Our theme was boho meets music festival. We had a camping wedding and were at the property with our friends and family for four days. Almost all decor was DIY and even the tables, chairs, and light posts were made by friends. We wanted to create a sort of bohemian festival-themed atmosphere, where everyone felt like they could do what they wanted in the space. The most important goal was to bring all of our family and friends together in one place and to make sure that everyone felt comfortable and welcomed.
Winter may be coming in Game of Thrones, but spring weddings are on the horizon and with them, FLOWER CROWNS. But why not take that rustic and boho look a step further and get yourself a semi-permanent, totally re-wearable style with dried flowers? I found some truly lovely pieces that include preserved flowers, rustic blooms, alternative add-ins, and truly wearable crowns for the wedding day and beyond.
Collin and I live in a very funky, folk community. We actually met in a ukulele class at a folk music festival, so when it came to our wedding aesthetic, it was going to be just as unique and beautiful as our lives are. During our two-year engagement, our friends and family offered up their many skills and talents which came together to create a very distinctive wedding.
The Sassafras Saloon in Hollywood, CA is a converted Savannah townhouse with Bayou style and eclectic cocktails, perfect for this rustic bar wedding. Just wait until you see all the wild and woolly vintage decor, Bess and Travis’ chic outfits, and the bar venue that is so intriguing.
Courtney and Brian share a love of nerding out with video games, so a Legend of Zelda forest-themed wedding at Ramekins in Sonoma, California was the order of the day. They ran into some issues with rain and weren’t sure if their outdoor wedding was going to go as planned. Thankfully, the rain stopped long to get mostly through the wedding.
Then it was gaming, dancing, and eating some fab birch-themed cake! Let’s peek at this geektastic meets elegant wedding…
This zodiac inspiration shoot was driven by constellation imagery with purples, gold, and a touch of galactic pink. Geometric and star shapes were used throughout, from the bride’s hairpieces, to the geometric wedding arch, to the table decorations, and geode cake. Don’t miss the bride’s loose bouquet of wildflowers and sage and the surprise gold vintage Volkswagen that happened upon the scene without any planning!