An intimate forest elopement in Mississippi becomes extra special with bohemian fashions and Southwestern inspired elements. This Southwestern wedding inspiration shoot includes organic and tribal influences with pieces provided and styled by Lovegood Wedding & Event Rentals. Blooms: A Garden Shop created a truly unique floral and plant design with succulents, aloe, and King Protea. April and Paul Photography documented each carefully curated detail, as well as some especially sweet moments between models Leah and Marcos, who happened to get engaged just before the shoot!
From the Photographers: We went into this styled shoot with a vision for a fun, yet intimate tribal theme. Music, laughter, and lots of romance. We embraced the rainy day in a lush Mississippi forest with whiskey and a tambourine. Not to mention our two gorgeous models got engaged the day before they played bride and groom.
The Talented Team:
Photography – April and Paul Photography
Event Planning – Lovegood Wedding & Event Rentals
Floral Design – Blooms: A Garden Shop
Cake – Cotton Blues
Invitations – The City Hippy
Wedding Dress – Free People
Bridal Accessories – Simple Joys by Ginny
Rings – Taylor Barnett
Plates – Peter’s Pottery
Rentals – Lovegood Wedding & Event Rentals
Tambourine – Madebybettyb
Thanks to April and Paul Photography for sharing this Southwestern wedding inspiration with Junebug! For more bohemian wedding ideas, check out Emma and Andrew’s multicultural-inspired wedding at The Captain Whidbey Inn.