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WEDDING BLOG

Boho Brides Will Want to Take Notes From This Blush and Navy Carl House Wedding

August 2, 2018 | juliette

We’re pretty sure we were just transported into a boho fairytale when looking at these images of Peyton and John-Mark’s Atlanta wedding at Carl House! This indoor and outdoor affair had everything chic, bohemian-loving couples adore: an intimate garden, lush flowers covering every surface, lots of lace, flowing bridesmaids dresses, vintage frames, and calligraphed signage to show guests the way. The couple’s blush and navy color palette looked absolutely gorgeous against the Antebellum style home and gardens and gave the entire day an ethereal and romantic quality. Peyton nailed modern bohemian bridal style with a champagne lace and pearl-beaded gown from Sweet Elegance Bridal and a pearl crown and arm cuff from BHLDN, but it was her and John-Mark’s custom denim reception jackets that truly made the look. We are blown away by every detail of this bohemian wedding, and we are so grateful that Aline Marin Photography captured every moment!

The Couple:

Peyton and John-Mark

The Wedding:

Carl House, Atlanta, Georgia

I love all things boho. My dress was a unique, champagne-nude color with ivory lace and pearl beading. I wore a headpiece, earrings, and an arm cuff to complete my look. JohnMark‘s favorite color is navy so he chose to wear a navy tuxedo with ivory pieces. The bridesmaids wore blush dresses and flower crowns and the groomsmen wore navy tuxedos with blush boutonnieres.

Our photographers Aline and her husband Mihai were amazing and so easy to work with. They made our day so fun and kept everyone laughing. They were very go-with-the-flow with our timeline, which kept us both comfortable, relaxed, and calm throughout the whole day. They made the most of their time and made sure that they got every single shot that we wanted. Aline and Mihai are so sweet and blended right in with the crowd. We could not have asked for better photographers!

There were a few decorations that I made myself. I repainted a few antique mirrors and used them as chalkboards which I hand-lettered myself. I also painted a King Protea on canvas, which was the main flower in all of the floral decor. It was displayed at the reception. My mom and I gathered lots of picture frames over the past year and we framed our engagement photos and placed them around the room for the reception. I also hand painted and distressed the denim jackets that we wore for our grand exit.

I surprised JohnMark for our first dance. He knew what song we were dancing to but he had no idea what I had planned. For our first dance we “danced on a cloud”. Our DJ brought a dry ice machine that created a fog effect on the ground around us while we were dancing. It was so magical and showed up so well in our photos and videos. JohnMark‘s reaction was priceless! I’m so glad I kept it a secret.

The Wedding Team:

Photography – Aline Marin Photography
Venue, Event Planning, Floral Design, and Catering – Carl House
Macarons and Meringues – Mac Lab Bakery
DJ – DJ Louie Productions
Videography – Rshot
Stationery – Plain Jane Designs
Makeup Artist – Sarah T Makeup
Hair Styling – Salon 124
Wedding Dress – Sweet Elegance Bridal
Bridal Accessories – BHLDN
Bridesmaids’ Apparel – Show Me Your Mumu
Groom and Groomsmen’s Apparel – Men’s Wearhouse
Rings – A & J Jewelers
Favors – Sip Sip Hooray

 

Congratulations to Peyton and John-Mark, and a special thanks to Aline Marin Photography for sharing this lovely Carl House wedding with Junebug! Want to see more bohemian wedding inspiration? This retro bohemian-inspired wedding inspiration has us California dreamin’!

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2 Comments

  1. Hats-off to the Carl House for such beautiful planning and floral design. All photographs are amazing.

  2. Stunning wedding! So glad I got to see it in person!!

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