A stylish progressive wedding is ideal to take advantage of several incredibly beautiful locales that a resort has to offer. It’s a theme that promises to keep things interesting and filled with an upbeat momentum that surprises at every turn.
Most brides and grooms who choose Greater Palm Springs to host their big day say that planning their wedding here didn’t feel like planning at all: It felt like anticipating an exciting and romantic once-in-a-lifetime vacation.
Guests love to turn a Palm Springs–area wedding into a vacation for the same reason couples love to stay on for their honeymoon — or even a pre-honeymoon.
For those who dream of incorporating their little bundles of love into the wedding festivities, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons. If you’re a stickler for perfection, you might reconsider.
All the amazing things you’ve heard about Greater Palm Springs — or better yet, experienced for yourselves — are a daily part of this secluded, picturesque valley that simply loves a good wedding.
If you have even one little creative bone in your body, you’ve likely caught the DIY bug as you’ve plunged into the wedding planning process.
Some Palm Springs–area couples are bucking the custom of choosing a color for their wedding altogether and embracing each and every one of them.
Film photography is expensive, laborious, and requires intense focus, but it also happens to be wedding photographer Katie McGihon’s preferred medium for the timeless images it produces in the Greater Palm Springs area.
If the recent 10th edition of Modernism Week in Palm Springs gave you a greater appreciation for midcentury architecture, it’s not a stretch to take those thoughts a step further and think modern wedding.