Mid Century Wedding Inspiration at Ardovino's Desert Crossing

I absolutely love every single detail of this styled wedding shoot. Let me show you what I mean!


Alisha from Three Sisters gets credit for the concept and styling of this shoot. She incorporated moody tones like turquoise and deep greens. Golds and yellows were used as accents.

An easy chic hair style was created by The Fixx Salon and romantic make up look was artisticly  crafted by Elyse Simons

Isn't this dress amazing? It features "3D Lace" which is a super popular look in bridal fashion at the moment. What's 3D lace? Basically, it's different patterns of lace stacked on top of each other. Thanks you Ella Blu for providing this look!

Our models Lilli and Josh were so fun!! 

Ok, flowers. These absolutely steal the show. And Kern Place Florist is AMAZING. I am continually in awe of each of their creations. In addition to a luxe and overflowing bride's bouquet, they also made a floral hoop. A completely nontraditional look for a bouquet! AND Yazmin created the turquoise macrame table runner from hand...#talented. 

Let's talk about this venue. I called it the coolest venue in all of the Southwest and I completely mean it. There are SO many gems at Ardovino's Desert Crossing. Three Sisters set up a ceremony look on the wide open paver patio with accompanying lounge spots to take advantage of the sunset. Right in the middle of the shoot a train rumbled past the patio. This place has a ton of character. Like the eclectic collection of signs around the intimate porch area, which was styled for a tablescape look and was lit by a hanging chandelier. Charm for days. Oh and did I mention the neon lit signs on the restaurant entrance? This venue has so many unique details. I felt like a kid at Disneyland photographing here. Yes, I know, I am a complete wedding groupie/nerd.

Honeybee Cakes provided a elegantly simple chocolate drip cake styled with seasonal fruits and macarons. Not only did this cake look incredible, it tasted incredible too. One of the perks of a styled shoot, eating the cake after! I guess you could say we had our cake and ate it too! Ha!

A few fine details really brought this look together. Three Sisters created custom acrylic invitations, marble place cards and a signature cocktail board.

And now you can see why I LOVED every single little detail of this styled wedding shoot. Thank you Alisha for bringing it all together and every talented vendor who contributed to this awesomeness. 

This wedding inspiration was featured on The Vintage Herald

Vendor love:

Styling, Decor, Planning, Rentals: Three Sisters

Venue: Ardovino's Desert Crossing

Photography: Taylor'd Photography

Floral: Kern Place Florist

Cake: Honeybee Cakes

Dress: Ella Blu

Tux: The Tux Shoppe

Make Up: Elyse Simons Beauty

Hair: The Fixx Salon

Linens: Table Occasions

Models: Lillian and Josh