Noticing that often weddings in the desert get stuck in a category where rustic, arid design elements rule the show, photographer Tyler Rye + the designers at Forevermore Events aimed to take this editorial – styled for Tyler’s latest workshop – to new heights by channeling a more soft + romantic European vibe. By incorporating pastel gray tones and muted colors, along with a beautiful flowing dress by Rue De Seine from The Dress Theory, the team was able to stage something new + inspirational amid the stunning red rocks of Utah’s Zion National Park…
The paper goods, by Alex Obering Design, depict a desert scene in the prettiest of ways.
The bouquet by Bloomers really juxtaposes a desert vibe (with that giant air plant) with a more romantic feel (thanks to the delicate, white filler blooms).
One of the stars of the show: that air plant topped ombre cake by Sweet Cakes!
See more from this lovely, lovely project in the film below by Red Tie Cinema:
Tyler Rye is getting ready to announce his next Zion workshop, so if you’re a photographer loving this perfect scene as much as we do + would like details about attending, be sure to check out his workshop guide for more information!
Thank you so much to Tyler + the talented team below for sharing this stunning shoot in Utah’s gorgeous red desert with us today!
photography: Tyler Rye Photography // venue name: The Center for True North, in Zion National Park, Utah // florals: Bloomers // wedding dress: Rue De Seine from The Dress Theory // hair stylist: Sarah Gardner // groom attire: True Gentlemen // videography: Red Tie Cinema // paper goods: Alex Obering Design // cake: Sweet Cakes // models: Madison + Kyler Fisher // styling: Forevermore Events // ring: Seven Oaks