Nature, in itself, is both simple and beautiful. This is what event designers Victory & Co. Events said when they described the inspiration behind this ultra-modern and incredibly beautiful wedding inspiration.
The team at Victory & Co. chose The Grandeur House as their venue because of its blank canvas vibes. As a result, the striking color palette and eclectic details were able to stand out and take center stage. We are LOVING all of the natural elements they brought into the design such as handmade terracotta name cards, dried flowers mixed with bright white fresh varieties and even real sand
The more muted invitations by Paper Supply Co. stand out beautifully against the primary terra cotta hue. The stylists created clay name cards and even hand-crafted sculptures inspired by the Arches! The team continued the theme of natural elements with the lounge setup. They brought to the lounge setup a lovely shade of rust and a southwest vibe. Surrounding the lounge were handmade pottery and wonderful floor arrangements of dried leaves and foliage, reminding us of the pops of life in the White Sands.
The tablescape was full of handmade things like ceramic vases with a lovely blend of colors with the modern white and desert oranges. The stylists incorporated a stone washed linen tablecloth and napkins. The napkins were topped with handmade clay name place cards, also made by the local potter. The glasses used were handmade of ankole cow horn, a perfect touch of the southwest while handmade ceramic candle holders lined the table, bringing the tablescape to a whole new modern level.