Every wild and free-spirited couple needs to see Marija and Ali’s day at Nääs Slott! Their Swedish wedding has everything from flower walls to geometric shapes and a cultural ceremony set-up that was created to be totally boho by Emelie Ahlnér.
The couple wanted to keep it wild and bohemian. The bride explained her vision to the florist and explained that she wanted the wild style with lots of flowers, pampas grass and greenery. The couple wanted a wedding arch and a flower wall with geometric elements. The flowers followed the theme of gray, dusty rose, gold and green with dark elements. The decorations were mixed with geometric patterns and wild flowers. Grey cloths with golden straight chandeliers, glass boxes with different textures of paper and everything followed the color theme perfectly.
The guys wanted to pay tribute to the Persian tradition and chose to have a Persian wedding ceremony; Sofreh Aghd. There are several symbolic objects that make up a Sofreh Aghd. Tableware and all items represent a part of the couple’s new life and marriage together.
We’re positively obsessed with Marija’s bridal look — she rocked her bohemian babe look in a Grace Loves Lace gown and botanical braid hairstyle that has swooning. The groom was wearing a neutral suit, a white shirt and a green tie.