Capturing the raw, authentic beauty of the desert in Joshua Tree, California, Paulina Petrucci Photography and event planner The Shootout Society partnered to create this dazzling styled wedding featuring Morrocan culture.
Sandy neutrals, tans, ivory and just a bit of orange provide the warmth, effortless style and cleverly paired wedding colors to match the vast, sun kissed rocky terrain. For the stationary, off- beat meets minimalism with crepe and tan invite and leather ties.
The bridal table is set in those same warm neutral colors, with a slightly distressed tablecloth running down a natural wood grain table. Small roses are accompanied by subtle, dusky wildflowers for minimalist floral arrangements. In lieu of flowers or a chandelier, an oversized feather arrangement provides that gorgeous ambiance. Also noteworthy are the woven plates, tea candles, and bronze glasses.
The groom meets the bride with a magnificent camel, beaming with joy in a sandy tan suit, cream colored dress shirt, and gel styled hair. The bride’s dress is simply stunning, with subtle floral embroidery from head to toe and flutter illusion sleeves. The wedding dress also features a low v-neck back, a sweep train, and a beautiful v-neckline. Paired with a no fuss hairstyle, drop earrings, and orange-red nail polish, it’s a look fit for the beauty of the setting.
This styled wedding truly blends natural elements, culture, and romance in majestic landscapes.