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Hello you lovely lot and how are you all doing? If you are reading this in the UK, then you will know that the laws changed once again yesterday allowing only 15 people at a wedding instead of 30. I hope you are all OK and dealing with this news the best you can. Maybe you have a wedding planned in the next few weeks or months? Are you looking at cutting the guest list? Are you moving your wedding to another date? I would love to hear your stories and help you with your planning. Why not check out the Boho Brides and Grooms Facebook page, where you are welcome to come in and chat and look for some helpful advice. Please don’t let this news ruin your day though. Your wedding can still go ahead, just in a slightly different way than you may have first imagined. So on with today’s wedding and it’s the turn of Megan and Jeff who were married at Pioneertown in California on 1st June 2019. The couple love music festivals, having met at Coachella with one of their first dates at Burning Man. They decided the California desert was the perfect location for their minimalistic, outdoor wedding. The day looks perfect against the backdrop of the California desert not far from the Joshua Tree, and has been captured beautifully by Sebastien Bicard Photography.
“We met in the spring of 2010 at the Coachella Music Festival in Indio, California. Our mutual friend Jay introduced us that weekend, and we became friends over the next year or so seeing each other at music festivals up and down the coast of California. We finally started dating towards the end of 2011 after Jeff took Megan on her first trip to Burning Man”
Their love for the desert is so big they decided to have their special day in Pioneertown, near Joshua Tree NP. The first look was specifically intense. Both Megan & Jeff are introvert so the first look was not only for the show. It was a profound & meaningful moment. They also both cried to underline the importance of their commitment. The second major part was to dance below the stars of the Californian desert. They love music festivals – they met at Coachella. They have specific tastes for their music with no pop songs we hear usually. Everyone enjoyed this time that felt like a garden party with your community, more than a wedding.
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