Southwestern Wedding Ideas
Anybody who has been to The Southwest will immediately be captivated by all its beauty and charm. The luminous light with succulents as far as the eye can see, and home to one of our favorite singers Stevie Nicks. A place like this has to be magical.
Thorne Artistry also got a little taste of The Southwest's magic on a recent vacation and the wedding ideas started to flow. Blossoming into some incredibly fantastic southwestern wedding ideas. Filled with details galore including chevron wedding invites, a rustic coffee station and an impeccably styled Southwest inspired bride. You must see all the images in the full gallery photographed by ae martin photography. There are a few hair styles we know you are going to love.
Amanda Thorne Pritchard of Thorne Artistry:
Incorporating your own flair with accessories can make an otherwise classic white wedding dress very unique. By adding a vintage southwest style belt and some gorgeous turquoise jewelry, this beautiful gown is completely transformed. For an even more unique look, add a custom head piece
The funky chevron fabric found on the cake, coffee station, and the groom’s bow tie was a major source of inspiration for the patterns and colors found throughout the décor and the paper suite. The gorgeous centerpieces were crafted to symbolize a bright and bustling garden that works perfectly for table décor with its low lying shape, allowing the guests to socialize easily. Ing love, beauty, and lasting friendship.
nstead of a traditional cake topper, I used two mini cactus to represent the bride and groom. Roasted mini peppers are a perfect pre-dinner snack and add color and texture to the table setup. Most of the props that add character and charm to the photo shoot were found at a local vintage store, including a horse head cane. A piece of custom artwork served as the guest signing board, and table assignments were written on glass covering a frame filled with coffee beans. Another main element of the décor, coffee, is intended to give guests the feeling of comfort and friendship. Giving a living gift as a wedding favor, such as a succulent or air plant in a coffee mug, pulled together the ideas of growi
Photographer: ae martin photography Event Designer: Thorne Artistry Venue: City Farmers Nursery Flowers: Funky Floral Cake: Wicked Spoon Stationery: Blush Printables Makeup & Hair: Thorne Artistry Dress Designer: Design The Dress Shoes: Qupid Jewelry: Lush Jewelry Groom's Attire & Veil: Bad Madge & Company Prop or Furniture Rentals: Pow Wow Vintage Rentals Ikat Pillows: World Market Select Props: Bad Madge & Company Green Dress: Storm Florist | Short White Dress: Sparrow Bridal Select Jewelry: Jennafer Grace Models: Kayla Fincher, Erick Lopez | Styling Assistant:Amie WildeView All Images