Regal & Colorful Moroccan Palace Wedding Inspiration

Regal & Colorful Moroccan Palace Wedding Inspiration

Morocco is magical. For many years, I’ve been drawn to Moroccan weddings and spoiled with photographing a couple of myself. There’s nothing like a normal Moroccan fete – colorful decoration in ornate palaces, dramatic gown modifications, and enormous tiered cakes. Today’s motivation celebrates these regal old-fashioned Moroccan elements catered to your contemporary few.

Using her family trip house, Charlotte Ricard of Los Angeles Fete planned and designed a bridal styled shoot complement Moroccan royalty. The palace that is stunning filled up with colorful florals, textiles, treats and balloons and combined with luxe classic gold and silver lanterns, tables and crockery. Six tiers seemed sufficient for this type of royal occasion – the original dessert, in bright candy colors and gilded therefore ornately, is definitely an absolute showstopper.

Enter our positively modern and merely as regal groom and bride. Featuring two stunning Galia Lahav gowns from Brides Do Good (read on about their fabulous cause! ) our bride is absolutely nothing lower than a Moroccan queen. A sexy and romantic lace sheath dress is followed closely by possibly perhaps one of the most magnificent sweetheart ballgowns we’ve ever seen – absolutely fit when it comes to modern princess – twirling for the reason that dreamy Marrakech light captured by Roberta Facchini Photography.

From Los Angeles Fete

This will be an extremely unique shoot for me personally because it happened inside my family trip house in Marrakech, somewhere i’ve constantly sensed will be simply therefore ideal for a wedding. There clearly was a natural splendor and rawness to Morocco that numerous individuals find spellbinding, myself included. In this shoot i needed to display tips on how to combine conventional and contemporary Morocco, utilising the stunning sun light and breathtaking tints and scenery that is therefore unique into the nation. Continuez la lecture