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The Green Door – Inspiration for the global bride

What better way to bond than in 120F Palm Springs Heat?! I spent weeks contemplating and stylizing this shoot but I could have never planned for the beauty that emerged from this collaboration. AND more importantly, the friendships that grew during our weekend get away at The Green Door. This venue is a privately owned “invite only” Palm Springs getaway. We felt like royalty having the entire property to ourselves. It’s literally the BEST place for a bachelorette party.

I hope this shoot inspires perspective brides to play with texture, color and turquoise! You can also see the feature in Green Wedding Shoes!

Vendor List

Florals- Native Poppy

Venue- The Green Door/ The Social Grace

Jewelry- Hand Meets Sky

Hair- Berlynn Hair

Models- Megan Blancato, Tatiana, Alexis Ortiz

All Dresses- The Dress Theory San Diego

Fringe Gown: Rue De Seine Bridal/ Sequin Star Dress: Jenny Packham // Simple Gown: Theia  // Veil: Danani By Dani Hagemeister // Turbans: I’m With The Band

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