Michele & Rocco's Sunset Terracotta Wedding

Michele and Rocco’s charming Arizona wedding combined gorgeous desert details, the warmth of Sunset Terracotta florals, and a whole lotta’ love! By drawing on the earthy tones, and statement architecture of their chic desert venue, the newlyweds were able to create a wedding day that felt both rustic and modern.

A couple holding each other while having a flower bouquet in hand

Photo by @KristinBendigoPhotography

If you’re considering your own Sunset Terracotta wedding, then Michele and Rocco’s Arizona desert celebration will be the ultimate inspiration. From the bridal bouquet to the aisle decor, see how the happy couple styled Sunset Terracotta florals from Ling’s Moment at every moment of their big day.

Meet the Color Palette: Sunset Terracotta

But before we see how Michele and Rocco made Sunset Terracotta their own, let’s take a look at the wedding color collection itself. This passionate color collection is a wedding favorite for a reason!

With warm tones ranging from peachy cream to burnt orange to deep burgundy, Sunset Terracotta is bold yet harmonious. Perfect for a fall wedding, a desert celebration or a golden summer evening, this vibrant collection represents your intense love to last a lifetime.

Various floral arrangements in terracotta used for wedding

And it’s surprisingly easy to style, too! If you’re typically drawn to neutral colors, then Sunset Terracotta will be a welcome surprise. The stylish terracotta tones complement whites, creams, greens and browns, but won’t overpower your chic wedding styling.

Make sure to check out our full Sunset Terracotta collection to see the full range of options for yourself, but first let’s see how Michele and Rocco styled their Sunset Terracotta desert wedding.

Sunset Terracotta Wedding Ceremony

Held at a 17th century mission-style chapel, Michele and Rocco’s wedding ceremony was a vision of Arizona desert charm. They embraced the venue and local climate, holding their ceremony outdoors in the fresh air.

Forgoing a traditional wedding arch, Michele and Rocco were wed in front of this grand, dramatic arched mesquite doors. Set against the smooth plastered cream walls and accented with dramatic light fixtures, this existing arch was the perfect setting for their ceremony.

But to really elevate the ceremony venue, flowers were key. Here’s how they added Sunset Terracotta details to their stylish outdoor ceremony.

A dress hung on a door

Lush Terracotta Welcome Sign

As their guests arrived, they were met with a gorgeous welcome sign adorned with vibrant burnt orange, cream and dusty rose flowers. This wedding sign decor in Sunset Terracotta is an easy way to introduce your wedding theme at the earliest possible moment, and to create a detail that feels truly elevated.

A flower garland hung around a wooden sign

Burnt-Orange Aisle Decor

To complement the grandeur and texture of their venue, Michele and Rocco chose simple white folding chairs for their ceremony guests. This stylish and minimalist feature was then accented with gorgeous aisle decor in Sunset Terracotta.

Adding a rustic pop of burnt orange and eucalyptus green, these flower arrangements lined the aisles with a touch of passion. Plus, choosing faux flowers meant that they didn’t wilt in the Arizona sun, even if set up hours before!

A flower tied on a chair

Bridal Party Flowers in Sunset Terracotta

Of course, the ceremony decor wasn’t the only pop of orange at their ceremony. The wedding party flower arrangements and matching looks were an important way to introduce the Sunset Terracotta theme, without overdoing it.

Here’s how Michelle, Rocco and their wedding party continued on the Sunset Terracotta palette.

Vibrant Bridal Bouquet

Michele looked gorgeous on her wedding day, wearing a stunning mermaid-cut dress made from lace with a draped cold-shoulder detail. It was the perfect complement to their Arizona desert venue, and her Sunset Terracotta bridal bouquet was the finishing touch!

She carried our Medium Free-Form Bridal Bouquet in Sunset Terracotta which added a pop of warmth and passion to her bridal look. And one of the advantages of having a faux bridal bouquet is that it can be cherished forever! Whether displayed as stylish home decor or kept stored as a private momento, your bridal bouquet will hold those precious memories of walking down the aisle to the next chapter of your life.

