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Austin brides are sure to love this eclectic boho wedding inspiration planned and coordinated by Diletta Elaine Weddings to incorporate everything that makes couples want to wed in the desert-esque Texas area. Palm leaves, dried pampas, and garden roses from MOON FLORA STUDIO create the perfect bohemian blend of blooms that make for the asymmetrical altar of our dreams as well as a beautifully moody bridal bouquet. Tablescapes were breathtakingly set and every wedding scene comprised of so many organic details, but all eyes were on the bride. This bride models Rue de Seine’s Archer gown from Unbridaled with a bold, romantic and bohemian spirit that evokes the ornate prints and embroideries of India – with a drape of pearl beading, subtle cutaway bodice, and tassle back detailing. A full circle skirt has deep front splits for movement making this dress is an expression of unbridled joy for a bride dancing with her lover beneath a starry sky. A naked cake and neon signage make us believe love really is all you need after falling head over heels for this eclectic boho wedding inspiration, captured by the talented Katie Knotts Photography in the gallery below. Read on for a note from the planner about some of the vendors that made this magical day come to life. Cheers!

Photo // Katie Knotts Photography

From the planner: “I was lucky enough to coordinate this shoot with some incredible vendors. It was at the brand new venue, Camino Real Ranch in Lockhart. It was the brainchild of myself and Katie Knotts Photography for a while now and getting to see it come about was life-giving! We were so excited about the color story and the unique florals used by MOON FLORA STUDIO… The Unbridaled dress was MADE for our model Caitlyn and was the most unique piece. We could not have asked for better vendors!”


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Other Local Vendors:
Brush and Branch Design, Camino Real Ranch, Emberwild Films, Kayla Knight Cakes, Project Artistry