Colorblock decor is one of the latest wedding trends that we are absolutely obsessed with, and this boho wedding is full of all the inspiration in terracotta and neutrals! This wedding day was truly one for the books, as Katie and Phillip couldn’t have been more ecstatic to finally have their personal, unique wedding day after having to postpone for months due to COVID-19. As the perfect mix of rustic and soft industrial styles, the stunning setting of Mae’s Ridge made for an undeniably light and bright venue for all of the boho, terracotta and arched-shaped pieces of this celebration to be showcased. With Katie and her best friend starting up a wedding decor rental business of their own, she wanted her wedding to encompass all that she wanted her business to reflect, making her own wedding the first one to include some of the pieces featured – including custom made ceremony arches, champagne wall, welcome sign holder and the colorblock arch that held their custom neon sign – we’ll definitely be on the lookout for these pieces in future weddings! Throughout the evening, guests enjoyed custom cocktails from Drink Slingers that not only matched the color palette of this day, but tasted as good as they looked – we’d happily take one of those watermelon refreshers right about now! To keep the celebration going all weekend, the newlyweds plus some of their guests enjoyed the oh-so comfy luxury accommodations at Lucky Arrow Retreat. Scroll to see all of the colorblock decor of this boho wedding and the terracotta and neutral color palette that infuses it all. Cheers to Mr. and Mrs. Fleharty!
Photo // Peyton Rainey Photography
From the bride on her dream wedding maker: “Joell and Rick, the owners of Mae’s Ridge, were so incredible. From the moment I came to tour the venue through our entire wedding, they did everything they could to make sure we had a great experience and an amazing wedding. When we had to postpone, they did everything they could to make sure we found a new date that worked for all my vendors. They have poured so much love and time into every aspect of Mae’s Ridge and it really shows!”