Rocky mountain Bride reached out to us to put together a shoot that would display the culture and the colors of the southwest. So with Brittany and Randy at our side, we incorporated the history of the Santa Ana Pueblo and the Hyatt Regency Tamaya to create this gorgeous elopement. Brittany's simple and elegant dress created the perfect contrast for the Native American jewelry she wore with it, which matched Randy's bolo tie as well. The lush floral arrangement, which was perfectly complimented by the pop of coral in the necklace, was made with the rich colors that the southwest is known for.
Brittany and Randy made themselves at home under the famous Cottonwood trees where they enjoyed cocktails and a show stopping three tier matte black cake, adorned with fruit and spices. Handmade macrame candle holders brought a warm mood to their evening as the sunlight began to fade. Brittany's soft and natural make up gave her a beautiful and elegant glow to reflect the breathtaking New Mexico sunset where they both cozied up next to the fire and made s'mores.
Venue: Hyatt Regency Tamaya
Makeup: Genica Lee
Designer/Planner: Jesse Baca Weddings
Cake: Maggie's Cakes
Florals: Viva Flora
Invitations and Paper Goods: Funky Olive Design Co.
Jewelry: Peyote Bird Designs
Dress: Rosa Clara
Dress Store: Emma and Grace Bridal
Rentals: Rust Vintage
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