It’s no secret we’ve got a passion for free-spirited elopement inspiration, and the earthy bohemian vibes wrought from today’s feature is all that and more. Comfortable, inviting, and above all carefree, the white-brick loft was festooned with everyday items you might find in an art-lover’s west coast abode. Hello, gorgeous!
We love the way this narrative was conjured up by an exceptional team of Utah wedding creatives. Fortunately for us, Nhiya Kaye Photography was there to capture the light, the pretty and all the in-between moments.
Designed by The Hickenloopers in collab with Photo Native, the cozy wooden tablescape is bedecked with a texture frenzy. Stoneware plates, wooden dishes, metal goblets, printed napkins and faux fur hints. Not to mention the flourishing centerpiece!
The Potted Pansy hits another one out of the park with beautifully haphazard blooms in complementing shades of oxblood, persimmon, and peachy creams.
The exposed brick of the The Charcoal Loft proved to be the perfect backdrop for such pieces as a lush magnolia garland and a global-inspired palette of rugs, poufs and pillows.
Did your jaw drop to the floor when you saw this larger-than-life fiber art from Renata Stone who also styled the shindig? Yep. That makes two of us.
From the photographer, Rebecca of Nhiya Kaye Photography: Renata Stone, along with the photography teachers, The Hickenloopers combined their two styles. Renata wanted something moody and casually beautiful, while the Hickenloopers wanted something more boho. Renata created the backdrop herself, being inspired by the artist Belen Senra. Most of the pieces used in the shoot actually just came straight from her home and her taste for the beautifully casual. The whole feel of the shoot was to feel effortless, moody, casual, and just overall ambiance of beauty and celebration. Using different natural textures, muted moody tones, and unique designs spread throughout the shoot, the natural beauty of it all easily highlights the natural chemistry of the couple and excitement of the day.
Flour and Flourish has a reputation for photogenic confections, and this indigo work of art just might take the cake!
We’re crazy for this bell-sleeved wedding dress from Rue De Seine with embroidered lace in the prettiest floral pattern.
And how bout that Dutch braid? She takes this European bridal look from Alex Crabtree in stride.
Photography: Nhiya Kaye Photography
Event Planning: The Hickenloopers
Styling: Renata Stone
Coordination: Photo Native
Floral Design: The Potted Pansy
Venue: The Charcoal Loft
Wedding Dress: Rue De Seine
Bridal Boutique: Alta Moda Bridal
Hair and Makeup Artist: Alex Crabtree Hair and Makeup
Macrame Backdrop: Knottery Art
Cake: Flour and Flourish