Eight couples pass on real-life tips that made their special day even more spectacular in Greater Palm Springs and high-desert towns.
Find the perfect wedding venue, and the rest falls right into place. Greater Palm Springs offers a variety of settings from boutique hotels to rustic backdrops.
Engaged couples looking for a vacation vibe are making the obvious choice to host the best night of their lives in Palm Springs.
This just in: What’s in favor for 2018 and beyond when it comes to wedding trends in Palm Springs.
As 2018 unfolds, catering/events director Randy Araiza at the Parker Palm Spring reveals seven 2018 wedding trends from drinks to menus to the day you pick to get hitched.
These two creative types — he’s a video director, she’s a makeup artist — crafted a destination wedding with a dash of vintage flair for guests arriving from coast to coast. The little-known La Chureya Estate kept the party completely private on more than an acre of beautiful Vista Las Palmas land. The five-bedroom villa’s authentic Spanish architecture provided a
An unexpected downpour added to the striking contrasts of this ultra-modern bash. Fiercely stylish and nontraditional, the couple delivered umbrellas to guests’ rooms and outsmarted the rain under a canopy on the Avalon lawn. Smoke-toned ghost chairs, onyx goblets, and custom chandeliers complemented the bride’s sultry bouquet. This pair broke into a choreographed hip-hop number for their first dance. Event
Why wait for the honeymoon? Cruise in early for spa days and pool time. Then linger as long as you can after the festivities wind down. Planning a wedding can test the strongest will. A week or two in the desert is just the antidote for stressed-out nerves and runaway jitters. Check in to a tricked-out suite with pampering amenities
Lush fairways, fairy-tale ballrooms, and everything you need for a wedding staycation. Golfers aren’t the only ones with a soft spot for emerald courses surrounded by jaw-dropping mountain panoramas. Brides and grooms appreciate dedicated wedding planners, dramatic venues, and sprawling honeymoon suites. Guests create a complete vacation without hopping in a car thanks to restaurants, tennis courts, pools, a spa,
Who still treats guests to a rehearsal dinner these days? “Almost everyone!” says Trish Jones, co-owner of The Walk Down the Aisle in Palm Springs, an event design, styling, and planning company. And those who don’t often host another version of this traditional event in the form of a modern welcome party to thank family, and usually friends, who have