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Dear Soonlyweds!

Hey Soonlywed! 

Are you planning a Desert Wedding or considering Eloping? Yes? Well, you’re in luck! If you’re reading this in real-time (COVID) I’m positive this post will give you the confidence of knowing you can have the magic of the big wedding you were planning on a more intimate scale. Grab your coffee, tea, or cocktail, take a deep breath and be inspired.

Sending some major Bruncheon love to… The lady behind the camera Amy Gray Photography, the creative mind behind the design, Holiday Celebrate, and the lady with the master plan, Burlap and Rose.

Pioneertown, just outside Joshua Tree National Park, houses not only a wonderful old western town created by Hollywood for the film in the 1940s but also several venues for weddings both large and small. Our brides, Jade and Olivia, selected Homestead Modern as the venue for their elopement dinner because the setting feels so in tune with its surroundings, and loved the style and detail of the house, from the renovated air-stream to the large patio perfect for dinner and dancing. – Marisa, Holiday Celebrate

The Creative Team: 

Event Design/Styling + Paper Graphic Design: Holiday Celebrate

Coordination & Planning: Burlap & Rose Weddings

Photography: Amy Gray Photography

Florals: Barnes Botanicals

Venue: Homestead Modern

Makeup: Kipona Aloha/Cynthia Rose

Bridal Top + Hat: Bridal Marché

Dress: Ash + Light

Jewelry: c/o Esqueleto

Raw amazonite ring: Adina Mills

Snake ring: Katrina LaPenne

Talon earrings: Michael Spirito

Cupcakes: Over the Rainbow

Models: Myah + Kat aka “Jade + Olivia”

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