Alicia & Carlos

Alicia and Carlos’ Miami wedding was something out of a bohemian dream! Seemingly infinite natural light highlighted the many details that went into this wedding including handmade fiber art accents, a claw foot beer tub, a hammock and 1950’s GMC pickup truck turned cocktail bar!

The venue, Shooting Stardust, is a meticulously restored 1920’s home in north Miami and could not have been more perfect for this special day. Beautiful natural light floods the white washed floored interior tastefully dressed with vintage French furniture, European antiques and a handcrafted kitchen. Molding on the bedroom walls flows in to the exquisite bathroom making the perfect bridal suite.

Alicia and Carlos wanted to incorporate natural elements into their wedding seen in the fiber art and greenery accents through out the venue, the invitation suite made from sustainable materials by Paper Culture and the incredible ceremony led by a close family friend and shaman which honored the elements of air, earth, fire and water.

The ceremony began with a cleansing of the space using incense and included a special tradition using seeds of rice and wheat which grow abundantly from the earth. The seeds were passed thru the bride and groom’s hands which they then cleansed with water. At the end of the ceremony, a beautiful candle was lit to represent the completion of this scared union.

We hope you enjoy these photos of our gorgeous friends, Alicia and Carlos.