Desert Wedding Inspiration in Arizona. If you never got the chance to have your dream wedding but always wished you had, this Arizona wedding shoot will give you hope. Created for a friend, this styled shoot let one bride enjoy the excitement of getting married all over again - but with a beautifully designed wedding experience.
The folding wooden chairs were perfect for not only sitting but displaying the bride’s colorful bouquet. The lively collection stood out against the Arizona brush.
The bride embraced her role, looking remarkable with a smoky eye, statement earrings and a free-flowing hairstyle.
Her halter-style gown featured a skirt full of movement and an open back. The colorful bejeweled neckline provided the right amount of glamour and coordinated well with her beaded bangles.
Her skirt even had a surprise – slits that revealed a short skirt underneath. This modern design is fun, fabulous and functional for the arid landscape.
She even had the chance to wear a long traditional veil as she held her bouquet and soaked in the bridal feeling.
The bride grabbed her groom’s hand as they looked towards the reception table set just for them. The tablescape featured pink and purple flowers, a burlap and lace runner, tall white tapers, and goblets.
The china was a striking collection of turquoise-colored plates, complete with a colorful program.
With the groom dressed in all black and the bride dressed in white, they made a striking yet picture-perfect pair.
The bride wrapped her arms around his neck and they slow danced to music only they could hear.
There’s no timetable or deadline when it comes to love and marriage. This desert wedding inspiration proves that if you don’t get the chance to have a wedding when you first say "I do," it’s never too late to make it happen.