Brooke and Greg's Palm Springs wedding could not have been more perfect. The setting for their special day was The Sand Acre Estate. This 1933 Spanish Villa is rumored to have been frequented by Marilyn Monroe and immediately takes you back in time to a glamorous Palm Springs. This villa was the perfect fit for the stylish couple. Brooke's silk and lace dress was simple yet elegant. Greg was looking sharp as could be in his chambray suit and white shoes. The two of them together was absolute perfection.
Their intimate ceremony was heartwarming to say the least and included a one of a kind Chuppa that was beyond words. The vibrant florals added a playful pop of color. Framed by soft drapery and classic chandeliers, the open-air reception was the highlight of the evening. The breathtaking San Jacinto mountains and starry sky made the perfect backdrop for this desert-inspired wedding.
Even with all the stunning scenery it was their love and the small group of friends and family that really made the day special. I knew their wedding was going to special from our first meeting and I am so fortunate to have been able to capture it.
Venue - Sand Acre Estate
Florals - The David Rohr Floral Studio
Catering - Chef Jean Paul Lair of LaVallauris
Cake - Exquisite Desserts
Coordinator - Laurie Lund of Events Department
Bride's Gown - Custom made by Stone Fox Bride
Bride's Shoes - J. Crew
Hair - Jessica Angus of Salon Kingston
Groom's Suit - J. Crew
Groom's Shoes - Buks by Walkover
Bride's Engagement Ring - Vintage
Wedding Bands - Helzberg Jewelry
Ties - Staghandmade
DJ - Mark Karlstrom of Creative Audio Productions
Rentals - Classic Party Rentals