Naki and Danielle got married at the beautiful Lautner Compound just outside of Palm Springs. The venue itself is very modern with lots of black and white accents. Because of this, Naki and Danielle knew they wanted to incorporate lots of pink and red colors with black modern accents. Their goal was glam, modern and romantic!
With gorgeous colorful florals by Layered Vintage, planners Details Darling made sure to provide a lot of acrylic accents through the ghost chairs and signage to give the modern and romantic feel. The reception boasted black tables with rose gold flatware, black rimmed clear plates, fuchsia velvet napkins and black rimmed acrylic menus. Photographer Brogen Jessup documented the entire day full of love, laughter, and grace! Let’s take a look at this beautiful Palm Springs Wedding now, shall we?
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WildHouse Inc created an invitation suite that perfectly reflected the decor of their wedding day! Black stationery with pops of pink!
These ladies got ready in style! Matching bridesmaid robes with faux fur trim? Yes, please!
The bride shared she was lucky enough to find the perfect dress on her first visit to Panache Bridal and knew right away that the dress fit her style. “I tried on 3 to 4 dresses, but the dress I picked was one of the first ones I tried on.”
Groom Naki looks ready to take on the day!
This couple made their wedding their own by focusing on what they liked and enjoyed and what made them happy. Palm Springs was a location the two both enjoyed before and after they started dating and still enjoy going and love everything about the city.
Naki + Danielle chose the Lautner because they felt it fit their style and was the perfect place to gather with families and friends.
Now this is one good-looking wedding party!
These ladies look beautiful in their rose gold gowns!
Processional: The Night We Met by Lord Huron
Recessional: I got you Babe by Sonny and Cher
First Dance: The Way you Look Tonight by Tony Bennett
They did it!! N + D are together forever!
Our vows to each other were the most memorable moment.
Possibly the coolest and classiest seating chart we’ve seen!
The black tables really allowed for the napkins and florals to pop and give that luxe glam feel!
“We tied the signature Lautner Compound breezeway block wall pattern into the invitation suite, bar sign, and table numbers to create cohesion throughout the design.”
The bride’s Italian heritage was incorporated into the day with a champagne “Saluti” escort wall and a “That’s Amore” neon sign behind the bride and groom table.
Each guest had a kidney bean rose gold mirrored place card to take home as their wedding favor.
Pretty in pink! This design team really knew how to integrate bright hues without the reception or tablescape looking too over the top. Instead, it is classy, yet still eye-catching!
Speaking from experience, charcuterie boards are always a good idea!
Plan early and do not leave things until the last month to complete. Also, add about 20% to your budget when planning your wedding.
“The colors, florals, and wedding were perfect and our wedding day had everything turn out as we expected. We could not have asked for a better wedding!” The couple shares…which couldn’t make us happier!!
A huge congrats to the lovely couple! May the rest of your lives together be filled with light and happiness!
photography: Brogen Jessup // venue name: The Lautner Compound, Palm Springs, California, United States // event design: Details Darling // planning: Details Darling // florals: Layered Vintage // hair stylist: Babe Hair by B // makeup artist: Makeup by Hailey Hoff // paper goods: Wildhouse Ink // catering: Harvest Kitchen // tabletop rentals: Signature Party Rentals // furniture rentals: Adore Folklore // linen rentals: La Tavola // specialty rentals: Planks and Patina // lighting: SD Social Lights