Modern minimalist earth tone desert wedding inspiration in Joshua Tree, CA
If you saw yesterday’s post, you know we’re on a roll with the whole rust + blush wedding color trend (but more on that later) and we’ve got another gorgeous, unique interpretation of the palette in this chic, minimal editorial Tiarra Sorte captured over in Joshua Tree. Choosing the right venue is so important for setting the tone and design of your wedding—it’s what brings everything together and creates that ambience for your guests. Here, Tiarra + the team below envisioned a couple that was inspired by the earth tones of the desert and built their design around that:
They also wanted to bring more of a refined, modern look to a desert landscape, especially after seeing so many bohemian themed weddings in this area. Really digging this alternative for a desert wedding, aren’t you?
The bride’s Sarah Seven gown adds yet another element of sophistication to the scene.
And how we love minimal, modern wedding invitations, like these by euni + co.
Tiarra says, My vision was to imagine a couple finding a “venue” because it inspired them. They would stay the night before and enjoy their morning together. Details were thought out, and each item planned perfectly.
Not only did the table literally reflect their surroundings, each element involved was inspired by the landscape. Bonus: you can scoop up these tabletop goodies yourself at West Elm!
Details like the groom’s rust-colored attire and the bride’s single flower as a bouquet spoke to the idea of keeping things inspired by earth in a completely different way than you would with a bohemian theme.
Thanks to Tiarra + the folks below for bringing a different kind of wedding to the California desert…
Stay tuned later this morning for more rust + blush wedding inspiration!
Photography: Tiarra Sorte / Location: Joshua Tree, CA / Florist: Rawfinery / Hair & Makeup: Jenny Bowker Makeup / Paper Goods: euni + co / Rentals: Rental Avenue / Tabletop: West Elm / Desserts: Elise Cakes / Wedding Dress: Sarah Seven