Boho Vibes, King Protea’s and Succulents
A boho desert bride surrounded by gorgeous florals, showcasing a stunning lace gown. A unique and dreamy bridal look that deserved it’s own blog post! This session, designed by Michelle Harris Templeton, featured a beautiful model, set in a natural desert setting, enhanced by hundreds of King Protea. A stacked cake that looks simple at first glance, but actually features intricate details that speak to the southwest vibe of the day.
Succulent and sparkly shoes, a top hat in place of a veil. Every detail of this Phoenix desert bridal inspiration was thoughtfully placed.
King Protea are some of my most favorite flowers, but they’re not commonly used (likely due to expense and timing of their opening)! But in this setting, the florist was able to acquire an abundance of them. The terra cotta pot was such a cool way to carry bridal flowers and kept the focus with blending in to the natural settings.
Be sure to check out the talented vendors from this Phoenix desert bridal inspiration shoot! It was a dream to photograph, I’m looking forward to getting back to the desert!
Styled Shoot Host: @mharris_studios @showit
Bridal Shop for both dresses: @avalaurennebride
Invitation design: @vernitastewartdesigns
HMUA: @ido__artistry or I Do Artistry
Anna Kay Photography is a wedding photographer based in San Antonio, Texas. Destination weddings welcome! When working with Anna Kay Photography you’ll be treated to an experience of comfortable luxury. Capturing the details of your day that you’ve worked so hard to plan is of upmost importance to me. Ready to learn more? Connect with me here!
Want to see more beautiful desert sessions? Head here to see a downtown Phoenix loft wedding. And then be sure to check out this family session at Papago Park! Local to San Antonio? This little white chapel wedding is one of my favorite!
I am so looking forward to connecting with you!