Moroccan inspired boho wedding

Elizabeth and Robin’s intimate wedding was an emotional, warm and powerful one. Tears of joy, words that will be remembered for a lifetime and uncontrollable fits of laughter were shared amongst dear friends and family. Meaningful vows were read on a summer’s evening, in a wild overgrown meadow in the mountains of Andalusia, Spain. The bride, beautiful and goddess like wore a floaty bohemian gown with to-die-for flared sleeves, designed and made by her mother and the groom and bridal party dressed in warm earthy shades harmonising with the wedding design.

Leading an eco conscious lifestyle, Lizy and Robin’s wedding was effortlessly sustainable and earth friendly. The whole menu was vegetarian, serving a delicious variety of hearty home cooked Spanish dishes, Ottolenghi style salads, organic wines and raw vegan desserts. Stationary was printed on khadi paper (handmade from India) and eclectic decor that had been collected on their travels were used to style parts of the wedding. Beaded and woven rattan lampshades, florals and greenery hung low over the rustic dining tables. Berber rugs, low chakki tables, poufs, cushions and lanterns crowded the meadow creating the cosiest nomadic style chill-out lounge.

An extraordinary experience and I feel so privileged to have worked with The Kitcheners on this one.

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