A Vegas wedding is sure to be fun, but you might not have thought it could be so romantic too. Susie and Will captured this sweet couple’s Sin City wedding that featured a soft color palette and modern romantic details. We love the amazing boxwood wall backdrop that made such a statement at their reception!
I wanted something rustic chic. We love the outdoors so we wanted some place that was outside and had greenery. And that place was Springs Preserve the ceremony location was like a fairytale! I knew I wanted neutral earthy colors for the elegancy (Blush, soft pink, dusty rose, whites).
For my look, I wanted something modern, but classic. My dress was Ines di Santo, fit and flare. Having an open back with some lace was exactly what I wanted. I felt elegant but sexy!
My favorite part of the day? everything! From putting on my dress to doing our first look. Our vows, our amazing first dance to getting completely hammered with our family and closest friends. When taking one to many tequila shots and singing duets on the mic and my husband and groomsmen dancing to Nsyc “bye bye bye”. Our wedding was a lot of fun!
My advice for those planning? Support one another through the planning process have fun and enjoy every second of your wedding day because it flashes by!
My florist killed it! Spot on with the colors (blush, dusty rose, whites and greens like eucalyptus). I’m not exactly sure what types of flowers she used, but all I know is the arbor was absolutely stunning as was my bouquet.
For favors, we had wood cut outs of everyone’s name as place cards at the tables. We also DIY’d our doughnut wall.
Photography | Susie and Will | Venue | Springs Preserve | Planning | Tailored Events | Florals | City Blossoms LV | Hair | Kylee Tangren | Makeup | b3 makeup | Videography | Madison Rhoton Videography | Rentals | RSVP Party Rentals | Dress | Ines Di Santo from Calvet Couture Bridal Boutique | Groom’s Attire | Calvin Klein | Bride’s Shoes | Sam Edelman | Bridesmaid Dresses | BirdyGrey.com and Lulu’s | Submitted via Matchology