This session was featured on Bridal Musings.
About three or so months ago, a group of creatives and myself sat around a table in TinSparrow’s office constructing an idea for a stylized shoot. We wanted it to be different, unique, and something relatively unseen in South Eastern Washington. Our minds were gravitating towards a bold and colorful pallet, with a theme that could really make a statement. While we had various ideas on the chopping block, we landed on Gems and Geode’s. We were drawn to this theme because we could incorporate colorful agate and stone pieces all while playing up the desert part of our terrain.
What you see below was the fruits of our labor. The final result was not only breathtaking but something I would want for my very own wedding as the colors were so invigorating and truly fun to see come together. I cannot stress enough how amazing this creative team is. If you’re a new bride who wants to explore different creative ideas – I’m going to stress how very well received your thoughts and ideas would by any of these vendors below. Utilizing the desert is something I hope to see continue in this area, as it not only is gorgeous but a very unique spin for Washington State.
Mad props to the vendor team listed below + the beautiful film my Jennavieve Films!
Planning and Event Design: TinSparrow Events
Venue: Desert Wind Winery
Floral: Simplified Celebrations
Dress: Amy’s Bridal
Cake: Frost Me Sweet
Videography: Jennavive Films
Stationary/Invites: WhiteHouse Studios
Caligraphy: Ashley Swineheart
Plates and Silverware: Kate Spade
Model: JoAnn Forrest
Photography: Alex Lasota Photography