Rich history, opulent decor and a spicy color palette come together to create some magical bohemian wedding inspiration! If you’re all about blending the old with the new, you’re going to love how event designers, Plus Events, used these incredible old doors from Damascus as their initial inspiration, and then added in modern textiles, florals and fixtures.
The Ancient city of Damascus is a beautiful wonder, a rich culture where music and art once met to mark a legacy in the Arabian world. It made history when it was declared a World Heritage Site in 2013 by UNESCO. 100-year-old doors from the local market ended up being the inspiration behind our Fall Bohemian Wedding shoot! The surroundings inspired the stylists to choose earthy, natural tones. They added layers of random vintage rugs on the floor creating a path heading to the bride and groom’s seating. They also wanted to highlight the musical aspect of Damascus by using the Oud instrument which is very popular in the Arabian culture.
The Flower Library used an amazing mix of textures to create their designs for this shoot. Lots of grasses, texture flowers, and unique blooms like anthurium and amaranthus give an eclectic vibe to the decor. Plush Events shared that they love to use different textures and finishes to add depth to their designs. Leather and velvet seating, vintage rugs, woven baskets, macramé hangings and those rad doors make the perfect lounge space! Rad light fixtures and cool hanging decor are totally on-trend for 2020 weddings, so they were incorporated here. The wedding cake was a white one decorated with textural and colorful brushstrokes.
Get more of this gorgeous wedding shoot below!