Moroccan Inspired Wedding 

Morocco Magic in the heart of Culver City with Boho Neutral Tones 

Let’s use our imagination and travel to a faraway land by creating Moroccan magic in the heart of Culver City, California. 

Travel is soon on the horizon, but how about bringing the Moroccan energy to this intimate wedding on the rooftop of the venue Palm Sophia Rooftop: “It is a gorgeous chic indoor and outdoor event + filming space in the heart of Culver City. We have the luxury of a large outdoor/ rooftop space + adjoining main room has 40% of its walls/glass doors that can fully accordion away to connect to open air.” 

The open space of the venue is perfect for couples looking to do a more relaxed environment for their guests and give them views to die for!  

With a bohemian-eclectic concept Kiss and Say I do Events created a neutral and romantic palette with touches of Morocco with gold geometric chairs and neutral romantic Floral.   The florals contained anemones, ranunculus, pampas grass, palms, dried and preserved flowers., and the hints of romance with the mixes of pink on the glassware. 

The ceremony details create such a warm, inviting look! To illustrate that vibe, we added romantic, soft-lit Moroccan lanterns/baskets, neutral hanging garland, + neutral colors of florals and plants.  

The Moroccan vibes continue with the delicious cake and dessert! Again, the white with gold touches was clean, and the flower touches brought the eclectic touches. 

The Bride’s Looks:

Itching to take a strut in that Natasha by Alon Livne White by La Soile sleeved lace wedding dress.  It’s decadent, intriguing, + completely unexpected – made for the woman who oozes confidence + effortless sophistication.  The sleeves gave it elegance and brought the energy of a queen with the pearl hairpiece.  The low bun with the Adalia Headband by Grace De Bloom was for women in search of class! 

Then the bride wore the Mimi gown by La Soie Private Label for the reception. A beautiful fit to flare gown with Ivory lace over Nude lining for a modern take on the classic romantic bride. Accompanied by a piece in the braid, the Xenia Hair Vine by Grace De Bloom in a gold and ivory finish gave her the perfect romantic look.

Guys Suit: He wore the Notch Lapel Suit; this light tan suit was perfect for this outdoor event and complimented the bride’s style perfectly.


The cocktails matched the color palette perfectly. The Oaxacan Remedy – mezcal, ginger juice, lemon juice, honey, chocolate mole bitters. Inspired by the classic and oh so tasty Penicillin cocktail, which has a smokey taste from the Islay single malt scotch. The Black & Sour – bourbon, blackberry puree, lemon juice, club soda-added a whiskey cocktail that was both fruity and refreshing. Nailed it!  And the Ready, Set, Drop – tequila, chamomile, lemon, agave, citrus bitters, inspired by the classic lemon drop with a tequila x herbaceous twist. 

Dog: Furbaby feels the boho vibes by incorporating a flowered collar to show the excitement he feels that his parents are finally getting married! 

Invitation suite: 

We wanted to add a modern twist to boho. The colors were muted, but there were still some pops of fun details and different shapes. Sandy from Roseville Designs opted for a square invitation instead of the typical rectangle and enclosed everything with a laser-cut petal fold enclosure to add dimension and texture. She continued with the theme of size and consistency with the place cards by doing small branches of dried pampas grass affixed with a blank wax seal with very organic edges.

Macrame backdrop: 

The macrame backdrop was an intricate design crafted to enhance the space and add elegance without distracting the main event. It’s an original design by Foxfield Design, handmade with a natural cotton cord.  When creating this macrame backdrop, the aim was to be in the boho world while bringing sophistication and balance that would be pleasing to the eye in person and look fabulous in photos!



The gold stenciling of wheat was the perfect complement to the dried (and fresh) flowers; it’s a little bit structured and a little free-form. Likewise, the handmade and hand-painted gold fondant palm leaves, which are very much a current trend in both cake and floral design, embody the elegant boho style. 


The hand-stenciled gold wheat design is carried over into the decorated sugar cookies. Each guest was greeted with an Earl Grey cream tart with fresh berries and edible 24K gold.