A Natural, Bohemian Wedding at Woolverton Inn in Stockton, New Jersey

Talk about personalized decor! Gina Osborne (28 and owner of True Beauty Marks) and Michael Kapusta (33 and an art teacher) mixed bohemian details wit

Talk about personalized decor! Gina Osborne (28 and owner of True Beauty Marks) and Michael Kapusta (33 and an art teacher) mixed bohemian details with accents inspired by his American Indian heritage for an ultra-chic wedding at Woolverton Inn in Stockton, New Jersey. We’re talking a macrame ceremony backdrop, teepee-inspired seating and yoga-blanket runners. While the couple lined their ceremony with bold copper and wooden chairs, their decoration from Maggpie Vintage Rentals stole everyone’s attention. Bohemian, braided rope filled the center for a free-spirited, cascading design. After Gina and Mike said “I do,” guests moved to the tent and sat at yoga-blanket-covered tables. Each place setting highlighted the printed linens with orange stemware and natural centerpieces. But we were most impressed at their grand teepee, lined in colorful garden roses from Belovely Floral and Event Design, to honor Mike's lineage. It was also surrounded by wicker furniture and more yoga blankets. The best part: Gina and Mike's pros were also their friends. See every gorgeous detail (including come seriously chic bridesmaids dresses), captured by Ash Imagery, below.

