Rebekah and Marco wanted their quirky style to shine through with a bright boho wedding. Inspired by travel, hot hair balloon festivals and lots of colors, they enlisted the help of Savannah’s best, Design Studio South, to bring their vision to life. The Railroad Museum in Savannah proved the perfect backdrop for their eclectic day. How amazing are these hot air balloon inspired invitations!?
The “Paloma” gown by Elizabeth Dye is the perfect dress for the bride who wants an nontraditional color but is still soft, romantic and dreamy.
Rebekah and her party were decorated with henna, a surprising and wonderful element to any boho wedding.
How perfect are these Kate Spade hot air balloon clutches and passport covers! LOVE.
Hooray for dogs at weddings! Make your pup a part of your wedding party with a flower collar.
This macrame ceremony arch was probably my favorite wedding detail. I love that it gives you something meaningful to hang in your home later.
Guests found their seats with dream catcher place cards. Sparkle, color and a mix of collected vessels provided the reception with an eclectic feel. Guests wrote notes on vintage postcards.
A signature cocktail is always a great idea – Rebekah and Marco named theirs after their pup!
Rebekah and Marco, thank you so much for including me in your day! Your boho wedding was literally a dream.
Wedding planning & design: Design Studio South
Gown: Paloma by Elizabeth Dye
Dress boutique: Dame Couture
Headband & bracelet: BHLDN
Florist: Kiwi Fleur
Caterer: Chef Nick Mueller
Desserts: A Squad Bake Shop
Hair & Makeup: 40 Volume Salon
Officiant: Rev. Steve Schulte
Invitations: Lowcountry Paper Co.
Macrame Ceremony Arch: MyMacramania on Etsy