A Boho Sunset Elopement at White Sands National Monument

With Halloween just around the corner, Chelsea and Cody’s moody White Sands National Monument elopement gives us all the feels. Wedding Travelers Co. collaborated with a pretty incredible team of vendors, including photographer Meg Amorette, to turn this dramatic boho fairytale into reality.

We’ll start with the dreamy details. Pretty invitations were hand calligraphed by Wild Ivory & Co. We LOVED the use of gold ink on black paper and the suite’s deckled edges. Epic jewels were provided by Judy and Madeline and Lietofiore, and the prettiest engagement ring sat in a geode ring box from Naked Gem Studios. All of these goodies were styled perfectly by 3 Sisters on top of wooden farm tables and lounge furniture sprinkled with black candlesticks, cement and marble accents, and lots of rad throw pillows. Kern Place Florist provided the prettiest floral centerpiece, and we loved the creativity in the bride’s bouquet. Blush roses, wild greenery and even a protea were bound together with ivory ribbon.

Bride Chelsea started with a long sleeve lace gown by Pronovias. The neckline was stunning and the skirt was perfect for the adventurous bride who doesn’t want a train to get in the way of her travels. Her long blonde hair was pulled half up and romantic curls fell beautifully around her face. Later, she slipped into a flowing cap-sleeved gown by Maggie Sottero that moved beautifully has she ran across the dunes at sunset.

Coordinator. Wedding Travelers Co.
Photographer. Meg Amorette
Calligraphy. Wild Ivory & Co.
Quartz Headpiece. Judy and Madeline
Gold Bridal Jewelry. Lietofiore
Geode Ringbox. Naked Gem Studios
Rentals and Styling. 3 Sisters
Dresses. Pronovias and Maggie Sottero from Ella Blu
Beauty. Makeup by Brenda
Florist. Kern Place Florist
Cake. Chantilly
Hosts. Andrea Godfrey Photography and Stephanie Wood Photography

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