On the outskirts of Mesa you’re surrounded by the beautiful Superstition Mountain range. At sunset, this mountain range is more beautiful than anything you’ve seen. Sure, maybe we’re biased because we live in Arizona, but we can’t help but invite you to check it out in this intimate and colorful Arizona desert wedding at the base of the mountains.

We were hired by the incredible team over at Form Floral to help create this beautiful setting. With their vision and our inventory, we were lucky to be a part of such a beautiful day. Lauren Hansen, of Lunabear Studios, was the magical photographer who captured the beauty of this scene.

The couple chose to keep their guest list small and decided to have their wedding at the base of Superstition Mountains in Lost Dutchman State Park. Seeing how Form Floral took what both the bride and groom had envisioned for their wedding day, and melded that into one was incredible.

Dinner was served by Moonrise Standard, which invited guests to eat al fresco under the desert sky. The benefit of a wedding this way is that you can really customize the details that are important to you. For example, the menu. The bride and groom were able to discuss some of their favorite foods and figure out a menu that worked well with their tastes.

We loved seeing the entire reception set up at this Arizona desert wedding including some furniture and tabletop decor from our Tremaine Events inventory. It’s always so fun seeing the photographs after an event is over. We aren’t ever really around to see a full set up. Being able to see how our clients’ vision is able to come to life is magical!

Planning, Design, & Floral: Form Floral

Photos: Lunabear Studios

Film: Love Story Films

Rentals: Tremaine Events

Catering: Moonrise Standard

Venue: Lost Dutchman State Park

Linen: Linen Lark