Are you searching for inspiration for your boho wedding? Look no further than the picturesque wedding of Luxmi and Levi Young in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Featuring the one-of-a-kind north gown from All Who Wander, this whimsical backyard wedding celebrates all things natural and wanderlust!
The bride, a wedding florist herself, commissioned the floral creations from her employer, Kraft & Co. Floral Design. The result was nothing short of stunning! A lush display of organic neutral roses and greenery was perfectly paired with Luxmi’s bridal bouquet and complemented by a tree swing decorated with intricate vines.
Nothing matched the personal touches that these two lovebirds put into their special day — from the tables built by the groom himself to the chairs sourced by the couple from local thrift stores, every detail was planned with love, thought and care. The wedding even had written cards to each guest as their place cards, along with custom temporary tattoos designed by their friends that corresponded to their love story – what an incredibly romantic gesture!
Tell us about your proposal…
We were on a hike with our dog Meadow, and we came across a railroad track. We stayed up there talking about life. When Levi bent down to get on one knee, I thought he wanted to talk to Meadow, so I bent down too. Then he stood up and bent down again. That is when I realized, “this is it!”
How did you know that the All Who Wander north gown was the one?
I wanted to look like a fairy but still feel like myself! I actually saw the north gown by All Who Wander on Instagram before we were even engaged, so I saved it. Months later, when I was looking for my dream gown, my best friend helped me track down a bridal shop that was having an All Who Wander trunk show. That is how I ended up visiting Say “I Do” Bridal Boutique and buying the All Who Wander north gown, which was a dream come true.
How did you make your wedding personal to your style and love story?
We wanted our wedding to be very personal! I am a wedding florist, so the company that I work for did all the flowers. Levi made all the tables, and we sourced the chairs from thrift stores. Our wedding was in Levi’s mom’s yard, which was our meeting spot for years! We also wrote cards to each of our guests as their place cards. Finally, Levi’s friend designed custom temporary tattoos that corresponded to us and our love story.
What was the most special memory from the day?
Walking down the aisle and hearing Levi take a huge deep breath through his tears. I also loved all the speeches our friends gave during our reception.
Cheers to Luxmi + Levi!
Photography: Gretchen B Photography
Flowers: Kraft & Co. Floral Design
Bridal Salon: Say “I Do” Bridal Boutique