Boho Elopement full of Thanksgiving Inspired Hues

This year we are thankful for gorgeous weddings that inspire us to get creative. With the impact of COVID effecting so many couples and vendors around the world we thought what could be a better way to celebrate this beautiful holiday than share an inspiring elopement full of Thanksgiving hues. Did someone say Thanksgiving elopement?! Yes, that’s right today on the blog we are sharing a gorgeous boho elopement that’s packed full of Thanksgiving inspired hues. Think your favorite shades of rust, tan and mustard.

Sarah Eichstedt Photography shares,

Love is Unstoppable.. even in these trying times. Day by day a lot of brides are deciding to push through with their dream elopement wedding, and we’re all here for it. Elopements and micro weddings are the best choice for couples who want to get married this year. Not only can these gorgeous weddings follow safety health precautions, it can be the best intimate and magical event for both the couple and the guests.

For this shoot, we decided to make the ultimate boho style elopement. Since Boho is the wedding theme of choice for many brides, we wanted to emphasize how you can achieve a boho micro wedding even in an indoor setting. In this setting, the bride and groom outfits are more relaxed, boho, and trendy! This makes it so much fun to photograph and will help couples enjoy the wedding more. (Of course, the overall aesthetic will be the talk of the town for the gram!)

To achieve an overall boho look, we used the basic and quality design essentials such as the prettiest wild dried florals for the equally gorgeous lounge and table scape, as well as the bridal bouquet, to which we added a touch of silk velvet ribbon. The table scape and design were achieved using the prettiest hand dyed gauze table runners that brought out an organic and dreamy feel to the whole venue with its texture and colors. We went a little extra with the tableware and the calligraphy installations to bring in some elegance. Besides, if there will only be a number of guests, the goal is to make them feel extra special!

This shoot just goes to show how you can still have your ideal wedding with the most gorgeous boho style even if the events happening around the world are not ideal. Love is a celebration and there are many ways to celebrate it in style and while considering the health and safety of your family and friends. Our last tip? Make gorgeous wedding inspired masks!


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