We’ve fawned over our share of perfectly boho Joshua Tree weddings here at 100LC, but what we love about this desert-inspired design that Heather Anderson Photography and Fawn Events sent over is the elegance they added to the landscape. A formal bride and groom and a luxe, romantic tablescape? Not something you see everyday in the desert, that’s for sure! See what we mean in these photos…
The team created an invitation suite with an antique and organic feel to embody the natural elements of the landscape.
The Ruin Venue is an amazing creative space filled with original works for art and antiques all set on a magical 130 acres in Joshua Tree. The property has beautiful natural elements such as massive boulders, flora, and fauna that we wanted to be sure to capture. So, of course, we had the adventures couple climb the boulders for a few epic shots. The venue captures the whimsical free spirit of the desert and we wanted the bride’s two-piece boho-inspired dress to show off that free spirit as well!F & N Custom Designs created the modern, geometric ceremony structure that My Sun & Stars adorned with flowers.
Remember these bright blooms we previewed on our Insta? Still swooning!
Love us a good black wedding cake! Smitten with these two Intricakes beauties as well:
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Thanks to Heather and the talented folks below for inspiring us today…
Photography: Heather Anderson Photography / Venue: The Ruin Venue / Planning & Design:Fawn Events / Workshop Host: Alicia Mink / Floral Design: My Sun & Stars / Beauty: The Face of Beauty / Cakes: Intricakes / Rentals: Something Borrowed Party Rentals / Tabletop: West Elm / Linen: La Tavola Linen / Ceremony Structure: F & N Custom Designs / Gowns: Archive Bridal / Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes / Custom Veils: Veiled Beauty / Accessories: Petals and Stones / Groom’s Attire: Stitch and Tie / Rings: Susie Saltzman / Models: Liberty Netuschil & Garrett Morosky