Desert bohemian wedding inspiration
There really is no one way to do a desert theme. For her own ethereal bridal vignette, Beatrice of Luna de Mare Photography was all about capturing the natural tones and vastness of the landscape. With the help of Sarah Park + My Lovely Events, she chose a quiet corner of Joshua Tree National Park and set up a boho chic scene that will probablyyy make you wonder why you don’t dine in the desert more often:
A unique color palette to borrow… White, pink, mustard, and agave.
Okay. Gotta stop and marvel at the genius that is this bouquet by Plenty of Petals. Right?! Going neutral and natural isn’t just about whites and creams—there are so many desert-inspired hues from pastels to earth tones in this location alone.
Beatrice explains, I wanted to capture the essence of stillness that forces you to pause and reflect. The desert has a natural way of forcing you to listen, and soothes you with earthy tones and a muted palette of vegetation. With those natural elements in mind, I sought to capture the quiet stillness in our bride, who wore a beautiful Rue De Seine beaded gown with fringes from Lovely Bride, carried a bouquet of pastels that whispered their beauty, and juxtaposed it all with gleaming gems in Citrine and Green Onyx by TACORI.
Um, could you just live here or…?
Thanks to Beatrice of Luna de Mare Photography + the talents below for inspiring us today.
Concept & Photography: Luna de Mare Photography / Direction & Styling: Sarah Park Events / Design & Rentals: My Lovely Events / Florals: Plenty of Petals / Makeup: JoAnn Salgado / Calligraphy & Artwork: Foil & Ink / Ribbon: Bellame Ribbon / Candles: Silk & Willow / Ring Box: The Mrs. Box / Gown: The Cleo by Rue De Seine from Lovely Bride / Veil & Headpiece: Twigs & Honey via Styled by Two’s Company / Jewelry: City Lights Collection by TACORI / Ankle Tattoo: Flash Tattoos / Model: Kate Watson with Newmark Models / Film Processing: Goodman Film Lab