Tribal Boho Wedding Inspiration – Industrial Bohemian Wedding with an African Twist
Today I have some oh-so-stunning tribal boho wedding inspiration to show you. Tribal motifs are a beautiful design trend at the moment, and with a cultural meets global feel, they have a timeless nature that can be adapted to suit many other looks. Sail and Swan was super lucky to be part of a stunning collaboration with some of the most talented wedding suppliers in the US! This tribal boho wedding inspiration photo shoot was captured by Michelle Larmand Photography and you can check out the full feature on 100 Layer Cake here.
The beautiful suppliers for this shoot include:
Photographer: Michelle Larmand Photography
Stylist: One Palm by Laryssa Lee
Venue: Foundry Room in Edmonton
Floral Artist: Wildly Us
Groom’s Attire: The Helm
Models: Mode Models
Hair & Makeup: Blushed Beaute
Cake: Brianne Gabrielle Cakes
Jewellery: Tree Myriah
Stationery: Sail and Swan
Tribal Boho Wedding Inspiration
This tribal boho wedding inspiration collaboration brought together an incredible collection of ideas, mixing tribal textures and patterns with an industrial aesthetic, as well as a loose bohemian feel.
The tablescape features a palette of muted tones, with touches of warm earthy highlights in the dusty reds and oranges. Warmth was also brought through with natural textures, such as the wooden plates and woven jute place settings. Baskets, woven jute rugs, and African patterned textiles complete the look and add interesting layers of depth to the scene. Exotic fruit like pineapples and bananas subtly work their way in around the beautiful floral arrangements and there is a loose, natural look to the way the elements interact with each other. The table is filled with an array of leaves, textures and other natural elements, while candles make for a soft and romantic atmosphere.
The stationery mimics African textile patterns, in warm earthy tones of dusty reds, yellows and purples. This pattern is echoed int eh striking wedding cake by Brianne Gabrielle Cakes, with bold black and white tribal patterned details.
The bride wears a stunning Rue De Seine gown that make her look like an African goddess. The dress has intricate detailing in the lace, with botanical motifs forming a striking and elegant pattern. The Foundry Room makes for a paired back venue with a clean and industrial aesthetic. Woven jute rugs form an aisle for the bride, with Wildly Us creating a romantic explosion of flowers as the backdrop.
The setting tells a story of urban city life meeting tribal elements from across the globe, and the free spirit of bohemian way of life. The atmosphere is warm, romantic and intimate.
Photos from the Shoot
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