It was an honor to be part of Charlotte and Michael’s tented Empire Polo Club wedding!
After an amazing rehearsal dinner for this fresh spring wedding under the open air and picturesque palm trees, we were even more excited for the actual wedding day! Bespoke lighting structures lined the aisle of this Palm Springs wedding, creating a magical candlelit glow for the sunset processional.
Charlotte and Michael’s reception tent for 800 people before the pandemic was absolutely unreal! The earthy, garden elegance continued into the reception, where ivy draped high above the custom dance floor as if it had been growing there for years. Floral chandeliers dripping with imported greenery, blush garden roses, and white spray roses captured guests eyes as they hung low from the ivy-adorned tent. Sacks Productions created the most romantic setup with candles, hanging florals and a little pop of emerald green. We provided our draping and furnishings to complete the look.
Congratulations to Charlotte and Michael on a spectacular evening!
Planning, Design, and Coordination: Sacks Productions | Venue: Empire Polo Club | Design and Floral: The Empty Vase | Décor: Revelry Event Design | Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios | Linens: Resource One Linens | Rentals: Bright Event Rentals | Lighting: The Lighterside LA | Catering: Wolfgang Puck CateringDesert Wedding, Empire Polo Club, Palm Springs, Palm Springs Wedding, revelry event design, Sacks Productions, The Empty Vase