Logan and Patrick’s wedding brought stunning shades of a Santa Fe, New Mexico, sunset straight to Austin! Lovely Day Events was the wedding planner who helped bring the bride’s dream of burnt oranges, pinks, blues, yellows and greens to life. With the help of Bella by Sara, a magnificent modern, geometric copper altar with a pampas grass and floral embrace set the scene for this couple’s “I do.” Logan, the beautiful bride, prepped for her big day with Bells and Barbells Wedding Fitness. She was ready to take on the aisle with her bridesmaids, who wore all sorts of different sunset shades, adding to all the stunning Santa Fe highlights. Whim Hospitality took the flower game to a whole new level, from the jaw-dropping altar to the colorful bouquets. Seriously, it’s a proper Santa Fe wedding – there are even cacti! On Sweet Treets Bakery’s cake, the cutest prickly cactus head sat in the center of the simple light and white frosted goodness. The reception was full of wooden chairs, burnt orange plates, blue napkins and Estelle-colored glasses. Over this romantic dining experience, party lights set the scene while Premiere Events’ heaters kept the guests warm. Bartending from Drink Slingers got the party started, and Fairmont Austin’s accommodations awaited guests when the fun came to an end. For more on Mr. and Mrs. Phillip, check out the gorgeous gallery inspired by a Santa Fe sunset below, courtesy of April Mae Creative!
Photo // April Mae Creative
From the bride on her favorite detail: “The details were extra special to me because I created or made most of them – I made the copper arch for the seating chart and welcome sign, the name tiles for each guest, table numbers, Mr. & Mrs. cactus pads and the bar sign. It was a lot of hard work, but meant so much to have guests complimenting the tiles or the details.”
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