Guin and Eric traveled to Las Vegas from Atlanta for their wedding celebration at The Springs Preserve. They wanted their guests to experience a wedding like nothing they had seen before so their choice of venue was perfect. Guin wished to bring in desert elements such as succulents and cactus but still with plenty of charm.
The bridal bouquet was filled with lots of textural elements such as succulents, privet berry, wheat, scabiosa pods, hellaboris, and queen anns lace with pops of coral spray roses to add a touch of color. We wrapped it up with ivory burlap to compliment the look perfectly.
This ceremony set up is one of my favorites we have done at The Springs Preserve. Patina galvanized buckets overflowing with babies breath lined the aisle leading up to the beautiful arbor. We used burlap to drape the structure and then added a garland of pretty greens to tie it in with the surrounding nature of the venue. Two large floral arrangements and a chandelier were added to finish off the look.
The Groom’s one request was that we added cactus into the florals so for the centerpieces we did just that. Teal concrete planters filled with succulents, cactus and florals brought the beauty of the Las Vegas desert into their reception. Bistro lights by LED Unplugged and hanging paper lanterns made the industrial feeling room cozy.
Venue: Springs Preserve
Coordination: Scheme Events
Photography: Chelsea Nicole
Lighting: LED Unplugged