This colorful Moroccan wedding shoot is far from what you are used to see in such pics. With planning by Style Led Creatives‘ creative retreat and design by the UK-based Butler & White and Mexico city based Maria Limon, it will just blow your mind away!
The elopement ceremony takes place in an abandoned Moroccan palace deep in the heart of Morocco. The wooden doors and crumbling walls made for a fantastic backdrop for the elopement ceremony, sweetheart table, and portrait session. The stationery suite was inspired by the crumbling Kasbah walls and created by Acqua & Ink with handmade paper, deckled edges, and watery paint effects. The team was fully inspired by Morocco’s rich colors and textures, all reflected so perfectly in the colorful cloud-like installation by designer, Maria Limon. She mixed colored gypsophila alongside hand-dyed ostrich feathers for a rather dreamy feel! The team created an explosion of color and texture amid the ruins of the palace via a low-level sweetheart table for the newlyweds. An eclectic mix of antique brass, French glassware, and hand-dyed textiles by Butterfly Linens juxtaposed perfectly with contemporary cutlery. The hand-painted cake by Avant-Garde Cake Studio was finished with peacock feathers and we are forever in love with that idea.
The groom went for a relaxed look in a sand-colored suit from ASOS and a pale pink shirt underneath. The bride, on the other hand, wore a show-stopping two-piece wedding dress full of embellished details by Spanish designer, Alicia Rueda. The top totally stuns with beautifully elaborate embroidery and beadwork while the skirt’s airy fabric created some magical movement. And the entire look wouldn’t be complete without those pink satin boots from ASOS!