K, instantly enamored with that pink Tara LaTour gown over here (and wait till you see the back of it). Everything Marisa of Seven Stems brought together for this editorial Evangeline Lane captured over near Joshua Tree was chosen to complement the desert landscape of The Ruin Venue. Whether it’s in your own wedding planning or a dinner party when the temps finally rise, you’ll definitely want to take inspiration from this one…Seven Stems miiight know a thing or two about a pretty bridal bouquet, yeah?
The team also loved the idea of putting on a decadent dinner party in such a simple, natural space. Mission accomplished, as you’ll see totally proven in the details below.
We wanted to create a very romantic feel bringing elegance to such a deconstructed environment, focusing on texture but complementing the colors of the desert. We wanted it to be very inspiring but reachable with a unique dress, lots of accessories… One of a kind but nothing that felt so out of the box that a real bride couldn’t relate or even recreate.
Al fresco desert dining, we’re all over it. Such a unique take on a desert design too.
And you know there’s gotta be a killer cake too, right? Uh huh…
Stunning! Thanks to everyone listed below for coming together for this one…
Photographer: Evangeline Lane / Videographer: Miguel Garcia Studios / Second Shooter: Evan Carter / Venue: The Ruin Venue / Planning & Design Seven Stems / Hair & Makeup: Beauty & The Beach / Paper Goods: Pirouette Paper Company / Bar Signage: Made by Meer / Catering & Mini Desserts: New Food Tuesdayz / Cake: Laura Marie’s Cakes / Rentals: Jake Duke Studios / Vintage China: Cherished Rentals / Dress: Tara LaTour / Bridal Accessories: Petals & Stones / Model: Tawny Raquel