Not at Coachella? Don’t worry, we are bringing the festival to you with this Coachella inspired elopement in Hawaii. Yes, Hawaii! Tropical mixes with the bohemian desert in this beautiful shoot, captured by Sparklelight Studios. You’ll go crazy for the cacti-infused floral arrangements, the fun, colorful table, and the golden glow on the beach.
This spring the desert is filled with wanderlusting music lovers from near and far. It’s Coachella season! We couldn’t think of better inspiration for a spring/summer wedding! When we think of this epic music festival, palm trees, floral crowns, tacos, and bohemian spirits come to mind.
Using Coachella as the wedding elopement theme, we thought a low, floor-seated style table would be perfect. Roam Rentals has some great vintage kilim and macramé pieces that fit the vibe perfectly. Plus, peacock chairs! There’s nothing better than by getting some stunning shots of the Mr. and Mrs. in some classic bohemian thrones.
The invitation suite and calligraphy details created by Farmstead Design Studio were like pieces to a puzzle that helped pull everything together. They set the tone for a beautiful, yet fun and well thought out wedding.
Ocean Dreamer always finds the best floral touches! She brought some native Hawaiian cactus to the party. Something you wouldn’t guess is found on the islands! And Sift Hawaii makes amazing vegan wedding cakes that are just as good to look at as they are to eat. She spoiled us with an amazing lemon cake!
Our goal was to show brides that a destination elopement can be inspired by truly anything. Even though Hawaii looks nothing like the Coachella Valley, we were able to capture the mood of the festival and intertwine those vibes into a destination elopement. As the palm trees swayed in the breeze and the sun dropped below the skyline in a stunning glow of orange and pink, the night was set for romance and we felt the magic of Coachella come alive.
5 responses to “Coachella Inspired Elopement in Hawaii”
Ahh I love this! 🙂
The florals are amazing!!
This is so pretty and romantic!!
I love this color palette – works so well for both the tropical and desert theme!