Behind the Scenes – Vintage Southwest Wedding Inspiration in Destination I Do Magazine Part II

I’m back today with more from our editorial in the latest Destination I Do Magazine!  Have a look here and here to get caught up…

Initially inspired by the Segoe Lily, the stationery took on a decidedly more muted palette, so pops of aqua and red could be the standouts when they occurred.


The studio shot of the suit shows of the various textured stocks and painting techniques used.  Sheer, shimmery gold, creamy whites and aqua and peach watercolor tones tell the stationery story here…


The light that day changed faster than we could imagine.  From washed out sunlight at every turn,  to intense golden rays turning everything into sparkle, we soaked up every ever-changing opportunity to capture this land’s fickle nature.


Just before the sun went behind the cliffs, the entire valley was bathed in golden light…


Our fresh take on the escort card table: Paintbrushes adorned with seating flags by Paloma’s Nest were meant to paint a bit of the image before guests took their seat.  At the end, our couple was left with a redrock masterpiece painted collectively by their guests.


More studio shots…


Ellipses were drawn overlapped, again and again as an abstract interpretation of the sunset…Painted with washy tones of amber, red and aqua the look took on a subtly modern finish.



The end.

Concept, Styling and Stationery
Momental Designs  ::  PhotographyGideon Photography  ::  Location – LaVerkin Overlook, near Springdale, Utah  ::  Flowers Bloomers  ::  Production/Styling – Tessa Woolf   ::  Rentals and Production Assistance –  Forevermore Events  ::  Models – Stephanie and Mason Woolf  :: Cynthia Dean – grooming for Mason Woolf , Stephanie Bybee– makeup design  for Stephanie Woolf, Morgan Clark– hair design for Stephanie Woolf –  Enzio  ::  Gown Anne Barge  ::  Cake DesignPink Peach Cakes  ::  Custom Flags Paloma’s Nest  ::  Linens –  La Tavola Linen