This beautiful wedding is filled with personalities, travel finds and showed off a vintage flair. Let’s take a look at this wedding of Alex and Christina.
Alex and Christina infused design details that were meaningful to their relationship, specifically based on their travels and where they’re from. The venue was chosen with the perfect balance of city meets desert and mountains. They incorporated southwestern flair into the wedding featuring cactus, juniper and pine into the decor. There was an incredible backdrop of greenery and succulents plus candles and burgundy blooms in tall vases. The table settings were done with cacti, dark burgundy blooms and grey napkins.
The clever DIY elements made the day uniquely personal, and their chic style totally sealed the deal. The groom made over 100 jars of prickly pear jam and the bride hand dyed over 100 napkins, and she also designed all the paper goods, signage and escort display. The wedding cake was a white one, with caramel drippings, gold leaf and fresh greenery and blooms on top, it perfectly showed off the boho feel of the desert.
Christina was wearing a high-low gown by Delphine Manivet with a small train, lace and gold strappy shoes and rocked a wavy hairstyle. For the reception she changed for a white jumpsuit. The groom was rocking a black tux, and so were the groomsmen. The bridesmaids were rocking mismatching burgundy gowns, very chic ones, that echoed with burgundy blooms here and there. Get your Pin button ready to steal some cool ideas!