The Big Fake Wedding team has done it again with this big fake micro wedding inspiration shoot. Inspired by the juxtaposition of beautiful colors in the desert, this wedding embodies both mysterious and effortless beauty. The colors range from dusty ambers and oxblood paired with bright skies, sandstone, and cactus the desert naturally provides.
These photos captured by Jessica Jones Photography and I Got Shot by Lisa Marie prove that you don’t have to sacrifice quality to throw a micro wedding. In fact, couples can up the ante with over the top floral arrangements, incredible menus, and fun entertainment like live painting!
The bride was wearing a gorgeous lace off the shoulder wedding dress with sleeves and a train. Her hairstyle was a messy updo. The groom was wearing a light grey suit, a white shirt and black shoes. The bridesmaid was rocking a mint maxi dress. The wedding bouquets were of greenery and some neutral wildflowers.
The wedding arch was decorated with burgundy curtains, pampas grass and candles and a lush dried flower and foliage arrangement in the back. The sweetheart table was accented with a lush floral arrangement with dried and natural blooms and foliage plus candles. Another tablescape was accented with potted succulents and cacti, grey candles and raffia placemats. One more table was lined up with metallic planters and succulents, featured a light table runner and ghost chairs. Instead of a wedding cake, there was a whole arrangement of various desserts to please everyone.