I love this wedding.  I love that the bride and groom described it as “gypsy-like in design” where “nothing matches, but everything feels right.”  I love that the entire day was held in their breathtaking private villa in Coconut Grove, aka, one of the prettiest backdrops I have ever seen.  And I also love that it was literally infused with one moment after another of personality-filled details, from the Mediterranean feast of olives and hummus to the Turkish coffee and baklava served to each guest at the end of the evening.  See it all in the full gallery captured by Daniel Lateulade.  It’s a beauty.

From Daniel LateuladeKat & Edvin are graphic designers who were married on 12/1/12 at their villa in Coconut Grove, Florida, and everything was designed to be a direct reflection of their personalities.

When Kat wrote me to describe her wedding day, she said “The main theme of the wedding is love, family, travel and a celebration of cultures. The decor of the wedding is a mashup, inspired from the bride & groom’s love of Moroccan/Indian/Spanish/French lifestyle. Very gypsy-like in design. Nothing matches, but everything feels right.”

Their Hindu Fire Ceremony was inspired by the bride’s yogic tradition, and was followed by a Mediterranean family style dinner of olives, hummus, pita, grilled lamb and babganoush. In honor of the groom’s Bosnian heritage (and in homage to the couple’s tradition of making coffee together every morning), Kat & Edvin personally made and served Turkish coffee and baklava to their guests before leaving for their honeymoon in Marrakech.

Wedding Photography: Daniel Lateulade / Venue: Private Villa in Miami, Florida / Wedding Coordinator + Event Styling: Lauren Buck Design & Events / Catering: Lenore Nolan Ryan / Wedding Dress: Temperley of London / Groom’s Attire: Ermenegildo Zegna / Hair + Makeup: Josie Miller