Sometimes opposites truly do attract... a lot of attention that is! This gorgeous wedding shoot brings in some fabulous details that feel like they are from opposite corners of the wedding world, and yet they work so beautifully we are star-struck by this whole day!
Keep scrolling to see what we mean, and please be sure to stop by the full gallery to find even more photos to "ooo" and "ahhh" over. Photos brought to you by the insanely talented Erin L. Taylor Photography.
From Erin L. Taylor Photography
The inspiration for this stunning bohemian wedding started with the main elements of wood and black metal, with copper accents with the additions of leather and Himalayan salt candle holders to finish the design.
Calligraphy on pieces of leather were attached to grid walls using copper wire. The leftover leather scraps were then used for the menus and place cards.
The table centerpiece cascaded down the length of the head table with greenery, pampas grass and beautiful colors ranging from yellow to coral to burgundy.
The ceremony was set in the trees and a copper arch was adorned with palms, pampas grass, and colorful florals. The aisle was created with layered palm leaves. A perfect boho aisle and alter. Vintage movie theatre chairs were used for guest seating.
As the sun began to set, it was time for an outfit change and for the happy couple to dance the night away under string lights. Our bride Rhe changed into a stunning reception dress and our groom Trevor changed up his outfit too, including a pair of his grandfather's boots.