A Bohemian Beach Wedding at a Private Residence in Pompano Beach, Florida

                    Between the bohemian wedding dress, natural flower arrangements and tropical centerpieces, Jordyn Waterstone (23 and a hair and

Between the bohemian wedding dress, natural flower arrangements and tropical centerpieces, Jordyn Waterstone (23 and a hair and makeup artist) and Max Popour (24 and a manager) had a super-customized fete. The couple knew they wanted a relaxed, beach wedding with decor inspired by Anthropologie (her favorite store), so they enlisted the help of A June Event, her sister’s wedding design company, and filled the sand with their favorite pieces. Their ceremony backdrop alone had modern geometric details that overflowed with bright roses and eucalyptus. Don’t even get us started on the reception at Jordyn’s parents’ home in Pompano Beach, Florida. There were tons of natural centerpieces in funky orange, green, yellow and blue vases. Max’s nickname for Jordyn, bumblebee, was also brought into the mix with vintage bumblebee-decorated dinnerware at every place setting. The party also had some personalized entertainment. Ian Joseph Jones, their photographer, captured every moment as 100 guests danced to a DJ, took part in the hookah lounge, stopped at the on-site cigar roller and tasted the couple's favorite foods, including sushi, sliders and mini doughnuts. It doesn’t end there. Catch these details and so much more, below.

“I let all my girls pick their own dress because everyone has their own individual style,” Jordyn says. Each bridesmaid was asked to stay within the neutral and blush color scheme. The looks ranged from short satin dresses to floor-length lace looks with sheer overlays and everything in between.
Even the bridal bouquet had an unstructured, bohemian flair to it. Jordyn and Max's florist designed a lush cascading arrangement with orange roses, greenery, fuchsia and pink delphiniums, orange proteas and orange spray roses gathered in a white ribbon wrap.
Every accessory was chosen for a specific reason. Her flower crown brought out that bohemian style she loves with an organic mix of pink hypericum berries, wildflowers, eucalyptus and orange ranunculus all set above her chic updo. (It even matched her fun pink lipstick.) The bold starfish-accented bangles and ring also alluded to their beach location. She also wore bumblebee stud earrings because Max calls her "bumblebee." (How cute is that?)
Nothing says summer like a fresh glass of lemonade. Guests were welcome to grab some as they enjoyed the breezy, 80-degree celebration on Jordyn’s parents’ deck.
Designed by A June Event, Jordyn and Max's aisle decor was completely unexpected. Each modern silver lanterns was filled with greenery that overflowed from the sides and top. The mixture of tall and short accents also gave it a more whimsical touch.
Their ring bearer fit in with the rest of Max’s groomsmen in an all-linen look. He walked into the bohemian ceremony in white linen pants and a matching shirt. But what we really love is that they switched out the ring pillow and let him carry their wedding rings in on a starfish!
With a love for Free People and Anthropologie, Jordyn knew she wanted an unstructured, flowing dress. She went to Grace Loves Lace, a Michigan specialty shop focused on bohemian styles, and found exactly that. Her handmade gown had sweet off-the-shoulder French lace sleeves and layers of ivory fabric. Her matching ivory floor-length veil flowed in the wind as they shared their first kiss.
Jordyn and Max's geometric wedding arch had overflowing arrangements that went with each piece of natural ceremony decor. Each hexagon was filled with orange and yellow roses, fuchsia delphiniums and tons of eucalyptus that overflowed from its setting.
Max was ready for the outdoor, beach celebration with a light look. He picked out a neutral linen suit from Bachrach and paired it with a classic white shirt. Like most of the guests, he went into the ceremony barefoot— almost. He made sure to keep one shoe on so they could safely break the glass, a Jewish wedding tradition.
As Jordyn and Max said “I do,” a live painter was documenting the day. The picture captured their laid-back celebration with an illustration of the couple and pets in a tropical setting.
Now this is a chic veggie and fruit display! Tiers of grapes, carrots, cucumbers and peppers were available for guests alongside bunches of fresh greenery and orange spray roses. The arrangement brought the natural style to new heights. Aside from these fresh treats, Jordyn and Max served their favorite foods. “We had a lot of bite-size food, including sushi, sliders, rice and pigs in a blanket,” Jordyn says. “There was also a raw bar, ice cream, mini doughnuts, cinnamon buns and milk, and much more.”
Jordyn and Max loved their reception decor, designed by A June Event, her sister's company. Each table was paired with chic lace linens and wooden folding chairs that brought in that natural vibe. The bright centerpieces enhanced it with whimsical, colorful vases and overflowing eucalyptus.
Jordyn and Max's vintage-style dinnerware  suited the natural decor, and also acknowledged a sweet part of their relationship. “Max calls me bumblebee,” Jordyn says. Every place setting had a bee decoration on the dinner plate. A mini pineapple was also placed on it.
Jordyn and Max also took time to make their guests feel special. Her mother’s chair was reserved with a white wooden sign.
Each centerpiece seemed to take on a different look. Their florist designed the arrangements with blue, orange and yellow vases and tons of flowers. This one was filled with eucalyptus, orange roses, yellow roses and purple delphinium for a colorful contrast.
With so much color all over the reception, they opted for a more refined cake design. The pros at Creative Cake Factory covered every tier in light blue fondant and white hexagons that matched the design on their wedding arch.
Of course, they couldn’t end the night without having a little fun on the dance floor with their guests! Everyone took part in a traditional hora as Dustin from Miami Premier DJs played in the background.