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Get your tissues out now. This Miramonte Resort wedding will fill you with joy and also perhaps make you teary eyed. To say this was an emotional day is an understatement. If you remember Brieze and Peter’s engagement, you’ll know why.
Brieze’s mother Beth passed away in 2018. Her presence was not only felt but also seen throughout the weekend. Beth’s scarf was wrapped around Brieze’s bouquet so that she would be carried with her throughout the day. It’s sweet touches like the scarf that truly made Beth feel like she was present for the celebrations.
Brieze chose to do a first look with her father, Larry, which was incredibly sweet. Larry couldn’t be any cuter as a father. He fluffed her train before her first look with Peter. He held her clutch and had her lipstick at the ready for touch ups. Major dad goals of a father who clearly loves and is entirely supportive of his daughter.
For his wedding day look, Peter chose a classic black tuxedo with black accessories and a single white flower for his boutonniere. His look was sophisticated and contrasted so well with the greenery at the Miramonte.
Miramonte Green Ceremony
For the ceremony, Brieze and Peter said their vows under an expansive tree from which carnations were suspended to add balance to the peonies and pampas grass arrangement that wound up the trunk. A framed portrait of Beth sat in the front row so that she could watch over the ceremony.
Mesquite Lawn Reception
The stunning al fresco reception was held on the Mesquite Lawn under market lights and the clear desert sky. Abundant pinks graced not only the centerpieces, but also the napkins for each place setting, and the linens on the head tables. To say this was a dreamy design would be an understatement.
During the reception, Brieze and Peter performed a choreographed first dance, laughed and cried during their family toasts, and danced the night away.