Whenever we see the name Bash, Please, we just know that our little blog is about to get real pretty. They have a penchant for cool details, organic-infused florals and weddings that set the bar for wildly awesome design. If you can’t tell, we are all aboard the Bash, Please wedding train and the view, as seen through the lens of The Weaver House, is mighty, mighty fine. You can see all those beautiful South West details, all those breathtaking images and a couple that are as happy as clams at high water right here.
And the film by Son of Shark Pig? It’s totally going to rock your socks off. Hit that play button and prepare to be wowed.
Trading in Los Angeles for the Arizona desert, Beth and Geoff’s refined betrothal radiated romance. With a love for Italy and European sophistication, Beth and Geoff were a gracious, well-mannered couple with a hint of playfulness about them. We created an organic palette of succulents and soft peach roses mixed with the whimsicality of wood stumps atop moss beds, and an ice cream sundae bar for dessert. They both love Italian food so the menu included a variety of homemade pastas, and they even included one-of-a-kind silver pasta key chains as the wedding favor (made by Beth’s step-dad). The sunset was a brilliant hot pink sky, and the guests danced under the Arizona stars for an evening that could have easily been in Tuscany itself.
Wedding Photography: The Weaver House (formerly Steep Street) / Wedding Venue + Catering: Silverleaf Country Club in Scottsdale, Arizona / Wedding Design, Coordination, Paper Goods + Floral Design: Bash, Please / Wedding Cinematography: Son of Shark Pig / Linens: BBJ Linen / Rentals: Classic Party Rentals / DJ: Paul Tennen / Wedding Favors + Bridesmaids’ Bracelets: Ron Kolb / Wedding Dress: Manuel Mota for Pronovias