Monday is still far enough away for you to enjoy this luxurious destination wedding from the L’Auberge de Sedona in Arizona!
Cameron & Kelly Studio definitely had so many moments to capture as this wedding had a plethora of stunning details and not to mention one of the most wondrous natural backdrops I have seen! Andrea Leslie Weddings worked with Petal Pusher to create a seriously showstopping evening with tall overflowing centerpieces and a lush flower wall backdrop for the sweetheart table! Not to be outdone by the amazing floral atmosphere, Sedona Cake Design created a couture confection with gorgeous sugar roses and golden accents! The entire venue truly came to life with lush fabric detail by Quest Drape, a Live Artist, a romantic harpist, and music by Desert House Productions!
The bride definitely brought the fashion in a lace gown by Essense Of Australia with a chic illusion back and shoes by Tory Burch! She was surrounded by her beautiful bridal party who wore Jenny Yoo dresses in a beautiful shade of champagne!
I hope this stunning event ends your weekend on a high note and how can it not! Enjoy!
From Cameron & Kelly Studio, Keith and Eileen were married with one of the most gorgeous Red Rock backdrops that Sedona has to offer: L’Auberge de Sedona. Guests loved the beautiful scenery of Sedona. We loved the blush ballroom fully draped and looking very soft and elegant next to beautiful red rocks of Sedona. The floral wall that Petal Pushers created for the reception was a popular backdrop with guests and made such a statement with the gorgeous cake from Sedona Cake Couture.
From Andrea Leslie Weddings, From the very beginning, Eileen had a clear vision of what she wanted her wedding day to look like. She has an incredible eye for detail and transformed the ballroom into a little piece of heaven.” She created a soft and romantic space with warm lighting, blush and white tones, plush flowers and pops of gold.
Eileen and Keith decided to host their destination wedding in Sedona after a vacation to Arizona. Many of their friends and family traveled from the East Coast to celebrate their marriage and enjoy the beautiful red rocks.