Palm Springs, California Wedding Photographer - Christine Arnold Photography
The Parker Palm Springs Spring Wedding photographerIconic wall in front of The Parker Hotel in Palm Springs Ca. Great use of shadows for dramatic effect. I love the brides choice of a shorter cocktail dress, it really suited her and the style of the wedding which was very fresh and colorful. Pops of magenta could be found in the brides flowers, the grooms tie and socks. Artisan Events did an AMAZING job at this Parker wedding in early springs. All of the details were perfect and whole day ran so smoothly thanks to Joey Lizotte and his professional team.
Parker Hotel has been an icon in Palm Springs for a decade. Before it was Parker, it was Givenchy, owned by Merv Griffin who was a long time desert resident. Becoming the Parker was a massive overhaul and drastically changed the look, both inside and out. The landscaping is ideal for photography, it has gorgeous dirt paths and greenery everywhere. It offers the best of both worlds, lots of interesting architecture and lots of natural greenery. Starting with the iconic breeze-block wall, it's captivating. Then you move on to the massive orange doors, again, mesmerizing. Brides and grooms LOVE to be photographed using these recognizable icons. Once you move inside the lobby, it's a feast for the eyes. Decor by Jonathan Adler, it's fun and funky mix of mid-century modern, comfortable shabby chic and quirky tchotchkes.
The recent addition of a Trina Turk boutique finishes the ideal holiday destination. Parker is quite simply the PERFECT venue for your wedding or family holiday.
Location: 1600 N INDIAN CANYON DR, PALM SPRINGS, CA 92262.Keywords: Artisan (48), Artisan Events (57), California (69), ceremony (51), Palm Springs (114), San Francisco (9), The Parker (6), Wedding (99), Wedding photography (51).