We planned this desert inspired wedding at Storehouse 408 because we wanted to showcase a luxury boho wedding with industrial accents. A modern tablescape, whimsical florals and untraditional wedding dress are just a few of the details. Needless to say, this monochromatic desert inspired wedding at Storehouse 408 will hit you in all the feels.

This wedding inspiration came to life with some of the most amazing vendors. Venue, Storehouse 408, was the perfect urban setting for a desert inspired wedding. The tablescape came together with a whitewashed table and modern wishbone chairs from Divine Furniture Rental, beautiful white, gold and sage green place settings from Simply Beautiful D├ęcor and candles/florals from us. Cake artist, Nadia and Co created the one-of-a-kind green square shaped cake. The beyond beautiful custom stationery with unique and thoughtful accents was designed and created by Avi Scribbles. Kate Danielle provided the stunning green amethyst ring which was complimented by a velvet ring box from The Little Rock Box. Our bride model, Nicole, was dolled up by makeup artist Dani Lynn Artistry and hair stylist Beauty By Bek and wore a unique beige tulle dress from Amazon paired with boots from Nasty Girl and custom earrings from Rose and Ash. Mike, our groom model, wore a moss green suit from Rw & Co paired with white leather sneakers from Cole Haan. The large ceremony floral arrangement created by us featured a mixture of white fresh and dried flowers and large dried palm leaves. All these incredible vendor contributions were captured perfectly by our editorial photographer, Brittany G Photography.

With this editorial we really wanted to have a full wedding feel. We started with the details, moved to a first look, a ceremony moment, bridal portraits and ended with reception and first dance. From start to finish, we believe we created the perfect desert wedding inspiration for a couple looking to have an urban and industrial wedding.