Elizabeth and Capac were married in Joshua Tree National Park. They got ready together at Tile House, a rainbow clad rental in the desert, followed by an intimate outdoor ceremony and a low key reception with their guests at The Inn of The Seventh Ray in Topanga.
The wedding was very personal and inspiring boho chic with a couple of retro touches. The couple made their own decorations, gifts and stationery; the reception was quite whimsical. The themes reflected the couple’s love for nature, going on road trips and assisting the guests to go on an adventure. There was no moment of real inspiration for the theme, everything they chose just seemed natural. I like bold flowers used for the centerpieces and polka dot decor on the tables. They return to the desert over and over again and love Topanga, where they met for the first time.
I totally love the bridal look, which just screams boho chic. She was wearing a separate of a lace top and skirt decorated with natural stones and silver. Turquoise, green and silver jewelry made her seemingly simple look pop up. The groom’s look was retro-inspired and a bit boho, too: a dusty blue suit and suede shoes with a patterned t-shirt.
The food also reflected the couple’s tastes and a naked cake with love bird cake toppers and flowers is a perfect dessert for a boho chic wedding. There were also a lot of fruits and berries and some traditional Native American bread.