With Palm trees, a macrame archway, and bohemian bride and groom style, it’s hard to believe this elopement inspiration took place at Ripley Castle in the UK and not in California! Natalie Pluck Photography had one goal in mind: to show couples that you can recreate a cool, California vibe anywhere in the world with a natural color palette, organic textiles, boho-inspired attire, and flawless styling. This greenhouse space was transformed into a cozy elopement hideaway with florals designed by Manor Garden, a beautiful marble cake baked by Gabriella Grace Cakes, and, of course, the macrame archway of our dreams from Larks Head Design. We can’t get enough of the bride’s two boho-inspired dresses from Shikoba Bride, her eclectic jewelry and hair crowns, and the casual, folksy vibes Dandy Threads channeled into the groom’s outfits.
The Talented Team:
Photography – Natalie Pluck Photography
Venue – Ripley Castle
Floral Design – Manor Garden
Cake – Gabriella Grace Cakes
Stationery – Ruby Shoes Wedding
Makeup Artist – Laura Mac
Wedding Dress – Shikoba Bride
Bridal Accessories – Alice Clarke
Groom’s Apparel – Dandy Threads
Macrame Archway – Larks Head Design
Thanks to Junebug member Natalie Pluck Photography for sharing this gorgeous elopement styled shoot at Ripley Castle! Want to see more wildly romantic elopement inspiration? This St. Lucia elopement at Tet Paul Nature Trail is pure wild bohemian romance!