Last month, Elizabeth of Elizabeth Burgi Photography and Tim of TSI Video Productions contacted me to see if I would be interested in helping set up and coordinate a styled shoot. Elizabeth's vision included pastels of blues and pink, soft floral, the prettiest nontraditional bridal gowns, and the dramatic mountain range of Red Rock Canyon as the backdrop. I was all for it.
The site we set our eyes on was Angel Park Golf Club in the master plan community of Summerlin.
Angel Park is located in a swanky part of Las Vegas with spectacular views of Red Rock Canyon. With babbling brooks, waterfalls, and wispy pampas grass it is an extremely peaceful setting. Angel Park is also conveniently located across the street from the JW Marriott Resort and Spa, so for weddings who wish to stay away from the hectic strip, it makes for an ideal wedding spot.
The ceremony site honestly doesn't need much for decor. We didn't want to overshadow the natural surroundings so we kept it pretty simple.
Rustic solid wood floral stands from Flora Couture
Our models were a real life couple, who were just the cutest ever. Fun fact: our groom knew he was doing a photo shoot, but he had no idea what KIND of shoot it was until he arrived! He was such a champ!
Officiant in the dazzling blue dress was Angie from Peachy Keen Unions
Vow books by The Art of Etiquette
Floral by Flowers by Michelle
The second part of our shoot took place across the street at hole #3 called the Mountain Hole. In fall of 2020 Angel Park launched their Sweetheart package which includes an intimate ceremony for two and a private dinner on hole #3. This is perfect for any couple who want to elope in Las Vegas, but still have a truly beautiful experience away from the hustle and bustle of the Strip.
Linen, chairs, china, flatware, drinkware by RSVP Party Rentals
Cake by Las Vegas Custom Cakes
Elizabeth and I fell in love with two dresses so instead of compromising we went with both. Because why not?
Pink dress by Watters. Blue dress by Marchesa. Hair and makeup by Vegas Makeup Artistry.
Last but not least (and my favorite part) are the invitations. I am a sucker for stationary. For my own wedding I went WAAYY over budget to get the perfect invitation suite. For this shoot I found a beautiful set on Basic Invite. The floral motif and the color palette was honestly a perfect match.
Ashley Torsiello, Owner & Lead Planner of Siello Weddings and Events