Brooke + Tucker's White Wedding

Brooke & Tucker redefined the term 'white wedding' with their bright, light, ethereal take on a classic theme. 
Spring in the desert is a magical time, and this wedding highlighted all the best parts of that feeling. Elegant white florals embraced the outdoor venue at El Chorro in Paradise Valley, while creating a whole world of their own.  Clouds of white blooms graced the ceremony aisle, with tall swaying delphinium and endless pillowy white roses.
The mountain backdrop was uplifted with ground sprays made of rose, sweet pea, baby's breath and hybrid delphinium in a powerfully monochromatic look. The custom built iron arch at the altar was adorned in ground sprays and hanging blooms, making it look as if it was growing right from the earth, or placed there by literal angels.
Mirrored signage with white accents maintained the dreamy feeling and added to the otherworldly charm, making guests feel transported into the fairy tale of Brooke and Tucker. Even the invite for their day was clean, classic and timeless with old school newspaper styling in black and white.
The bride was an absolute vision in her elegantly tailored gown with crystal belt, chic veil, and long stemmed white rose bouquet. A true example of elevated and classic taste. This bride proves to us all that a limited color palette can create a dramatic impact that leaves us breathless! 
The bridesmaids were angelic counterparts in their champagne dresses with mini bouquets that mirrored the bride's. We just can't get enough of those perfect white roses! Each element of Brooke and Tucker's day was exquisitely executed to create an absolute dream!
In true traditional fashion, Tucker and his groomsmen wore elegant black tuxedos, the perfect pairing for the beauties in the bridal party. The groom's cream pocket square and understated white boutonnière added softness to his sharp look.
The reception carried on the luxurious monochromatic white vibe with white linens and arrangements of white garden roses, hydrangeas, delphinium, baby's breath, sweet peas, and peeks of deep green foliage. Clear acrylic table markers keep the feeling light and airy, along with crystal clear glass and white china.
The existing chandelier over the dance floor was flanked with a disco ball installation on all sides, upping the drama, the fun and the sparkle. Speaking of sparkle, the custom neon signage with the newlywed's last name was a bright and festive personal touch that made for a great photo backdrop. Even the three-tier white wedding cake was styled to the nines, studded with pearls and immaculate in its own right. 
The ceremonial bliss was followed by a colorful cocktail hour. Brooke changed into another stunning bridal gown fit for a disco queen, with beading and sheer flared bottom. Guests were given mini disco balls to act as name plates and the bride and groom had sweet facts about them printed on colorful cocktail napkins. The bright colored drinks, foods and accoutrements rounded out the pure white of the ceremony and let guests know it was time to celebrate!
Crystal embellished high heels with wedding rings and diamond necklace.
His and hers vows in baby blue books tied with ribbon.
Wedding invitation information printed in the style of an old newspaper.
Bride wears fuzzy slippers that say "I Do" while getting ready for her wedding.
Bride getting ready for her wedding.
Bride gets her makeup done and artist applies her lipstick.
Wedding dress hanging on the door.
Bridal party poses on the balcony as they get ready.
Groom gets ready with the help of his best man.
Bride puts on earrings as she gets ready.
Bridal party gets ready together in the bathroom.
Bridal party in champagne colored dresses stand by the bride in classic white gown.
Groom and groomsmen pose together before the ceremony.
Groom awaits the first look at his bride.
Bride prepares for the first look.
First look between bride and groom