A desert wedding with a Mid-Century color palette and a vintage 1950s Chevy in an aquamint hue? Yeah, we’ll take it. This incredible Arizona wedding (photographed by Amy & Jordan Photography and styled by Petal Pusher) ticks all our boxes when it comes to inspiration — especially when it comes to the reception table decor. Just wait until you see it!
From the photographer, Amy of Amy & Jordan Photography: This wedding had more stunning and unique details, than any wedding we have seen. From the hand delivered succulent invitations, to the eclectic furniture and pillows brought in for cocktail hour, to the solid bronze charges and glass vases filled with real turquoise stones. It was absolutely breath taking and like nothing we have ever seen before! And the emotion and joy of the day was almost as exceptional. All the guests had taken their seats. They were anxiously awaiting a glimpse of a couple so magnetic and so full of life that they’d each been touched by, and couldn’t wait to see two people they loved so much finally tie the knot.
Meghan and Ben had left the icy snow of Chicago and traded it for a day filled with warmth and sunshine, and it just couldn’t have been more fitting for a couple filled with so much love. The guests shielded their eyes from the bright sun as they looked behind them, just as the music started to play. Ben and his boys entered, all donning shades, looking more like the Men in Black than a row of groomsmen, with just as much swag, and as the music got louder, one by one, the ladies came down the aisle, too. But they didn’t walk. They danced. With smiles on their faces and a bounce in their step, each bridesmaid danced down the aisle and made it clear to everyone that this was a celebration. A party. A. Time. For. Fun. The guests arose to see Meghan arm-in-arm with her dad, and as the two of them danced their way to Meghan’s future, there was nothing more perfect in the world.