The Lautner Compound Sets the Scene for Classic Outdoor Wedding – Palm Springs Life

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Julie and Erick.

Julie and Erick surrounded by their wedding party dressed in desert neutrals. 

Erick and Julie shared a high school biology class. But when it came to love, it was all chemistry.

These sweethearts from Darien, Illinois, eventually found romance, as Erick, the class clown, was determined to always bring a smile to Julie’s face. Their bond grew stronger with time, as the couple found career paths in digital media and moved to Dana Point, California.

“Even from the very beginning of our relationship, I have always admired [Erick’s] honesty and commitment to making sure I feel loved and supported,” Julie says.

After eight years of love and laughter, Erick surprised Julie with a beachside proposal during a Florida vacation with friends. The wedding planning process was a journey of discovery, with the couple, drawn to the desert’s charm and tranquility, falling in love with the idea of a Palm Springs wedding. “We were overwhelmed with the incredible response from our loved ones on the location we had chosen,” Erick shares.

Their big day was a celebration of love, surrounded by family and friends at the stunning Lautner Compound, built in Desert Hot Springs by legendary architect John Lautner in 1947. They stole away for intimate desert photos, danced the night away, and cherished every moment of their special day.


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