Missing beautiful Moroccan meets boho weddings? Then this wedding shoot will inspire and excite you as it’s filled with Moroccan beauty and took place in Sahara desert! Set in the Kam Kam dunes, this styled shoot had it all: safari-inspired bride and groom style, a bohemian picnic in the sand, and a camel ride into the sunset.
The couple traveled 13 hours by bus from Marrakesh to be immersed in the culture-rich Sahara Berber region. The couple spent the morning at the camp, a glamping site filled with traditional Berber tents adorned in local-made organic leather. The picnic setting featured canopies and pillows, rugs and low wooden tables plus metal trays and wicker chargers for each place setting. Dried blooms and grasses plus colored glasses helped to create a welcoming boho space.
The couple’s clothing celebrated the desert safari feel of this elopement, as the bride wore an Elizabeth Dye two-piece and the groom wore a traditional Arabic-styled piece and hat. The bride rode a camel as the duo traveled across the dunes to chase the desert’s waning light. A local officiant led the couple through their vows, then they ended the evening under a sprawling dried-floral canopy from Brier and Ivy with a gorgeous tablescape styled by Mae and Co. Kam Kam Dunes was perfect for this adventure-seeking couple, who embraced all the natural beauty of Morocco’s desert.