The wedding is the moment you declare your marriage and the experience everyone is gathering to witness. Spare your loved ones another boring wedding and instead choose an officiant you vibe with, someone that will make you feel supported and celebrated, and will guide you through that experience in the spirit you live your life together.
Whether you want inspiration for a desert boho vibe, need some great ideas for how to include your kids on your wedding day, or just want to read about all that went right (and wrong) with an awesome destination wedding at Lake Havasu, you’ll want to read the blog that Christa of Salvaged Soul just posted.
Backups are one of those things almost everyone knows they need to do, and yet so few of us get around to backing up our digital files properly. However, it doesn’t need to take long and it can mean the difference between losing precious memories or preserving them for the future.
With breathtaking and often otherworldly scenery, Joshua Tree National Park is a gorgeous place to have a wedding. Here's the basic information and steps you’ll need to take to get married in the park, as well as some concerns and restrictions that come with having a wedding in this remote and relatively undeveloped National Park.
Are you looking for some boho Joshua Tree wedding inspiration? Check out this styled shoot we participated in last month at the Ruin Venue near Pioneertown, California!
This week we met another high desert local who works on weddings, Trish Jones. She is an event planner and designer at The Walk Down The Aisle along with her business partner Stacey Jones. We felt an immediate connection to Trish’s big smile and calm presence. She has encyclopedic knowledge of the ins-and-outs of Joshua Tree and Palm Springs venues and vendors, making her a great resource for couples planning weddings in the area.