With dramatic florals and a spooky sweetheart table, Asia and Ana’s Tulum elopement was something out of a mystical dream! Let’s dive in!
When it comes to style, this couple has it going on — we love Asia’s lacy, boho Tadashi Shoji dress and Ana’s custom Bindle & Keep suit. If you’re into witchcraft inspired decor, you’ve got to see the sweetheart table that stylist and floral designer Maria Limon created for the couple’s romantic candlelit dinner. From a beautiful Shamanic ceremony to the coolest, moody couple’s portraits, this elopement just wows!
The couple wanted to be the total focus of the wedding. They wanted to incorporate things that meant something to them and felt authentic to them as a couple. This was the main reason they chose an elopement as opposed to the traditional wedding. They had a sound healer at the wedding that played various healing instruments while they got ready and during the ceremony. This offered an idyllic soundtrack to the day and no doubt relaxed them.
Asia‘s dress was a simple vintage boho style dress and was barefoot foot jewelry. The inspiration was something comfortable lacy and effortless. Ana’s suit was custom made by Bindle and Keep. Finding a suit for women that fit the way she wanted is difficult so having a suit made just for her with all the elements she wanted was key. Her inspiration was a clean-cut, elegant and trendy. The couple’s dog was wearing a floral collar.