A Bohemian Farm Wedding at Dirtworks Farm in Johns Island, South Carolina
Nikki Seibert (31 and the director of sustainable agriculture for Lowcountry Local First) and Daniel Kelley's (30 and manager for Trek Bicycles) bohemian vision came to life at Dirtworks Farm in Johns Island, South Carolina. With a secluded waterfront ceremony along the Bohicket Creek, Nikki and Daniel were able to enjoy their "I Dos" in front of their closest friends and family. As Nikki walked down the aisle surrounded by oak trees and Spanish moss, one of her dearest friends played "Is This Love" by Bob Marley on an acoustic guitar with a harmonica. "Daniel and I love the outdoors and wanted to create a laid-back environment for friends and family to celebrate, relax, and enjoy the beauty of the Low Country," Nikki says. She gracefully waltzed down the aisle in a J.Crew mint green floor-length dress, breaking all wedding fashion traditions. She paired her gown with Toms wedges in a striped green and white zig-zag print and a handmade necklace. Made of a pinecone, a bit of lace, a crystal and a brass antler, Nikki completely emulated her vintage bohemian theme. Compost in My Shoe transformed each flower arrangement using wildflowers picked from the farm property; they brought the ceremony and reception space to life with muted blues, greens, purples, corals and yellows. "The whole day was a reflection of our loving, playful, down-to-earth relationship. There was a strong focus on supporting the amazing local businesses and farmers that I work with, as well as sharing the culture and landscape of the Low Country."