Photography: Brumley & Wells | Event Planning: Celeste Greene: Sustainable Event Design | Floral Design: Soil & Stem | Wedding Dress: C.F. Goldman | Invitations: The Wells Makery | Jewelry: Maiyet | Rings: Mociun | Catering: Brown Brothers Catering | Hair: TX Do Or Die | DJ: DJ Flash & Flare | Groom's Attire: Billy Reid | Venue: Under Canvas | Tent Rental: Under Canvas | Accessories: clyde | Bridal Boutique: assembly new york | First Look: Canyonlands, UT | Rentals: Diamond Rental | Tailor: Ghost Tailor | Transportation + Rafting: Tagalong Expeditions
It was such a wonderful experience hosting and flowering with JeeHyun "Jenny" of Asile Garden all the way from South Korea. We used some of late Fall's best products, like Japanese Anenome, persimmon, and snowberry. My favorite is our color choice for an autumnal arbor!
Thank you to Heather of Heather Nan Photography for these beautiful images.
As seen on Wedding Sparrow here.
This desert elopement inspiration is about evoking an emotion through the native colors and textures of the land. Set in monumental Bryce Canyon, these limestone foundations began over 40 million years ago, and are an example of the incredible sculptures shaped by nature.
By taking queues from the environment, we created a story of these two lovers devote vows taken in nest of desert sagebrush at twilight. Her spindly desert bouquet was softened with an effortless antique silk gown, while hints of desert blue from the distant mountains were woven throughout the film.
Imagery by Jacquelyn Hayward