This folksy and dreamy wedding of Lauren and Sean was done with the ultimate desert color palette and we can’t wait to share it with you!
The ultimate desert color palette chosen for the wedding was dusty desert road, marigold, rose gold, and other neutrals to complement the landscape. There was no theme, the couple simply wanted the wedding to reflect them and their relationships—easy and laidback. Pioneertown Ranch was chosen as the wedding venue because it was a blank canvas to create on, and the homestead was exactly the house they’d build and design if it was their own. Their biggest DIY was the unique ceremony backdrop — Sean designed it and Lauren (a hobby woodworker) converted their garage into a workshop so they could built it together. The tablescapes were done with off-white tablecloths, amber glasses, amber and green napkins. The florals were burgundy, blush and there was not only greenery but also pampas grass.
The bride was wearing a simple and modern sheath creamy wedding gown with a high neckline, a cutout back and short sleeves plus a long veil and statement earrings, she added plain white slingbacks. The bridesmaids were wearing mismatching blush and grey maxi gowns. The groom was wearing a muted purple wedding suit with blue tie and white shirt. Take a look at the pics of this wedding and enjoy!