Lia and Josh chose to have an intimate destination wedding just outside of Zion National Park.
With Terra Cotta, blush and peach elements favoring the day, their color palette sure complimented the red rock scenery.
In allowing Zion to speak for itself, our design efforts were folded into the tablescape. Blush napkins, terra-cotta linen, and wood tables allowed for an outdoor feel with an elevated sophistication.
A simplistic ceremony space made for an intimate moment between the couple, their guests, and the wind (See those rocks? Not all arches are heavy, hence needing to add safety precautions) Good news, it stayed put!
A great bartender brings a party wherever they go! I love seeing great bar tenders interacting with guests and making them feel welcome and appreciated!
Signage never needs to be complicated, but should always serve a purpose in allowing guests to feel "in the know" and comfortable.
That happy moment when the bride and groom get to see their reception space prior to guest occupation.
With high winds and weather like we've never seen, our modifications still had them swooning.
Congratulations to Lia and Josh!
Photo/Video: Mather Photo & Film
Planner: Tambra Moultrie Weddings
Design: Tambra Moultrie Weddings
Florals: Southern Blossoms Floral
Rentals: Legacy Event Rentals
Transportation: Amore Transport
Bar: Mobile Bartending LLC
Venue: AirBnb property- Zion Red Rock Chalet (Cabin)