Less is more in the best way possible throughout this modern boho minimalist wedding inspiration captured by Nikk Nguyen Photo! Organic and understated, this styled shoot seems to tell a romantic love story with a cool, intimate vibe featuring organic and understated décor elements that totally catch the eye. These wedding scenes leave the natural beauty of the venue to shine through, sparsely decorated with impactful, artisanal details like stamped leather and modern signage from Owl & Envelope that will surely leave an impression on guests without doing too much. Our favorite part, of course, is the stunning bride who models a Rue de Seine “Kenzo” gown from Unbridaled, embellished with an overlaid pattern of ornate corded embroidery, and featuring a stylish cutaway midriff offering a subtle glimpse of skin while highlighting the waist. Its shoulders and décolletage are framed by a fitted sleeve, above a slim skirt silhouette that softly flares for movement. Every element works in perfect harmony throughout this modern minimalist wedding inspiration full of bohemian touches. Read on for a note from the talented photographer that captured these scenes through a warm-toned lens down below. Cheers!
Photo // Nikk Nguyen Photo
From the photographer: “Y’all know I love a good styled shoot. I really enjoy working with other creatives and being a part of a vision coming to life. There is so much beauty to capture in the elaborate details that go into a styled shoot. That being said, I love capturing the beauty in simplicity, and this Camino Real Ranch inspiration shoot was just that: simple, chic, and elegant. The models for this shoot were perfect. They were stunning together and photographing them was a breeze… For this shoot, I wanted to simply enhance the personality of the event by keeping a natural, classic, yet fresh, design. The geniuses over at The Farmer & I Flower Co. did an incredible job of the floral arrangements. They designed and built floral pillars that were beautifully simple, but also regal and elegant.”