We’re totally swooning over Cara and Shaun’s breathtaking multicultural Marrakech wedding at Le Palais Paysan. The couple’s goal was to make sure their family and friends had a great time—with a drink in hand throughout the entire day! We love the laid-back vibe that’s mixed with touches of glam and gold decor planned by Boutique Souk. If you’ve ever dreamed of a wedding day in Morocco, these photos by Igor Demba are ones to add to your inspiration board!
The couple wanted the wedding guests to experience a different culture. They are both from London but live in Dubai and the bride also has African heritage. The guys felt Marrakech had the perfect blend of Arabic and African culture. They are all about good vibes and lots of fun. They wanted to go on a little adventure with their closest friends and family. They wanted to make sure everyone had a good time with not too much waiting around. They didn’t want it to be too traditional but also wanted to make sure it felt like a wedding. Making sure people were fed and always had a drink in their hand was very important to them.
The couple wanted a mix between the culture of the Medina and the scenery of the Atlas Mountains. On a trip to Marrakech we spent the day walking around the Medina, visiting different riads. Everyone was so welcoming. As soon as they walked into Ryad Dyor they knew it was special. Le Palais Paysan blew us away because of the architecture and the Atlas Mountain View’s.