Summery Farmer’s Market Themed Wedding Inspiration Shoot in Scottsdale, AZ
One of our favorite things about the wedding industry is meeting, serving, and connecting with other wedding creatives. It is so much fun to build community with other amazing professionals. Sometimes being a business owner can feel a bit isolating! Anytime we can connect and create with others, we’re in. Admittedly, we don’t get to create just for the sake of creating very often, mostly because the busyness of our normal work and family life keeps our calendars full. But when the opportunity arrises, and all the stars align, we’re in!
A brand new, and absolutely GORGEOUS new venue opened in Scottsdale last fall, The Clayton House. Clayton on the Park has been a well-known venue in the Old Town Scottsdale area for quite a while now, and they recently added a new venue to their lineup. The Clayton House used to be a postal distribution center, so it has an amazing industrial vibe. Ultimately, with it’s vast spaces, white walls, concrete floors and minimalist vibe, The Clayton House is a blank slate. A beautiful, understated, bright blank space that gives us all the heart eyes.
So, we got together with the sweet and talented Courtney Olsen with Coco Collective Weddings and the infinitely creative Mandi from Butterfly Petals. All of us put our heads together to imagine a fun, colorful, farmers market themed wedding inspiration shoot. We wanted something that broke out of the current trends a bit. We wanted color and summer freshness, something unique and fun. After all, it’s not every day that radishes and cherries make it into detail photos and peaches, parsnips, and asparagus are a part of the floral designs!
The creatives that worked on this shoot were so perfect. Everything came together so beautifully! We were so happy with the balance of bright color with pastels, wood and metal, and of course the farm fresh produce. Every detail just screams summer, and we couldn’t be happier with how it turned out! Here are all of the amazing vendors and sources that helped the vision come to life:
Venue: The Clayton House
Planning & Design: Coco Collective Weddings
Floral: Butterfly Petals
Photo & Video: Dan & Erin PhotoCinema
Furniture Rentals: Tremaine Ranch
Paper Goods: Lola Lee Invitations
Hair & Makeup: Braids & Bobbypins
Rings: Olive Ave Jewelry
Cake: Kyndra’s Kitchen