Boho Desert Elopement

27 Jun

Today, weddings are all about the experience. Instead of starting with just a color palette, couples start with envisioning the ‘look and feel’ of the day—emphasis on the feel. A great example of this is the evolvement of the wedding elopement. This could mean anything from a quick ceremony in front of the judge to an intimate experience with a handful of close friends.

This boho desert elopement set the scene for the ultimate wedding elopement experience. With just a few guests in attendance, the wedding emphasized details and was a pop of color on the horizon.

boho elopement desert wedding

A simple wedding arch with ribbon streamers was a sweet, whimsical contrast to the desert environment for the couple to tie the know under. If you’re planning an outdoor wedding, a wedding arch is fabulous way to create an area that draws focused attention while also being visually pleasing.

boho wedding gold arch with ribbon streamers

While a destination wedding or an elopement wedding is typically about an intimate experience over the course of a few days, the ceremony and following shared meal are the pinnacle moments. We love the table details of this desert elopement! Vibrant and floral, the red tablecloth was a gorgeous focal point with gold accents and dreamy boho glass.

boho dessert wedding red and floral tablescape
boho dessert wedding red and floral tablescape

A bar featuring signature cocktails was set up, each drink made unique with personalized wedding napkins and custom printed straw tags. In line with the boho theme, the napkins were stamped with a horseshoe and the “lucky in love” couple’s name. Both of these custom wedding barware details also displayed the couple’s hashtag, #ImWithYouWhenImWithYou.

boho dessert wedding bar with signature drinks
boho dessert wedding personalized cocktail napkins
boho desert wedding custom printed straw tags
boho desert wedding getaway car

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Photo: Kelli Bee Photography
Coordinator: Feathered Arrow Events
Video: Anchor Pictures 
MUA/Hair: Cheek to Cheek Artistry
Florist: The Flower Chef
Installation: Corrie Sullivan
Calligraphist/Lettering: Erin Miller Williams
Bar Installation/Signature Drinks: CBP Events
Pastries: Britany Buckett
Dishes: Dish Wish
Party Favors: For Your Party
Tux: Friar Tux
Groom’s Shirt: California Cowboy
Getaway Car: Drive Vinty 
Location: City of Palm Springs

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