Jessica and Luckey knew just want to do to create their perfectly bohemian wedding: be themselves. The bride and her sister did all the florals and decorating themselves, along with creating the jewelry. The groom, an artist, created a beautiful ceremony setting, that was simple enough to allow their special moments to speak for themselves. And further, they chose the perfect date: September 27th , the date of the Supermoon. “We loved the idea of spending the evening with our favorite people under the autumn moonlight. To our surprise, it ended up being a very rare total lunar eclipse/supermoon/blood moon combo! It was such a memorable moment when this epic, red, crescent shaped moon crept up from behind the mountains. It felt completely surreal. I’m so happy we all got to experience it together.”
More from the photographer, Jamie of Rad in Love:
“I loved Jessica and Luckey’s simple and peaceful approach to their wedding day. They got ready together in the house they own with their family in Joshua Tree, with vetever oil diffusing in the air. (The oil has a grounding element, perfect for your wedding day!) Jessica and her sister (who also made the wedding jewelry) fluttered about before hand, putting together the florals and last minute ceremony touches- adding to the elements brought in by the groom Luckey, who is an artist. The ceremony details, with the color, architectural elements, and cacti, where so Luis Barragan-ish. The freaking phenomenal vegan-raw cake was made by a close friend and wedding guest. The family dogs padded around the compound, along with all the kiddos. You could tell the couple was surrounded by their closest friends and family for such an intimate celebration of love. Our kind of jam!”
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