Tuesday, January 5, 2016

{ bohemian heritage } Caitlin & Nick's wedding story

A Korean-Infused Boho Wedding

In September 2015, Caitlin & Nick said their I Dos with a unique wedding concept blend of Caitlin's boho style and Nick's Korean heritage. The images and captions below show you how two starkly unique concepts blended together to create one stunning wedding vision.

 
The boho dahlia was the floral focus. Plus, check out Caitlin's dazzler.


 
The garland running down their farm head table was a work of art; sprinkled with dahlias, succulents, eucalyptus and taper candles. At the end of the head table was a custom gobo projection that Caitlin designed. The elephants were a personal nod to her grandmother, a provided a bit of asian flare; and the intricate edge pattern was inspired by the dahlia. 

 
Her flower choices were all very boho style, but the peaches and oranges tied nicely into the brightly-colored Korean elements, like the flower girl dresses (see below).

Another custom piece, the ceremony arch was a collaborative design. The light, neutral fabric choice hung a-symmetrically created a zen ceremony backdrop.

 
To incorporate some of Nick's Korean heritage, a traditional wedding fan in a brightly-colored silk was placed on each seat. It came in handy in the Texas sun. 

The flower girls wore traditional Korean gowns, hand stitched in Korea. The colors were beautifully vibrant.

 
The bridesmaids wore backless, chiffon gowns in a pale grey/blue. Not to mention...THOSE SHOES! 
Caitlin was a stunning bride in an intricate, lace gown. This picture is how every bride should feel on their wedding day.


Congratulations Caitlin & Nick!

Vendor Credits
{ design/coordination } Olive & Belle Events
{ photography } Mint Photography 
{ flowers } Stems Floral Design
{ lighting } ILIOS Lighting Design
{ venue } Ma Maison
{ catering } Rosemary's Catering
{ hair & makeup } Lola Beauty


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