Enchanting Southwest Wedding Inspiration In New Mexico

Ten amazing wedding vendors collaborated to create and design this styled wedding shoot based on the enchanting landscape of Southern New Mexico. New Mexico, after all, is the “Land of Enchantment”. This shoot was photographed in a restored 1930’s adobe church. Flowers and greenery were grown by a local flower farm, and include a cacti hairpiece for the bride and a living pocket square for the groom. Rich tones from the Southwest’s desert landscape such as terracotta, sand, copper, and turquoise were incorporated through paper elements, linens, glassware, and vintage furniture pieces.

Venue: Los Portales
Photographer: Taylor’d Photography
Linens and Coverings: Enchanted Occasions Event Rentals
Jewelry: Heather Richman Chloe Isabel
Design and Decor: Three Sisters
Makeup Artist: Makeup by Brenda
Calligrapher: Letters and Such by Adriana
Cake Designer: Let Them Eat Cake
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Renee’s Bridal
Floral Designer: Calhoun Flower Farms

The striking blue vases provided the perfect amount of color to the beautifully decorated tables.

This amazing warm toned bouquet designed by Calhoun Flower Farms is giving us serious bouquet envy!  The deep orange flowers along with the bold yellows are unlike any arrangement we have seen.

It’s all in the details… the bride’s gorgeous gown is decorated with intricate beading and romantic lace.

The cake represents traditional South-West decor with its earthy colors combined with the typical shade of turquoise found in the local region.