Dubai outdoor garden wedding on the surroundings of a polo field

Natasha and Nick were married in a Dubai outdoor garden wedding venue. With a beautiful backdrop of the polo fields and a stunning garden setting, this really did make for a dreamy wedding day!

A hidden gem in Dubai… surrounded by fields and ponies, this was a Dubai outdoor garden wedding perfectly suited to this wonderful couple.

The Venue – Desert Palm Per Aquum is situated a 30 minute drive from the centre of Dubai. Set amongst picturesque polo fields this unique desert venue is perfect for a unique wedding venue in the UAE. Natasha came to us just a couple of months before her big day and needed some help bringing her ideas and vision to life! We worked with some of our wonderful vendors to turn this around in a short time frame.

Natasha wanted to use a traditional fragranced flower for the wedding ceremony – Jasmine. Our florist shipped this in from India to ensure we had the best quality and aroma. We decorated the courtyard venue with draping Jasmine strands to give the wow look as guests arrived.

In contrast Natasha had a different vision for the wedding dinner and drinks reception. Working with a more romantic colour palette we used touches of antique gold to add some opulence to the garden setting. We then used blush colour flowers with a burst of deep raspberry red to accent the colour theme.

Natasha had traditional bangles for the wedding favours that we decorated the napkins with. There was also some delicate boxes that contained chocolates for the guests. Both these little additions really added texture and detailing to the table scape.

The venue also has a wonderful pergola with a seating area inside. We used more jasmine strands and some light fabric to decorate this love seat. A few hanging votives with tea lights added a perfect lighting when the sun was setting.

If you are looking for a Dubai outdoor garden wedding setting I would recommend visiting this little gem. To view more of these wonderful pictures captured by photographer Liesl – click here.