Desert heat couldn’t keep us down as we witnessed the timeless, glamorous magic of this colossal union at the always-dazzling feast-for-the-eyes that is the Parker Palm Springs hotel. Designed by Jonathan Adler, its midcentury throwbacks meets colorful and irreverent tongue-in-cheek eclectic artfest serves as such an incredible foundation for a fun getaway weekend. The gardens of the Parker really whisk you away to a bit of a whimsical fresh and lovely dream and that was the setting for both the ceremony and their cocktail hour. Their feast took place in the private outdoor garden next to their midcentury ballroom, and the dance party headed into the ballroom for wildness to the max.
Also, can we talk about their immense chic style? Scott elevated his groom energy by going for midcentury white tux throwback charm. While Courtney’s dream of a gown with epic train for days and days made us feel all the feelings and then some. And then they managed to inject so much of their quirky, irreverent, artful persoanlities into the vibe of the day with their table settings, their seating chart, their invite suite. And above all, bring the right party people together. Courtney and Scott, you are a joy and a feast for the eyeholes and I am basically just gobsmacked.
Photography: Let’s Frolic Together / Venue & Catering: Parker Palm Springs / Coordinator: After the Engagement / Florist: The Lavender Rose / Beauty: Karissa Lorinne / Bride’s Attire: Monique Lhuillier and Cult Gaia / Shoes: Alexandre Birman / Earrings: Christie Nicolaides / Groom’s Attire: Hall Madden / Video: Audrey Alba Films / DJ: Phil Quinaz / Stationery: Velvet Fox Designs / Photo Booth: Desert Luna / Rentals: Signature Party Rentals and Borrowed Blu and Planks and Patina / Associate Photographer: Shelby Leininger