26 Oct

Palm Springs, we love you. You’re always sunny, you’re glittered with retro glam, and you’re home to The Parker - a secret hideaway for any and all Jonathan Adler lovers alike. If you’re at all into the groovy stylings of Mr. Adler, then this could also be your dream venue. It’s the type of place you walk into, and think, “I need to get married here” (true words spoken by our bride). After Jessie + Jon fell in love with The Parker, a fun, modern with a touch of kitsch, wedding was born. Clearly a photographer who is just as fab and knows the venue like the back of her hand would do the trick. Enter, Sarah Yates!

modern palm springs wedding

modern palm springs wedding

To avoid spending lots of money on flowers at the alter, and make the ceremony area feel like an outdoor living room, Cortnie of Canvas and Canopy came up with the idea to hang vintage inspired lampshades behind the couple.

modern palm springs wedding

modern palm springs wedding

“When life gives you lemons make spiked Arnold Palmers” – yes!

modern palm springs wedding

modern palm springs wedding

modern palm springs wedding

The place card table was so perfectly Palm Springs. Framed photos of old Hollywood movie stars and singers that spent a lot of their time in PS sat pretty with a sign reading, “You’re invited to dine with the Stars of Hollywood’s Playground”.

modern palm springs wedding

Let’s talk about those napkins and those hands! Renting napkins can be expensive and limiting. Jessie decided to make her own. She ordered different prints, and got a seamstress to hem the edges and iron them. The modern graphics add just the right amount of pop to the tables, and the best part? She gets to keep them to reuse at her next party.

Now, those ceramic hands. This must be the “touch of kitsch” they were talking about. They’re actually jewelry stands from Urban Outfitters that were used to hold all the food labels. Aren’t they great?

modern palm springs wedding

To dine at these gorgeous tables! The metallic vases were from Ross, while most of the white vases were from Home Goods, but also thrift stores and Cortnie’s personal collection. The combo of eclectic vases + couture floral designs by JL Designs and Events is killing us.

modern palm springs wedding

modern palm springs wedding

modern palm springs wedding

Jessie + Jon, we’re positive Mr. Adler would be proud! Congratulations!

Photography: Sarah Yates, Birds of a Feather / Venue: The Parker Palm Springs / Wedding coordinator: Ashley Stone from Something Blue / Event design: Canvas and Canopy / Flowers: JL Designs and Events / DJ: Michael Antonia, The Flashdance / Rentals: Poko Event Productions / Catering: Patty Gleeson at The Parker / Hair: Matthew Williams / Makeup: Elle Leary /  Bride’s dress: Vera Wang from Glamour Closet in LA / Seamstress: Anne Fiser from A Stitch in Time / Shoes: BCBG / Groom’s suit: Hugo Boss, shirt: custom made from Astor & Black, tie: Thomas Pink / Submitted By: Be Inspired PR

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Comments

  1. The wedding was as spectacular as it looks in pictures… The details were perfect and you can’t see it here, but there was a mean dance party to boot.

  2. Thanks so much for the feature! :) The graphics were done by Printed Palette Ink :) http://www.etsy.com/shop/printedpaletteink

  3. Love all the pretty colors! That pink-hued photo of the couple is to die for!

  4. This wedding has the best color palette. I am definitely borrowing some color inspiration for my own wedding!

  5. Those straw flags and that chess set are so adorable!

  6. My god, her ring is gorgeous! Where is it from?

  7. The colors are amazing! I love the chandeliers hanging .

  8. Oh wow, this is great!

  9. Such fresh, fun colors and details! Love the retro Hollywood resort vibe of Palm Springs.

  10. @Jessica – HI this is Jessie, Thank you for the flatting comment about my ring. It’s a 1930′s dinner ring that I found online by searching In Style’s wedding page about 2 years ago. It was featured from a jewelry store in NY called Doyle & Doyle. I looked all over for the perfect vintage ring and as soon as I spotted it I knew we had to order it. Doyle & Doyle has a great return policy and everyone that works there was super helpful and nice. Best of luck!! http://www.doyledoyle.com/

  11. I’m obsessed with that gold sequin tablecloth! It would make such a fab accessory for any party.

    ~Stop Me if You’ve Heard This One

  12. That ring! Those shoes! This wedding! Are you serious? There are not enough exclaimation points in the world!

  13. This wedding is stunning. The gold sparkle table cloth photo at the end is really the icing on the cake…. also the cake on the table.

  14. Lovely high heals!

  15. I really love the color pallette.

  16. Over the top palm springs awesomeness! The bright colors are so fun – and a gold sequin tablecloth for the cake table?! YES PLEASE!

  17. This was one of my faves to work on this year! Thank you ladies for featuring our work! Xoxo, C

  18. There are so many things about this wedding that I love down to the little details (drink stirrers). Love the patterned napkins and the chairs.

  19. The details are really fantastic and fun. Love the sofa and coffee table on the lawn!

  20. Simply amazing Hollywood regency glam.. I love the Jonathan Adler feel. The flowers and design are amazing. Everything is perfection to the max!!

  21. What a glamorous wedding! Everything looks beautiful!

  22. That lounge furniture is fantastic!

  23. The details are so fun, i really like the hands holding the menus! And those chess pieces are to die for!

  24. This is a to die for wedding! Talk about a dream team of vendors… you guys killed it!

  25. Absolutely adore the color scheme and so perfect for Palm Springs! Beautifully coordinated as always

  26. I love that cute chair with the fruit! its so sweet! makes the color pop!

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  28. I am curious as to where you bought the fabric for the napkins. I love love love that idea. Did you sew on the stripe to the other fabric? Do you make sure you look for a specific type of fabric? I would learn how to hem and iron if I can have napkins like that!

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