New Mexico is called “The Land of Enchantment.” For those of us who have been lucky enough to visit this gorgeous state, knows that this nickname is aptly given. The scenic beauty and rich history that are paramount throughout are undeniable. So it’s only fitting that a styled shoot that takes place in such a land should be equally as enchanting. And, surprise surprise, the one we have for you today lives up to such hype. Our talented friends at Three Sisters sent over this mid-century moody styled wedding shoot, and it is every bit as special as it sounds.
According to Three Sisters, “a desert oasis, airsteam trailers, and a patio dinner under a chandelier are scenes you will see from this styled wedding shoot. Moody color tones and organic elements of copper, marble, and fruit highlight some of our favorite wedding details. Southwest textures of cotton, pecan, yucca, and pampas grass also play a role in the design of this wedding look. The breathtaking patio views of the desert, the venue’s retro, mid-century vibe, and the jeweled toned tablescape make this wedding look a dream.”
And a dream it is. This shoot is one of those that leaves you speechless. Our hats off to Three Sisters and the rest of this vendor team for creating a styled shoot that blends multiple inspirations together seamlessly. They took advantage of the environment, gorgeous models, and unique decor to create something magical. Not sure we’ve seen mid-century style, southwest influences, and delicate vintage touches come together ever, let alone, this perfectly. We’re kind of just in love with everything this shoot has to offer, and we’re pretty sure you will be too.
Mid-Century Moody Styled Wedding
Photographer: Taylor’d Photography//Hair Stylist: The Fixx Salon//Event Venue: Ardovino’s Desert Crossing//Model: Lillian//Linens and Coverings: Table Occasions//Makeup Artist: Elyse Simons Beauty//Groomsman Attire: The Tux Shoppe and Boutique//Dress Store: Ella Blu Bridal//Cake Designer: Honey Bee Cakes//Floral Designer: KERN PLACE FLORIST//Event Planner: Three Sisters//Design and Decor: Three Sisters//Culinary: Ardovino’s Desert Crossing