Dripping with gorgeous details and overflowing with stunning color, this Moroccan wedding inspiration was visualized by Events by Cassie and captured by Three16Photography - personally it's the best way to close out a week! It's inspiration overload and every last gorgeous moment is worth seeing a dozen times. Inspired by The Ebell of Long Beach's recent remodel, the venue oozes with Moroccan vibe from the architecture to the tile flooring. Making this venue ripe for something that would beautifully accentuate its grandeur - Cassie saw an opportunity and there is nothing more alluring then Moroccan beauty that unfolds strikingly into wedding inspiration for our readers. This romantic scene was set for a feast with rich hued blooms from Flower Allie and not one but two on point gown designed of Jinza Couture Bridal and Mary Me Bridal.
Inspirational Moroccan Details
Vibrant pinks, rose quartz, deep reds, gold and lots of greenery fill our senses throughout the floral designs and Luxe Linen's textured cloths. Giving the scene a touch of modernity, ghost chairs and white benches were added for the seating arrangements in the ceremony and reception. For the reception, careful consideration was taken into account to maintain the couture look of The Ebell by highlighting some the venue's authentic characteristics. For this, green ferns and an abundant amount of bright colored Bougainvillea and candles make the tile and fabulous fountain true standouts in the room, contrasting just flawlessly. The guest table was draped in a stunning amethyst linen from Luxe Linen with elegant patterned ivory overlay. Sundrop Vintage added bold and romantic dishware to compliment the linens, while the Moroccan like florals set off the overall color palette. This was one sweetheart table set for a Queen and her King. A large dark wooden Amalf table was the focal point, framed with Bougainvillea and fun geometric Moroccan accents for added dimension. Seriously swoon-worthy!