As far as a Frederick Loewe Estate wedding could go, Cassie and Michael held one to remember. Once the home of musical composer, Frederick Loewe, this luxury rental now hosts events. Quirky touches also give the Palm Springs property a sense of character. Such as impressive animal sculptures and a vintage turntable.
The bride opts for a simple cream wedding dress with sheer lace sleeves. Whereas the groom picks a royal blue suit and lilac tie. Like the dress, the bouquet is cream. Baby’s breath and wild green leaves offset the simplicity of this ethereal arrangement.
Next, it’s time for wedding images in front of the boulder-strewn hillside. A stunning natural photo setting – accompanied by great golden hour light! It also gives the couple opportunity to frolic around the pond feature; balance on stepping stones and in turn shoot endearing imagery.
The venue says to offer jaw-dropping, panoramic views of Coachella Valley. Once the wedding ceremony begins, this promise comes true! Two striking palm trees set the scene for a mother nature style arch over the happy couple. Whereas guests nestle into the sweeping stone and landscaped vista. It’s magical, miles of valley ensure wedding members feel like they’re sitting on the cusp of the world.
Soon enough, it’s time for the wedding reception. Another section of the estate transforms into an elegant setting. Fairy lights festoon above tables that feature pink, gold and cream as the color theme of choice. The gold cutlery is a notable element – perfect if you’re looking for a touch of special.
Later on, Cassie and Michael take to the jaw-dropping cliffside for more wedding photos. With Palm Springs in the back and rugged roadside in the fore, there’s a bohemian element on show. If you’re looking to marry outdoors, a Frederick Loewe Estate wedding will deliver. Take a look at the beautiful outcome below!