Rebecca and Evan were married at the Grand Canyon National Park on a gorgeous day with Monsoon Clouds building in the distance. Eventally, those clouds caught up with us, just as the couple were exchanging their vows. But, we feel it only added to the wonderful day. When the rain really started to come down, we just moved to the overhang to finish the ceremony, and it was perfect. Rebecca and Evan just laughed and embraced the rain; we loved that about them. Glamorous Occasions built a beautiful chupah which complimented the couples jewish heritage and the beautiful scenery and the indoor decor was elegant and classic. We were so happy to have been there for you Rebecca and Evan! Congratulations! ~ Melissa
Ceremony Site and Reception: Thunderbird Lodge, Grand Canyon National Park
Floral and Event Design: Dana at Glamorous Occasions
Wedding Planning: Dana at Glamorous Occasions
Hair and Makeup Design: Christine at Northern Arizona Glam Squad
Photography: Tangled Lilac Photography
As wedding season soon approaches us, we thought it would be helpful to show off Pantone’s Color of the Year for Spring 2012! For those of you who aren’t familiar with Pantone, they are the fashion world’s color guru, spotting the hottest colors of the season and pairing them with shades that complement them perfectly.
This year, the title of the Color of the Year goes to Tangerine Tango, which Pantone calls “an enticing juicy orange… a vivacious and appealing refresher to enliven anyone’s look this spring.”
Other colors of the season are Solar Power, Bellflower, Cabaret, Sodalite Blue,Margarita, Sweet Lilac, Driftwood, Cockatoo, and Starfish, which can all be mixed and matched with Tangerine Tango to create a lively, fun look. Whether it be in your bouquet, cake, or an accent in a groom’s suit, Tangerine Tango looks fantastic in the details of a wedding. Need some inspiration? Here are some examples of what past brides have done to incorporate this bold color in their wedding!
Third Row: Bouquet by Bliss Floral
Fourth Row: Bouquet, Boutonniere, and Center Pieces by James Geores