Boho meets rock and roll in Jacqueline and Clayton’s Beldi Country Club wedding. Inspired by the culture and fashion in Marrakech, Morocco, Jacqueline and Clayton let their surroundings influence their wedding decor and style. With a custom-made suit for Clayton and a couture Atelier Loukia wedding dress for Jacqueline, these two looked effortlessly stylish on the biggest day of their life. Dressed to the nine’s they said “I do” and celebrated with their closest family and friends with dinner and dancing. Caroline Dyer-Smith Photography captured the day’s fun festivities and stylish details.
Jacqueline and Clayton
Beldi Country Club, Marrakech, Morocco
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Jacqueline is Swiss and Clayton is American. We wanted a location that would not favor any of our home countries but that would be something completely new and unique for our wedding day. Also, we both have lived in Berlin for a long time and therefore have many loved ones there. Marrakech is fairly easily accessible from Europe but still feels like such a different world. Being a fashion editor, Jacqueline also loves the fashion atmosphere in Marrakech with Yves Saint Laurents influence there.
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We personalized our ceremony by singing and playing the guitar together. We also recited a poem that we both liked, and we had one of our good friends sing after we said: “I do.”
We couldn’t have had a better photographer. We had met Caroline earlier for a coffee and answered her questionnaire. She did everything exactly the way we wanted it – I would recommend Caroline to absolutely everyone who wants emotional, memorable photos that are not too staged.
Clayton wore a custom-made traditional Moroccan suit from a local tailor and Jacqueline wore a dress by the greek Haute Couture Designer Atelier Loukia that she had brought from Athens.
Our favorite photo is the one where we are kissing in the rose gardens under my veil.
We wanted something bohemian, rock´n´roll, but also spiritual – Marrakech has it all. And when we saw The Beldi Country Club we didn’t have to look at any other locations.
The most memorable moment was when we were carried into the party on palanquins. (We were forced to do it but, definitely, have no regrets!)
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Caroline Dyer-Smith Photography
Event Planning and Floral Design – Loubna of Beldi Country Club
Venue and Catering – Beldi Country Club
Cake – Patisserie Amandine
Officiant – Sandra Zwollo of Harem Escape
Makeup Artist – Marian Filali
Wedding Dress – Atelier Loukia
Bridal Accessories – Manolo Blahnik
Rings – Tiffany and Co, Dagmar Jacob
Flower Girl Dress – Quis Quis Kids
Congratulations to Jacqueline and Clayton, and a big thanks to Junebug member Caroline Dyer-Smith Photography for sharing this glamorous Moroccan wedding with us! For more desert inspo, check out when only camels were witness to this impossibly dreamy Sahara Desert wedding.