the wedding, using white antique furniture. The frame had a gorgeous floral bundle placed at the top left white the tabletops featured assorted finials, lanterns, and more florals. As the day went on, more and more guests began using this set as a photoshoot backdrop! So fun and it served its purpose in more ways than one! Your lounge seating is definitely where most guests will sit and take in their environment, so of course it should be just as beautiful as the rest of the event!
Seema’s bouquet featured a mixture of fragrant bay laurel, garden roses, regular roses, tulips, ranunculus, and anemones. The vibrant and colorful pinks, oranges, and greens contrasted wonderfully with the lighter tulips and anemones. The balance came together to create one of our favorite bouquets yet!
The aisle, every few feet, had a delicate balance of antique and aged props mixed in with fresh coordinating florals. In the Arizona heat, our flowers stayed vibrant and lively with the help of a ton of water! The use of different furniture along the aisle kept the ceremony interesting and fun to look at- nothing was mundane, nothing was repeated, and everything was beautiful!
Take a look at this beautiful cinematography from NoBox Films!
Photography: Nadia D. Photography
Videography: Tod & Krisanna Moven at NoBox Films
DJ/Lighting: 3D Sounds