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A Bohemian-Chic Wedding at Visitor Center in Forest Park in St. Louis, Missouri

Jessica Wolf (28 and a store manager at Lululemon Athletica) and Bassey Eno-Idem (32 and works in sales for Nestle Purina) wanted their wedding to fee

Jessica Wolf (28 and a store manager at Lululemon Athletica) and Bassey Eno-Idem (32 and works in sales for Nestle Purina) wanted their wedding to feel super-boho with a botanical twist. With the help of Kristin from Kristin Ashley Events, they pulled off a chic look that was absolutely flawless. “I couldn’t have imagined planning our special day without her,” Jessica says of their talented wedding planner. “She helped in executing the fine details to ensuring everything ran smoothly.” In order to pull off their look without a hitch, Jessica and Bassey needed a location that was romantic and bohemian on its own, and the Ruins in Tower Grove Park were it. “When we saw it, we knew it was perfect for the look we wanted,” Jessica says. They chose a neutral palette of blush, gray and green with pops of gold throughout the decor for an ultra-organic look that matched brought all the aspects of the wedding together. One of our favorite details was the amazing florals from Bloomin’ Buckets. They created everything from the chalkboards draped in eucalyptus to the olive branch and garden rose chuppah. “Growing up I loved spending time on our front porch, surrounded by my mom’s garden and birds enjoying food from the bird feeder,” Jessica says. “I wanted my wedding day to feel like I was sitting out in my mom’s garden.” They even hung bouquets of baby’s breath from the rafters of the Visitor Center in Forest Park in St. Louis, Missouri, to really bring the outside in to their reception. There are so many details we love—see them all, gorgeously captured by Heather Roth Fine Art Photography, below.

The bridesmaids carried lamb’s ear, white roses, peach garden roses, Queen Anne’s lace and wildflowers in their textured bouquets. Jessica loved how the lush florals reminded her of her mother’s garden, which she loved to sit in when she was young.
Seeded Eucalyptus, Red-Berry-Decorated Wedding Chalkboard
Jessica and Bassey’s programs were printed on kraft paper and had a pheasant feather (Jessica’s favorite) tied with twine onto the side. They were displayed in an old wooden bottle crate on top of wooden barrels to match the rustic-meets-bohemian theme.
Since Bassey's family is from Nigeria, he and Jessica wanted to honor his culture in their wedding. His aunt sewed traditional Nigerian dresses for all the women in his family to wear for the chic wedding.
The ceremony aisle was framed with two dark-wood wine barrels topped with lush, overflowing white baby’s breath arrangements. “Growing up I loved spending time on our front porch, surrounded by my mom’s garden and birds enjoying food from the bird feeder,” Jessica says. “I wanted my wedding to feel like I was sitting in my mom’s garden.”
Jessica and Bassey always envisioned an outdoor location when they thought about their wedding, and the Ruins in Tower Grove Park in St. Louis, Missouri, was perfect. “When we saw it, we knew it was perfect for the romantic and bohemian look we wanted for our wedding day,” Jessica says of the reclaimed limestone structures stacked to look like ruins.
Jessica and Bassey exchanged vows at the ruins in Tower Grove Park in St. Louis, Missouri. Since the location was gorgeous on its own, the couple kept their decor natural and organic. Their chuppah was made of unfinished tree branches adorned with olive branches, garden roses and leafy garlands.
Jessica spent awhile looking for a light blush dress that would work with all her bridesmaids’ body types and the boho-chic theme. She found the perfect floor-length, illusion neckline dresses by Jim Hjelm at Hyde Park Bridal in Cincinnati, Ohio. She had each lady complete her look with beaded belts and vintage-style earrings.
During the ceremony, Jessica and Bassey wanted to acknowledge and thank their mothers for their love, commitment and selflessness in raising them. In gratitude, the couple delivered roses to each woman as a wedding tradition. "This picture speaks a million words on the love between a mother and her son," Jessica says.
Jessica carried peach garden roses, ivory spray roses, white astilbe and seeded eucalyptus in her stunning bouquet. She loved that the lush florals were classic and boho with the neutral colors and textured look.
Miniature Champagne Bottle, Paper Straw Escort Cards
Overgrown Garden-Inspired, Heart-Decorated Chalkboard
“I had a vision to have baby’s breath hung from the rafters of the dance floor and worked with my florist to have it executed,” Jessica says. “It wasn’t an easy project, but they worked hard and it was beautiful. It was a perfect touch to my bohemian and romantic look for my reception.”
Bohemian Calligraphy Wedding Table Numbers
“I loved my wedding cake,” Jessica says. “I knew I wanted to do something different from your traditional wedding cake—why not have fun with it?—and went with a blush pink textured icing, adding garden roses and berries to the top. I bought a topper on Etsy that read 'Mr. and Mrs.' in gold—a perfect touch.”
Glamorous Gold Wedding Cupcake Desserts
Custom-Made Charcoal Groom's Suit, Black Tie