A Romantic, Bohemian Wedding at the Four Seasons Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona

For their wedding, Maggie Walton (32 and an educator) and Joseph Estrada (32 and a financial relationship manager) planned a romantic, bohemian affair

For their wedding, Maggie Walton (32 and an educator) and Joseph Estrada (32 and a financial relationship manager) planned a romantic, bohemian affair at the four Seasons Scottsdale at Troon North in Scottsdale, Ariz. The day started with a traditional ceremony at a nearby church, in which Maggie and Joseph exchanged heartfelt vows surrounded by their families and friends. After saying “I do,” the pair whisked guests off to the Four Seasons for an unforgettable al fresco celebration.

The outdoor event afforded guests breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and desert landscape, the beauty of which was only heightened as the sun began to set. Using a color palette of soft pink, cream and green hues, the couple created a romantic oasis, decorating the reception tables with arrangements of cascading dahlias, roses, peonies and ferns, warm candlelight and elegant silvery accents. Succulent escort cards spoke to the wedding’s locale, while touches like a mariachi band during cocktail hour and dramatic uplighting that infused the ballroom at the Four Seasons with a party-ready vibe, gave the evening a fun, festive feel.

The day started with a traditional ceremony at a nearby church, in which Maggie and Joseph exchanged heartfelt vows surrounded by their families and friends. After saying “I do,” the pair whisked guests off to the Four Seasons for an unforgettable al fresco celebration.
Maggie chose knee-length chiffon dresses in a soft shade of pastel blue for her bridesmaids to wear for the ceremony, each dress boasting a unique sweetheart neckline.
As guests arrived to the reception, they were greeted by a lively mariachi band, filling the air with their festive, upbeat music.
To bring the wedding’s romantic theme to life, the florists at Table Tops, Etc. created garden-inspired arrangements of roses, dahlias, peonies and ferns in pale pink and cream hues for the reception, displaying each in a stately silver bowl vase, a touch that introduced an air elegance to the tablescapes.
Maggie and Joseph decided to make the most of their venue’s many event facilities and host each part of the evening in a different location. After dinner, the newlyweds moved their guests indoors to the dramatically lit Four Seasons ballroom where they danced the night away to the upbeat sounds of The Beat Booth.
After saying “I do,” the pair whisked guests off to the Four Seasons for an unforgettable al fresco celebration. The majestic mountains beyond and the surrounding natural landscape provided a stunning backdrop for the evening.
The head table was a long wooden farm style table that captured the rustic, natural feel of the locale. To create a textured, romantic look, Table Tops, Etc. decorated the table with arrangements of varying size and filled with roses, hydrangeas, dahlias and ferns, and plenty of candlelight to infuse the outdoor space with warmth and ambiance.
To set their seats apart from the rest, Maggie and Joseph hung playfully polka-dotted Mr. and Mrs. signs from their chairs.
After dinner, Maggie and Joseph treated guests to a traditional slice of wedding cake. The couple’s five-tiered confection featured thin layers of fondant that created a ruffled effect and clusters of fresh ivory and blush blooms.
To help guests find the way to their seats, while playing up the wedding’s locale, Maggie and Joseph placed escort cards with each guest’s name and seating assignment in small pots boasting a single succulent.