If you happen to’re able to get misplaced in a magical, faraway daydream, welcome to Dubai’s Al Qudra desert the place our bohemian bride goals have come true.
Most of our desert marriage ceremony inspiration on BM arrives from Morocco, stuffed with Berber tents & vibrant colours. Or else, The American Southwest, adorned with cacti & Mexican affect. Right now, we drift longingly into The Empty Quarter: Emirati desert sands that fade within the lightest pastel sunsets, styled with impartial decor & dried grasses in taupe, nude & cream.
We’ve lengthy puzzled of the marriage potential of Dubai’s outer reaches (in spite of everything, our founder Elizabeth calls Dubai her dwelling!) and this beautiful inspiration captured by Krust Images confirms what we’ve lengthy thought: empty house, impartial tones & a assured golden hour equals marriage ceremony magic.
This Desert Rose styled shoot serves as inspiration for the bohemian, right down to earth bride with a slight obsession with gold. We determined to do two appears to be like. One for the minimalist bride and the second for the bride who loves slightly bit further drama.
Our first look was the beautiful rosa from Bo and Luca with a cape-like again and refined white beading. A smooth flowy look rounded off with assertion earrings. Look two was the two-piece hand-beaded Amelie from Bo and Luca, with an abundance of element and smooth layering of wealthy silk.
We wished to painting the vastness of Al Qudra Desert desert and the fragility of life by utilizing a mix of dried and recent stems. We integrated feathery grass, pampas, Lunaria seed pods and fluffy asparagus fern in impartial dusty tones rounded of with mom of pearl roses and white Lisianthus. The mixture created a whimsical with a contact of romance.
Our cake was two tiers of scrumptious chocolate buttercream. We integrated dried and recent stems and touches of gold to create this elegant masterpiece, a good looking collective creation by Muffins by Zoya and Iris and Might Florist.
The Styling & Decor
Our decor, rigorously curated by Palmera Design and Occasions, consists of a mixture of wealthy textures, pure fibers and heat golden and burnt orange tones. A low seater desk and leather-based poufs tied in with the bedouin desert theme. Small antiquities stuffed with spices and flowers on prime of our macramé desk runner offers an adventurous desert dweller really feel. To spherical off this rustic look we added natural baskets stuffed with pampas and added handwritten calligraphy stationery in impartial tones.