A Boho Rooftop Wedding at Six Hundred King in Jacksonville, Florida

An urban museum rooftop set the scene for Robynn Sorenson (27 and a baker) and James Jackson’s (27 and works in sales) ultra-personalized celebration.

An urban museum rooftop set the scene for Robynn Sorenson (27 and a baker) and James Jackson’s (27 and works in sales) ultra-personalized celebration. “I wanted a modern and romantic feel,” Robynn says. She ditched traditional flowers in favor of miniature cactus centerpieces and eucalyptus. Aside from a few colorful accents, one showpiece flower made the cut: a single king protea that was prominently displayed in Robynn’s bouquet. Brass candlesticks, gold flatware and ferns juxtaposed the white warehouse interior, which also had hanging papel picado banners. “The banners were one of the most important design elements,” Robynn says. James's mom purchased the laser cut paper in Mexico.

Ballet Flats with Cat Face and Ankle Strap
Red-Haired Bride with Loose Fish Tail Braid
Boho Invitations with Cactus Background
Large Bouquet with King Protea, Eucalyptus and Amaranthus
Boho Wedding Party in Navy, Burgundy and Black
Altar with Hanging Ferns and Potted Cacti
Rooftop Recessional at Six Hundred King in Jacksonville, Florida
Modern Reception with Laser Cut Paper Banners
Cakes Topped with Fresh Figs and Pomegranates
First Dance at Six Hundred King in Jacksonville, Florida