When Mohammad and Dalia approached us to plan their destination wedding at the Dead Sea, Jordan, we didn’t know that we would be planning one of our absolute favorite events! Yes, you heard it right, theirs is a wedding for the books.
Dalia had a very specific wedding theme in mind when we first met, which made it all that more fun trying to find the different elements and styles that we wouldn’t necessarily find in Jordan. However, with the help (read: patience) of several local suppliers we pulled it off.
Her theme was Boho / Chic – a concept that combines the mainstream bohemian, hippie style of the 60’s and 70’s with an elegant fashion forward chic style. The theme brings in elements that shout free-spirited or down to earth, with a touch of sophistication. This was clearly visible throughout.
We used burlap table covers, and topped them off with embroidered lace runners. We designed bright garden style centerpieces using an assortment of hydrangeas, roses, fern, eucalyptus, pampas grass, and topped off the look with an antique gold vase. We also added elements such as wooden welcome sign boards, wooden crates, wooden cross-back chairs to complete the overall theme and style.
As for the bride, she wore a flowy v-neck satin gown, with lace off the shoulder sleeves. She topped off her look with a floral crown with touches of burgundy that matched her bouquet, which highly complimented the bride’s long coffee bean hued wavy hair that cascaded down onto her beautiful dress.
Location, location, location. The element that brought everything together was the Marriott hotel’s gorgeous landscape and view overlooking the Dead Sea. The tranquility and natural sunlight were vital mood makers and the unworldly view was the ultimate backdrop.
And to top things off, the mother of the bride decided to make the best homemade grape jam mini jars – adding a sweet sense of togetherness to the whole day!
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