Such a gorgeous style shoot on Linen and Silk this morning! As you can see from one of my Pinterest boards, I love Moroccan wedding inspiration, with vibrant colours and lots of gold, so when I received this submission, deciding whether to feature it or not was a no brainer.
So many pretty details that you can easily replicate for your own wedding. I particularly love how they’ve used what looks like a silk scarf to decorate the console table and how food is key to tying the overall theme together.
Behind this shoot is photographer Joleen Willies, so I’m going to leave it to Joleen to tell us more about the inspiration:
“This shoot was inspired by Moroccan culture, with an American, boho bridal twist. Together with a team of creative professionals, the Moroccan/Boho vibe of the shoot found its way to a desert landscape, where the muted tones of the dry earth provided the backdrop for the pieces, style, and a summery palette of bright oranges, and golds.
All of the vendors involved did their respective research for special insight into Moroccan culture. The food was especially Moroccan specific, featuring mint tea, olives, cous cous and a carrot salad with black rice, drizzled with harissa vinaigrette. The salad added just the right amount of color and texture to the table.
Keeping even more with Moroccan specific details, a local henna artist offered her talents, displaying traditional henna as a modern bridal adornment, no matter the culture.”
Thank you, Joleen, for submitting this inspiration shoot for our readers!
Have a fabulous week!
Credits: Photography: Joleen Willis Photography / Caterer: Ode to Goodness / Floral Design: Lulu Arabella / Makeup:FLAWLESS Hair & Makeup Design / Henna: Lavender Moon Henna / Handmade Goods Designer: CoCo Piccolo / Models: Ruby Willis & Nate Frazier