Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Tucked away in the desert, soft cascading lights and an abundance of red roses set the stage for this stunning intimate romantic styled shoot. Abrar Khalid Photography did an amazing job capturing the sweetness present in these photos, from the smiles and tender touches on the bride and groom’s faces to the rustic, it’s-totally-not-a-converted-stable venue, which featured a massive wooden table as a centerpiece covered in white kitchenware, gold accents and roses. However, the majestic chandelier piece with scarlet roses dripping off of it definitely steals the show. The bride’s deep red lipstick and soft smokey eye paired with a deep side part and soft waves courtesy of Amber Rose Makeup are perfect accentuations, both to the bride’s lace-inspired dress and to the roses elegantly placed around the venue.

Sticking with four simple colors, red, green, white and gold made the palette easy on the eyes, and also brings an elegant air to the rustic space. As much beauty as the desert has, sometimes you need to find a way to create a different vibe. If you’re looking to be transported from the blazing-hot desert into a chic, intimate scene, perhaps fairy lights and rooms overflowing with red roses and greenery is for you.

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Intimate Romantic Styled Shoot

Arizona Weddings Magazine Featured Vendor
HAIR: Amber Rose Makeup
MAKEUP: Amber Rose Makeup

Other Vendors:
PHOTOGRAPHY: Abrar Khalid Photography | EVENT PLANNER: Yohanna Wendt | Rentals & Florals: I Do Rentals | WEDDING CAKE: Amour de Sucre | JEWELRY: Sister Power | TABLETOP RENTALS: Material Girl Weddings | INTERIOR DESIGNER: Kerri Long