How to create a desert-inspired wedding at an indoor venue
Hope you all had a lovely Memorial Day despite these strange times, Cakies. These desert inspired wedding ideas Unions With Celia and Inner Images Photography sent our way show how organically couples can bring the outside in for their weddings. They’re lush, folksy, and perfect for adorning an intimate indoor venue like Greenhouse Two Rivers in Highlandville, MO!
Do we have any brides dreaming up PINK HAIR for the the big day? It’s beyond gorg on our bride Amber above!
Rachel of Everglow Handmade was behind this desert inspired invitation suite.
Which floral display from Rosewood Floral is your fave? Love how these ceremony blooms make their indoor venue look so lush.
Not to mention all this greenery.
Celia of Unions With Celia, For this editorial shoot we feature the beauty and vastness of the desert and how love can be found even in dry places. We use a mixture of dried and fresh florals with lush greens for abundant and surprising floral pieces. For a twist, we chose two hanging stained glass pieces as the custom signage behind the sweetheart table. The pieces replicate the sun tucking behind red rocks found in the southwest. We had a lot of fun collaborating to create something unique, wild, and resonant.
This ochre suit jacket was *just made* for the desert groom, no?
Gloss Makeup & Hair channeled the look with more dusty, romantic hues.
See more ideas for designing a desert wedding indoors, with a peek at our gallery below!
Fabulous work, Celia + team!
Photography: Inner Images Photography / Venue: Greenhouse Two Rivers in Highlandville, MO / Planner + Designer: Unions With Celia / Floral Designer: Rosewood Floral and Branson Party Rentals / Hair + Makeup: Gloss Makeup & Hair / Signage: Reverie Decor / Styling + Canvas Artist: Wildly Collective / Paper Goods: Everglow Handmade / Cake Designer: European Cafe / Lounge Rentals: Moon City Rentals / Tabletop Rentals: Host / Dress: Bride KC / Tux: The Black Tux / Couple: Amber & Chris McGuire