A vision of texture, warm colors complementing large turquoise doors, and a Southwestern meets Spanish vibe – that’s what this shoot is about. Colored candles, cactus, and macramé filled the venue, along with a rustic white farm, and rusting iron chairs. Let’s take a closer look at it.
Once they decided on this beautiful palette and design, they felt as if they could be transported from a terrace in Spain to a Southwestern desert. The versatility of the shoot was their absolute favorite part — with a toned down color palette, and taking out the Spanish tiles, this could definitely fit for many boho brides!
I love the boho and Morocco-inspired table décor, hanging flower pots in the macramé wall hangs, the bright blue candles, the pops of gold – everything is styled perfectly. Paper Tree Studio crafted an invitation suite to perfectly set the mood for the day: colorful, fun, with a little desert twist. A collection of cactus, candelabras with an old world charm, and rusting iron-laced chairs framed the turquoise door, which made for the perfect backdrop.
The bride was rocking a Sarah Seven gown with lace detailing in the bodice, combined with the flowing skirt is the perfect combination for a breezy, bohemian feeling. Her natural beauty was highlighted with a bold lip and a simple ponytail. The bridal warm-hued bouquet with peonies, dahlia, astilbe + more was crafted by Belovely. To balance out the warm palette, the groom wore a dark teal suit.
The wedding cake was a copper one with textural decor to match the color scheme, and every detail was edible. Need more pics of this beautiful shoot? Scroll down to see everything with your own eyes!