Anne and Erik tied the knot on a gorgeous spring day at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve, a hidden gem in the desert with a cactus row, botanical gardens, wooden walkways, a grand stone rotunda, and a museum promoting sustainability and environmental learning – the perfect eco-friendly venue! The couple said their vows in the arboretum, and while their guests enjoyed cocktail hour in the Frame House (a modern structure with no walls), they did their portraits with KMH Photography in the cactus garden. The reception was at the Courtyard Plaza, where everyone enjoyed dinner at long communal tables. For the place cards, the couple wrote a few bullet points describing each of their friends and family members and what they mean to them! The bride also designed all of their paper goods (she's a super talented web and print designer with her own business). The newlyweds danced under rows of bistro lights and the atmosphere was just magical. They also did a traditional Mexican dance called “La Marcha De Los Novios,” where the guests danced in swirling circles and then formed a tunnel with their hands as guests passed through it. Not all the of the guests were familiar with the tradition, but they all got into the fun and chaos of the group dance.
A spring coral botanical garden wedding in Las Vegas, NV