A couple holding a flower bouquet

Russet Bridesmaid Bouquets and Dresses

Michele had five bridesmaids on her wedding day who all wore gorgeous dresses in varied shades of amber and burnt orange. Having the wedding party wear tones that match the wedding color palette is a gorgeous way to create a cohesive look, and we love how Michele’s bridesmaids looked standing together at the ceremony!

To complete the look, they carried Bridesmaid Bouquets in Sunset Terracotta which were the perfect accessory to tie the looks together. The gradient of tones amongst their dresses and floral arrangements was gorgeous, and Michele radiated surrounded by the women closest to her.

A bride standing with her wedding party

Groom & Groomsmen Boutonnieres

Of course, the men weren’t forgotten! To complement the groom’s stylish gray suit and his groomsmen’s cream suits, the gents wore Boutonnieres in Amber. Alongside their burnt orange ties, their looks tied in perfectly with the rest of the bridal party and the venue. Sometimes it’s the smallest details like these that can really bring your wedding looks to life!

A groom standing with his wedding party

Stylish Shoulder Corsages

Corsages are a traditional gift, usually given to honor and thank important women such as the mother, grandmother or aunts of the bride or groom. Instead of wrist corsages, Michele and Rocco opted for stylish Shoulder Corsages in Sunset Terracotta. Small tokens of love like these can create some of life’s most precious memories, and all combine to create a stylish and love-filled wedding day.

A lady in green dress wearing a shoulder corsage

Wedding Reception with Terracotta Tones

After Michele and Rocco were officially wed, it was time to celebrate! They took to party inside - Arizona evenings can get chilly! - to eat, drink and party with their loved ones.

The wooden details and bright russet carpet were the perfect extension of their wedding theme, so creating their Sunset Terracotta reception style was a breeze. Here’s how they decorated.

Abundant Head Table Garland

The first meal together as husband and wife is a once-in-a-lifetime moment, so Michele and Rocco wanted to make sure to cherish it! They opted for a head table at the front of the room where they could steal some private moments together. And how cute are the Mr. and Mrs. signs?!

And to create a table worthy of such a special day, they adorned it with a Head Table Floral Swag in Sunset Terracotta. Versatile and impactful, these flower arrangements add color and texture to any table or mantel at your wedding, and can even be repurposed at different points throughout the day. Consider re-styling the head table garland as decor for your dessert table after the meal has been cleared and dancing has begun - an easy way to make your faux flowers go further!

A wedding headtable decorated with a flower garland

Stylish Sunset Terracotta Centerpieces

Michele and Rocco’s guests sat at round tables scattered throughout the room, creating a cozy and lively atmosphere. The white table linens were elevated with simple yet stylish decor such as gold plates, flickering candlelight and these Floral Centerpieces in Sunset Terracotta.

Simple yet vibrant, classic centerpieces like these are an easy and impactful way to add color and texture to every table. We love how the burnt orange roses pop against the gold accents of the table!

A flower centerpiece placed on a wedding reception table

A Gorgeous Ling’s Moment Wedding

For Michele and Rocco, opting for faux florals from Ling’s Moment was an easy, stylish and accessible way to create their dream wedding look. From the bridal party flowers to the reception details, they chose Sunset Terracotta florals to add warmth, passion and charm to their cool Arizona desert wedding.

If you’re planning your own Sunset Terracotta wedding, then look no further than Ling’s Moment to bring it to life. With a huge range of premade arrangements and DIY flower options, there’s infinite possibilities to create your own Sunset Terracotta decor. Whether you’re getting married in the desert like Michele and Rocco or have a totally different look or venue in mind, Sunset Terracotta will add vibrant pops of burnt orange, terracotta and amber to your dream day.

And don’t forget to share your creations with us! We love seeing how real brides style our Sunset Terracotta arrangements or create their own. Make sure to tag us over on Instagram at @lingsmoment!

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