Bright & Bold colors take center stage for this styled wedding photo shoot in New Mexico!
With heavy doses of desert inspiration, an amazing team of New Mexico wedding professionals put together a styled wedding full of bright bold colors, romance, and plenty of charm in the land of enchantment. The bride and groom meet at a restored 1930’s Adobe Church before stepping into their staged wedding reception full of succulents, terracotta, copper, and turquoise.
Don’t be fooled by the grooms’ boutonniere! It’s actually a living pocket square carefully crafted out of the tiniest succulents you’ve ever seen, and it makes the perfect contrast against his sheeny 3 piece navy colored suit! Not to be outdone, our gorgeous bride wears a custom-made hairpiece at the top of her long voluminous braid that was designed by using cacti and florals.
The perfect wedding venue in New Mexico? An Adobe Church!
Reception time awaits!
A small sitting area for wedding guests is staged in the corner of the reception hall with a phosphorescent blue tufted couch, floor height candles & lanterns all of which are positioned just under a copper chandelier. A long sweetheart table for the bride and groom is covered in earthy-toned linens and a bright orange/copper table runner. Square place settings are stacked high with turquoise folded napkins and hand calligraphed copper toned menus.
Keep Scrolling to see more of this Southwestern-themed styled wedding, captured by New Mexico wedding Photographer Taylor’d Photography!
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Work with the same wedding professionals that put together this Southwestern Styled Photoshoot!!
Photographer: Taylor’d Photography
Linens and Coverings: Enchanted Occasions Event Rentals
Jewelry: Heather Richman Chloe Isabel
Design and Decor: Three Sisters
Makeup Artist:Makeup by Brenda
Calligrapher: Letters and Such by Adriana
Cake Designer: Let Them Eat Cake
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Renee’s Bridal
Floral Designer: Calhoun Flower Farms
Event Venue: Los Portales
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