Getting married in front of an ocean landscape could not be more romantic in the summer. But what happens when you blend bohemian touches with dreamy beach details? Stay tune for today’s post shows you how to incorporate trendy modern touches of marble into a seaside wedding plus more! All of which we present to you in a stunning palette of varying hues of blue and purple.
Bohemian Beach Wedding Styling Inspiration
Select a modern invitation suite (4) with a sapphire and violet marbled acrylic finish. Match your wedding cake (2) with a similar marbled design rendered in aqua. Opt for simple ivory green roses with purple sweet peas and hyacinth bridal bouquet (3).
Don’t just turn heads when you walk down the wedding aisle, make a stunning statement with this alluring crepe gown (1) with a sweeping long train and off-the-shoulder sleeves via BHLDN. We did say that this beach wedding had bohemian hints, right?
For your signature cocktail (8), bring a tropical twist with the Pacific Wave. A gorgeous cocktail made from blue curacao, Bacardi Superior, grapefruit liqueur, and lemon juice.
Imagine a long bare wooden table (5) decorated with elements like scalloped edged plates with gilded edging, pewter accent pieces, sheer lilac napkins, purple goblets, wine bottles, and chairs with peacock-inspired trimmings. Give guests seaside favors (6) wrapped in sheer lilac organza cloth! Lastly, be sure to have your photographer take an amazing shot (7) of the bride and groom as the sun goes down; perhaps as seen along the beaches of Aruba.
Please be sure to visit these sites:
1 – Sascha gown via BHLDN (*affiliate link)
2 – Blue marble wedding cake from Whipped Bakeshop
3 – Bridal bouquet found on Colie Cowie Weddings
4 – Invitation suite via Vellum & Vogue
5 – Tablescape found on Friar Tux with Event Planning + Design: Lorena Riach of Rustic Vintage Events and Photography: London Light Photography
6 – Favors by Bellenza
7 – Aruba sunset via Aruba.com
8 – Pacific Wave Cocktail via Tales of the Cocktail. By Andrew Larson for The Nolen in San Diego. Photo by Jim Sullivan.