There is no place like the great canyons of Arizona to prove that even nature’s most rugged of all features can exude a soft romance when the light hits just so. The team behind today’s inspiration set out to create a styled shoot with a juxtaposing vision: from sweet gazes against sharp cliffs, to billowing linens resting on gravel + rocks, or desert blooms amidst the sand and stone…we love it all!
Designed by Deanna Nash Events, the final outcome of the shoot was meant to echo, to some extent, the natural patterns and colors of the canyons. (Just wait until you see the cake!) Captured at Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, and Horsehoe Bend, the team tells us: We hoped to inspire brides to be adventurous and to find natural beauty—wherever your is wedding set!
Let’s have a look at the photos from The Argus Image!
Laceroots created a sweet bouquet and centerpiece with colors that match the canyon at dusk.
This stunning lace + chiffon gown by Chantel Lauren is the perfect amount of whimsy! And we love the bride’s natural hair and make up by Amanda Kositzky.
Could you imagine dinner with this view?! This sweet vintage chairs (hello, pop of blue!) are from Found Vintage Rentals.
As if it were carved right from the canyon, The Kak Shop designed this AMAZING geode cake!
We’ll never get tired of couples portraits at Antelope Valley! SO epic!
Absolutely lovely. Thanks to the entire team for sharing such an inspired shoot!
photography: The Argus Image // event design: Deanna Nash // florals: Laceroots // wedding dress: Chantel Lauren // bride’s ring: Onata Jewelry & Jana Conner // hair stylist: Amanda Kositzky // makeup artist: Amanda Kositzky // groom attire: Friar Tux // paper goods: Momental Designs // cake: The Kak Shop // tabletop rentals: Town & Country Event Rentals // furniture rentals: Found Vintage Rentals // linen rentals: Taftyli // specialty rentals: HelloPosh // models: Roxanne Morrison and Christian Aragon