Featured Wedding: The Parker Hotel in Palm Springs, CA

Posted by Azure on June 15th, 2010
Featured Wedding by FloralArt at the beautiful Parker Hotel

This Palm Springs wedding is too lovely for words! Romantic, enchanted, organic... and so much more! Learn how to achieve a similar look for your big I Dos with the top tips and tricks below!

Budget-Friendly Décor Tips: 1. Get fruity! Vibrant fruit (either in season fresh fruit or faux) is a great add to any wedding centerpiece! It’s unexpected, and when done well, will make such a statement. And a bunch of grapes costs a lot less than a bunch of roses, orchids, or calla lilies, right!? The infusion of green grapes and bright oranges into this blush-based wedding color palette was creative, unexpected, and simply fabulous! 2. Go succ it! Eco-friendly succulents are sustainable, inexpensive, and organically beautiful. When included in bridal bouquets or floral centerpieces, succulents add an interesting textural twist. They come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, and are long-lasting, which makes doing some DIY succulent arrangements in advance of your wedding day a breeze! Hues for Enchanted Elegance:

A blush-based wedding color palette (nudes, creams, soft pinks and peaches) is romantic, and will exude a dreamy, whimsical vibe at your wedding. Throw in some bright orange and coral accents (flame-colored calla lilies and orange/coral peonies are lovely choices) to make your wedding décor pop. And complete the enchanted, romantic look with lots and lots of candlelight! To-Die-For Details: - Chic chandeliers were hung sporadically throughout the inside of the wedding reception tent, and mini orange trees were placed in the corners of the tent. - Hammered silver bowls were filled with water, and orange slices and single white orchids floated on top. This simple, DIY centerpiece was surrounded with clear hurricane vases filled with water and floating white candles. How easy would it be to pull this off all on your own? And on the cheap! - Lounge style seating for the cocktail hour added a modern twist, and allowed wedding guests to mix and mingle before the reception!

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