Instead of paper programs, Gina and Mike opted for something more fitting for their bohemian style: listing each member of their wedding party in white on an wooden sign. The note also included their hashtag for anyone who wanted to post photos on social media.
Taking advantage of the Woolverton Inn’s wild meadow and nearby woods, the couple had a chic outdoor ceremony with light, modern details. Rows of copper and wooden seating from Maggpie Vintage Rentals filled the space alongside natural fern aisle decor. Their backdrop, crafted by Maggpie Vintage Rentals and Belovely Floral and Event Design, added some modern flair with chevron-inspired panels, macrame and natural garlands.
Each of Gina’s bridesmaids stood out with a different look. Based on a muted berry and rust-inspired color scheme, they sported knee-length lace, beaded and sheer dresses. The women also chose their own hairstyles and neutral shoes. Gina simply tied their looks together with lush garden-style bouquets from Belovely Floral and Event Design and two flower crowns. Each arrangement had a series of pink garden roses, greenery, eucalyptus and orange poppies.
Gina’s dress wasn’t the only vintage-inspired part of her look. She paired the lace Claire Pettibone gown with a pair of burgundy, lace-up bootees by Jeffrey Campbell. Complete with an exposed heel and front, the shoes also showed off her bohemian style with a burst of color.
“After lots of indecisiveness, Lauren from Belovely and I came up with a killer floral design,” Gina says. Wanting lots of texture to match their other arrangements, they filled the colorful display with pink roses, orange ranunculus, blush garden roses, burgundy dahlias and orange poppies. Its vintage-style berry wrap also gathered greenery, eucalyptus and wildflowers in the bouquet.
For Gina’s engagement ring, Mike went to Koehler's Jewelers in his hometown, Landsdale, Pennsylvania. He designed a custom piece based on her love for Anna Sheffield’s jewelry. Gina and Mike went to the same jeweler for their wedding rings. Mike chose a classic band while Gina picked out a gold, diamond ring with a bar setting to go with her engagement ring. Surrounded by stones in a natural wooden box, both pieces looked fit for the bohemian celebration. (We especially love their fortune!)
Keeping with their natural backdrop, Gina and Mike worked with Belovely Floral and Event Design to highlight the ceremony with textured greenery. Each row of copper or wooden chairs had a lush display of ferns along the aisle. The accents also served as a welcome contrast against their vintage rug runners.
Gina’s brother stood out as her man of honor during the processional in a casual orange suit jacket from Suitsupply. He also sported gray pants, a white shirt and their grandfather's orange-striped tie. How sweet is that? Of course, Gina and Mike also wanted their pets to be a part of the ceremony, so her brother walked their canine ring bearer, Maverick Jay, down the rug-lined aisle.
We can’t take our eyes off their ceremony backdrop. Handcrafted by Maggie of Maggpie Vintage Rental and coordinated with florals from Belovely Floral and Event Design, their decoration fit the natural setting with a few modern twists. Bohemian macrame, or knotted white rope, cascaded down the center for a beautiful design. Chevron-inspired neutral and white panels surrounded each piece below a white vintage-style arbor. Their florists added a chic garland of fern leaves, eucalyptus, greenery, pink proteas, and magenta and pink garden roses to the top. This accent even matched the rest of their floral arrangements.
Their ceremony mixed personal memories with American Indian traditions. It all started with the readings. The couple included song lyrics from the first concert they attended, a Shel Silverstein poem and a reading of the poem “How Falling in Love Is Like Owning a Dog” by Gina’s father. “Everyone was in tears,” she says. To incorporate Mike’s Passamaquoddy heritage, they also had a handfasting ceremony using sweet grass and ribbon.
Instead having their guests throw flower petals or blow bubbles, Gina and Mike asked asked them to take part in a different tradition. “At the end of the ceremony, we had the guests in the aisle seats light up and smoke some sage in our handmade ceramic vessels,” Gina says. (Now that’s a “you do you” moment!) Musicians from Jaclyn Duncan Music also played “Cosmic Love” by Florence and the Machine as the couple walked up the aisle.
Just as the bridesmaids did, each groomsman took on his own look. The men mixed things up with brown shoes, earth tone-inspired pants and white shirts. Even their ties were different with eclectic burgundy, navy, hunter green or neutral looks. A fern boutonniere tied them all together. Mike stood out in the only full suit by Ermenegildo Zegna, an olive tie and a feather in his arrangement.
The couple’s dog, Elsie Kay, wasn't their only flower girl. Gina's cousin’s daughter, Olive, served as their youngest attendant in a vintage-style pink dress. Her flower crown from Belovely Floral and Event Design  matched the outfit with a blush garden rose. (The bouquet belonged to one of the couple’s bridesmaids. Orange poppies, greenery and pink roses filled its wrap.)
Gina fell in love with a vintage-style headpiece. The grand crystal details stood out along her forehead as the rest of her headband tucked into the loose updo. The accent captured their bohemian style with a chic touch. (The owner of True Beauty Marks, Gina also did her soft pink makeup herself.)
This time, the couple acknowledged Mike’s Passamaquoddy heritage in their decor. The couple had a teepee-inspired tent complete with lush colorful flowers from Belovely Floral and Event Design along the grounds. Pink garden roses, fern leaves, feathers and orange poppies all topped the decoration. To give the design a more bohemian flair, they surrounded it with yoga blankets, chic wicker furniture and matching vases of fern leaves.
One of the big selling points about Woolverton Inn in Stockton, New Jersey, was that Gina and Mike could include their dogs in the celebration. The couple love their pets and included both Maverick Jay, left, and Elsie Kay in the ceremony as their ring bearer and flower girl. Maverick Jay even wore a polka-dot bow tie in maroon to fit their color scheme.
Instead of having a strictly floral chandelier made by Belovely Floral and Event Design, Gina and Mike had Woolverton Inn’s lighting wrapped in garlands. Eucalyptus, fern leaves and other added greenery decorated each one between vintage-inspired electric candlesticks.
Even before they got engaged, Gina and Mike’s pets were part of their relationship. So it was no surprise that the couple incorporated Maverick Jay, left, and Elsie Kay into the reception decor. A custom illustration of each pet highlighted their dessert table in a vintage-style olive frame.
Each table rocked the couple’s free-spirited themes with bold colors. They matched the handcrafted wooden tables with printed yoga blanket runners. Poppy-colored napkins marked each place setting alongside orange-accented stemware. Of course, they also included a few natural elements such as ferns, eucalyptus, silver brunia and white peony centerpieces. Low tealight candles highlighted each piece of decor.
Talk about vibrant! The couple highlighted each place setting with a burst of color and natural accents. Low centerpieces filled with orange ranunculus, seeded eucalyptus, fern leaves and added greenery from Belovely Floral and Event Design lined the runner alongside orange stemware. To give the wooden tables some natural flair, Gina and Mike also highlighted each one with a wooden table number and painted rocks.
Since both her mother and grandmother wore a shade of blush on their wedding days, Gina knew she wanted something with a similar shade. She found exactly that in a dress by Claire Pettibone, her favorite designer. She sported a vintage-style drop-waist gown with gold and blush lace detailing over a champagne-colored silk lining. For a personal touch, she even customized the scoop neckline. Mike’s look carried a similar vintage flair with brown Ermenegildo Zegna suit pants, matching suspenders and a white shirt with rolled-up sleeves.