This eclectic wedding style combined modern elements with old-fashioned details inspired by the Swiss Family Robinson film. This castaway wedding vibe incorporates intentional details everywhere- from the map lining of the stationery pieces from Grace and Serendipity, to the lush tropical plants and florals created by Supposey, this vendor team pulled together so many fun elements that truly brought this unique theme to life.
By combining a found-object aesthetic, like the bamboo drink luge, with island elements such as palm fronds, seashells, and giant protea, they created a beautifully cohesive style that definitely had a unique twist. I don’t think we’ve ever seen such a creative bar set-up, but it definitely gives us that handmade feel inspired by the Swiss Family treehouse. And we love that the look of the reception tablescape combined the eclectic island style mixed with a splash of elegance, made complete by the metallic sheen of the table linen and calligraphy elements.
The bride and groom’s style was absolutely perfect. A messy bun for the bride and a scruffy, shipwrecked vibe for the groom supported the laid-back, relaxed and sunny wedding shoot. We absolutely love the feel and look of a two-piece bridal gown, and it again mixed elements of both a casual and elegant feel without compromising style. The black and maroon groom’s suit incorporated the perfect elegance and uniqueness.
We love that they took a unique concept, and created a full style that feels both fun and elegant in a way that is totally achievable for a real wedding style. What do you think? Do you feel the connection to the Swiss Family Robinson film in these wedding ideas.
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Photography: Aislinn Kate Photography // Coordination: PS Weddings // Catering: Nancy’s Catering // Florals & Rentals: Supposey // Gown Designer: Stella York // Gown Designer: Pronovias // Dress Shop: The Bridal Loft // Suit Shop: Randall’s // Invitations: Grace and Serendipity // Linens: BBJ Linens // Hair & Makeup: Jacey w/ SKIN