Sweet Bohemian Resort Wedding | Las Vegas, Nevada

This bohemian resort wedding was the perfect way to end our May weddings. With lots of Pampas and laid back elements, this was a gorgeous example of what a resort wedding can be. The bride wore a beautiful bohemian dress with lace cut outs and the groom looked dapper in his suit. It was a perfect destination wedding, and we’re living for the gorgeous details, inspiring floral design, and vibes of the day.

The Little Details of this Bohemian Resort Wedding

The ceremony space was lined in pampas, and a round ceremony arch was gorgeous with the resort backdrop. The bride and groom were all smiles as they said their I do’s, and the reception was full of laughter and love as well as their closest loved ones. It was really important to our couple that their boys be involved in the wedding day, and it was incredibly special to witness. They had their first look with their boys, and it was incredibly intimate and emotional.

Brides bohemian designer dress

Our bride wore the Avril by Rue De Seine Bridal, which is a bohemian dream come true. The dress is made with delicate French lace and has the most beautiful cut outs that create an overall very feminine vibe that suited the day perfectly.

Where to have your Las Vegas Wedding

There are some great resorts in Las Vegas to get married at. This one, Green Valley Ranch Resort, is one of our favorites. The grounds are beautiful, the staff is amazing, and it’s just a perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

Final thoughts on this Bohemian Resort Wedding

It was such a pleasure to be a part of this bohemian resort wedding, and we hope you enjoy these photos as much as we do! Wishing these babes the happiest of lives together.

Wedding Day Vendors:

Photos: Fig + Willow Studios

Venue: Green Valley Ranch Resort

Event Planner: Scheme Events

Floral Designer: Root Flowers Las Vegas

Wedding Dress Designer: Avril by @ruedeseinebridal

Wedding Dress Store: A and B Bridal Store

Ring Designers: Shane co.

DJ: Second Song