Ohhh this boho glamping wedding inspiration is one for the books in soft shades of blue, blush, and gold. KLO Events along with a team of must-have vendors styled this glamping wedding experience with a tropical garden vibe which featured a chic s’mores table for guests.
The unique design of the copper wedding arch is an unexpected twist we love, especially next to the bride-models stunning blush gown from La Soie Bridal. See all the highlights below, and find more must-see details captured by Olivia Richards Photography in the gallery.
From KLO Events: Kim Otis of KLO Events brought her glamping vision to life with a team of amazing creatives, artfully captured by Olivia Richards Photography. We wanted to blend together stunning nature with modern luxury and The Lighthouse provided the perfect setting, nestled among rolling hills and majestic waterfront, the newly renovated space, includes modern-day conveniences, historic charm and is surrounded by palm trees and other greenery.
playful color palette
The most important design element was mixing of pattern and textures with a fun color palette. This included cool shades of blue with pops of pink and gold to inspire playfulness and glam. Creative Team Gussy Up Decor really enhanced this vision through their beautifully built vintage, but modern furniture pieces, a triangle arch, inspired by a teepee, as well as retro luggage set for the adventurous couple. We added textures and patterns of fluffy throw pillows and textiles from Party Crush Studio.
S'more table love
No glamping experience would be complete without treats so we designed the ultimate s’mores bar with all the trimmings, including handcrafted marshmallows in assorted flavors from Plush Puffs. The design was elevated by adding sweet and sassy hand-painted tissue garland created by Nicole Gilmore of Lifted Balloons, to drape over the bar and give the treats a cheerful and festive presence. For more playfulness, she decided to have a little fun by adding balloon pearls and some unused blooms, which added to the aesthetic of the vignette. It was a colorful, but subtle reference to a chandelier and echoed the garland.