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Nov 19, 2016

Desert Wedding at Pueblo Estate

The colors of the dessert are beyond beautiful. And this desert wedding at Pueblo Estate shows them all off so well. We The green cacti and teal blue doors pop against the sandy landscape. What’s even more beautiful? wedding itself! This couple shared a romantic first look, an incredible ceremony, and a gorgeous dusk reception. Enjoy the story of their day through April Maura’s photographs.

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In her classic white wedding gown, she put one foot in front of the other towards “the first look.” She is carried her train in her left hand and the bouquet in her right. Butterflies fluttered with nerves and excitement in her heart and she began to dream of the life with her groom they were about to embark on. She arrived gently before the back of her groom. He stood in anticipation of seeing his beloved adorned in purity and in perfection. He was given the okay to turn, and when he did, the water from his eyes began to melt her heart. His tears spoke joy, thankfulness, and admiration into life. He saw his bride simply beautiful and simply herself.
With the ceremony right around the corner, they began to make their way to the outdoor garden floral arch. The intimacy leaked through the vows and romance wrapped the final words of “I do” into one union of two souls. Their wedding continued to the reception area where they danced under the stars alongside the natural beauty of the Tempe Desert. Guests gathered all together with the bride and groom to overlook the Phoenix valley on the terrace.Their thoughtful and classical wedding was completely stripped down to the organic and raw vulnerable love. With this gorgeous venue, it made guests feel like they were attending an Arizona destination wedding.
There was so much charm to the already precious historical estate, that there was not much else to add, other than their simple love story. The chosen location for this wedding inspiration was Eisendrath House & Visitors Center. This is an historic home built in the 1930’s. There is also the incredible Pueblo Revival adobe house settled into the foothills of Tempe near the quaint Papago Park. Romantic invitations created by the talented Brush and Nib Studio. We are in love with the hand painted lettering on the delicate fine paper.
The chic bride wore a classic white wedding dress from Adore Bridal Boutique. Her relaxed and loose-undo hairstyle came together effortlessly with the pinned single white rose. The organically artistic bouquet from Noir Floral was filled with a classic white rose garden and wrapped with a flowing Silk and Willow ribbon around the stems.
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We also love the alluring setup designed by Sealed with a Kiss Events. The classic wooden chairs were provided by Classic Rentals. Sealed with a Kiss Events also embraced the understated elegance at the historical wedding venue. Simply chic hand-written menus for the guests added an elegant touch. The white and navy blue combination is truly a timeless style. Those simple white and ivory plates accessorized by the nautical navy napkins is a seamless way to tie in the color palette. The reception centerpieces brought romantic candle light to the dinner table. By using candle light, you can create the perfect ambiance for any outdoor Arizona wedding.
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