Morocco is an amazing country filled with bold shades, aromas and exotic boho decorations. It’s one of the unique places of the world that inspires designers for creating clothes, interiors and furniture all over the world, and of course this place impresses many people that later bring these vibes into their weddings.
Morocco-inspired weddings are bold, cool and boho chic ones, these are very popular touches. How to pull off a cool Moroccan wedding? Here are some ideas and tips to rock.
If you don’t want to wear a traditional Moroccan wedding dress, you can try boho chic options, they will add the same flavor. beaded, heavily embellished wedding dresses – strapless and off the shoulder ones – will give you a boho Moroccan look. other ideas to add a Moroccan vibe to your image is to rock henna on your hands and feet or wear a lot of gypsy-inspired accessories, especially a headpiece – a beaded boho headpiece will easily turn you into a Moroccan bride!
strapless embellished wedding dress with a train and a headpiece with rhinestones
you may add a boho Moroccan flavor to your look with shoulder jewelry
traditional Morocco wedding gown with embroidery and beading
boho Moroccan wedding dress with a V-neck, lace cap sleeves and a boho headpiece
lace sheer sleeves and an illusion neckline wedding dress with an embellished sash and a boho headpiece with beads
a proper beaded bridal headpiece can create a Morocco-inspired look
off the shoulder dress with sleeves and a rhinestone headpiece
heavily beaded sparkling wedding dress with straps and a fitted silhouette
some henna on hands and feet can add a Moroccan flavor to your look
a gold chain bridal headpiece adds a Moroccan vibe
Wedding Table Décor
As for table décor, lanterns are the key to success! Metal lanterns, candle holders will help you to add that special Moroccan flavor, and you can pair them with sparkling table runners, vases with flowers, woven platters, colored glasses and exquisite tableware. Flowers can be white or bold, it’s up to you. As for textiles, you can find real Moroccan ones, add fringe décor and pendants, or try sparkling ones or bold prints.
bold and colorful wedding table in tangerin and fuchsia shades
emerald, gold and white table runner, pendants and a large gold fringe ring
bold printed place setting runner with bold flowers and glasses
Moroccan lanterns, platters and bold florals
colorful glasses and a lantern on the table
exquisite silver metalwork, woven platters and colored glasses
refined silverware, a candle lantern and plates with white look stunning
a printed table runner with lots of candles and lanterns
gold sequin table runners, flowers and gilded lanterns
metal lanterns, candle holders and a large vase with white flowers
a centerpiece with a lantern, camel, fruits and flowers
Lanterns, candles, metalwork, Moroccan tiles, poufs, bold florals are right what you need to create an ambience. You can go for a boho picnic with low tables, poufs and bold printed pillows, hang lanterns above and rock oversized floral decorations. Go for tile escort cards, if you have a fountain, put petals in it, greenery is great for decorating a Moroccan wedding, too.
lanterns, candles and a bold floral teepee with a lantern
a silver hanging lantern and bold patterned pillows
if you have a fountain, fill it with flowers or flower petals
a boho picnic with a low table, a hanging lantern over it
exquisite white table decor and multiple hanging lanterns
sweetheart table decorated with lanterns, candles and fuchsia colored florals
multiple candles and a large lantern for the ceremony space
oversized floral hanging over the table and blue Moroccan poufs
terracotta tile escort cards
an arrangement of Moroccan lanterns with greenery and flowers
Your wedding cake may be simple but if you want to add a Moroccan flavor, rock a bold wedding cake with every tier in a different shade. Rock gold wedding cake décor or a crazy piece inspired by bold Moroccan pillows. My faves ones are wedding cakes inspired by Moroccan tiles, they are amazing and very refined!
wedding cake inspired by Moroccan tiles and with white sugar flowers