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.
When you’re watching Super Bowl XLIX this weekend, think wedding venue. At least that’s what Amanda and Kyle Carnine might suggest after the couple wed inside Palm Springs Stadium.
Winter white weddings in the Greater Palm Springs Area don’t include a blanket of snow, but beyond the perfect weather is picking the right venue and what that means for you and your guests.
The naturally hot mineral waters beneath Desert Hot Springs offer pure magic. Here’s where you can soak in the benefits.
Choice is the big word for 2015 Weddings, a year that promises couples the freedom — and the rental inventory — to blend genres, mingle eras and curate a party landscape that’s more out of the box than inside a mold.
Lance Bass and Michael Turchin will tie the knot on Dec. 20 as part of a E! network TV special, but the romance began nearly four years ago in one of their favorite places to visit: Palm Springs.
Personalization is key when it comes to planning a wedding. Cities in the Greater Palm Springs area boast thoughtful wedding pros who pride themselves on getting to know you and your vision before they start creating your perfect day.
Palm Springs plays host to some of the most scenic and romantic weddings.
The tall, slender double doors that open into Parker Palm Springs burn the memory in a color so striking that it has become synonymous with desert weddings.
Lounge around the mineral pool in between pampering couples treatments for a spa-style honeymoon. Or set a day aside to spa out together.