Boho Beach Wedding on Hilton Head Island
This fall Hilton Head Island wedding was full of DIY details by the bride and groom for their decor and flowers, in shades of creams, peach and blush.
All I had to do was read that this beautiful Bride is an Anthropologie display artist to know I was in for a treat. And what a treat it is! Having DIY'd every decor item themselves, this couple's talents shined bright, from their driftwood arbor to the Bride's fantastic floral crown, photographed for us to enjoy by Riverland Studios. Get swept away with all this boho beauty right here.
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From Riverland Studios... Noelle and Patrick finally tied the knot! The couple had been dating for ten years prior to their wedding day. The two grew up vacationing with their families on Hilton Head Island. “We have always joked about getting married there, so when it finally came time to take the next step, it made sense to begin there,” Noelle told us. “Our ideal wedding is a celebration of our union in front of our closest friends and family members. We want everyone to relax and be comfortable and just have fun together! We feel so blessed that for a long weekend we will be able to have all the people we love more than anything together at once.”

Noelle, a display artist at Anthropologie, worked with Patrick to design the entire wedding day from scratch! We love all of their DIY details: a beautiful driftwood arbor, handcrafted tablescapes, and a flower crown made from scratch! Noelle chose linen, baby's breath, sea glass, and driftwood to compliment Hilton Head’s rustic and natural landscape. Soft pastel colors and natural textures wash over guests like a vintage dream.

An eager group of family and friends watched as Noelle and Patrick exchanged vows at the Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort. After a beautiful beachside ceremony, the celebration continued at the reception with dinner, dancing, and homemade (of course!) cookies and cake for dessert.