I have the most gorgeous 1970 Bohemian Wedding Inspiration to share with you this morning. The shoot was captured by Jamili Craft Photography and presented by Natasha from 540 weddings and events. The shoot took place in Temukula, California last November and was filled with the most beautiful detailing. The deep jewel tones work beautifully against a light natural forest backdrop. I just admire the vibe of 1932 this shoot is giving us, you can tell that Natasha and her team have taken some very strong inspiration from their love of vintage at 550 weddings and events. This shoot is perfect for any of you who mix some natural elements into a modern-meets-boho wedding. I hope you love it as much as I do.
Out of 540 weddings and events, Natasha tells us more about shooting
I absolutely love boho themed weddings! This style shoot was inspired by the 1970s, nature, and Corning ware plates my grandmother used as I was growing up! My goal was to mix the old with the new. I also thought about the concept of marriage and how it gets lost in wedding planning. Some couples get tense and get caught up in the details and forget why they fell in love. I immediately fell in love with Luna Bella Ranch, the perfect setting to display pure, simple and organic love. The shoot was made with a couple in mind who wanted to get back into nature and have a stress-free wedding. The couple who wants to run into an enchanted forest with some friends.
The venue boasts a beautiful watershed and I felt it was the perfect place for the couple and some guests to create an intimate dining experience. The goal was to create something unique and organic. The floral designer mixed a variety of flowers with succulent flowers that sat on a floor branch anchored with candles.
I used vintage glass to play on the 70s vibes, which paired well with the dark red velvet napkins. I used modern plates and bright silver utensils to tie all the elements together. The colors used were raised in rugs and pillows that actually popup against the forest background.
The focal point of the ceremony design was the couple, so no design elements were placed near the corridor. The transformation was decorated using bright colors that were against the woods and vines of large grapes.
I really wanted the bride to be fancy and free! And that was it! We decided to go for the shoot with no shoes and no jewelry! I chose a Les Boho style dress and paired it with a cognac hat. The bride highlighted orange in her hair which was really tied in the colors of the style shoot! The groom is wearing a dark purple suit provided by Fryer’s Tux that picks up the colors in the tablescape. The cake was made with the same jewel-rich tones found in the tablescape!
I fell in love with the Boho vintage inspired coffee cart by She Boves a Latte! Boho is a mixture of old and new! What better way than guests to remember this beautiful wedding which is a vintage inspired photo booth. The people at the Valley Vintage Photo Booth actually use an old antique camera as a prop! It was a very nice touch and tied in perfectly with the boho theme.
This style shoot was a labor of love! I wanted to create something unique and stunning!
Suppliers that made the shoot possible
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