Our friends, Trista and Alex, BTS Event Management, brought us this lovely wedding at L’Auberge de Sedona. Trista and Alex are superb at taking care of all the details and making production easy and stress free, not only for us but for the bride and groom. This wedding was no exception despite the breezy day. Everyone was on top of their game.
These beautiful images were taken by our friends Jess and Genie of Birdsong Wedding Photography. One can easily see by these images why they are among our favorites.
Spirit Song Terrace was the ceremony site. The views from this spectacular vantage point are unsurpassed. Photographers love the light this area affords as well as the ever-changing colors of the red rock background.
It was a gorgeous day for a Sedona wedding!
The bouquet was casual yet subtle in color and form.
The beautiful cake was designed by Sedona Cake Couture and mimicked the stump candle display in the background.
Looking down from the Creek House deck, the dinner area was inviting, yet functional.
Two table shapes were used. The look was to be woodsy yet not overly rustic. We used birch bark tile on the wood tables in key areas and mixed it with mercury glass compotes and votive candles.
Ken made a hedge of colorful flowers that rested on the birch bark runner. Red rocks were randomly used to flatten the curl of some of the birch tiles. Mercury glass goblets held the fresh flowers and were randomly placed all up and down the tables.
Single mercury glass compotes were used in the center of the round tables. We loved the wooden place card holders.
We love the Descanso farm style tables. Brides should be aware, however, that it does take more flowers to decorate big tables like this… where round tables, on the other hand, take far less flowers and seat the same amount of guests Food for thought!
What a gorgeous site for photo. This grotto shot was taken on Oak Creek at West Fork.
We couldn’t resist including this lovely image taken on Oak Creek at L’Auberge.
Another happy couple!