Tianjin & Ben ♥ Koh Samui, Thailand
Photographer: Sarah Christensen Photo
Calling all boho brides-to-be! Today’s private villa wedding in Thailand is bohemian wedding bliss.
The setting was a secluded beachside villa on the idyllic island of Koh Samui, surrounded by nothing but sunshine and bleached white sand.
Tianjin is every bit the beautiful boho bride. She looks effortlessly chic, barefoot on the beach with her unique two-layered dress swishing in the slight sea breeze. To finish her relaxed look Tiajin wore her hair in long loose curls with a fabulous statement flower crown – perfection!
Having first met at a festival in London, Tianjin and Ben rocked a festival theme at their weeklong wedding celebration with their closest family and friends.
DIY-done-right details ensured that the day reflected their personalities and in true festival fashion, the party continued until dawn with the guests dancing under the pale moonlight, the sky full of stars.
What a wedding! True boho bliss…
“Ben & Tianjin first met at Lovebox festival in London and their love took Ben across the world to Sydney, Australia where they both now live.”
“Their passions are music, fun and yoga and so they created ‘Lovebox’ the wedding, a four-day celebration in Koh Samui, Thailand. Friends and family from all around the world came together to celebrate the love of these two beautiful spirits.”
“Many of their friendships were made at yoga retreats around the world so the mornings began with yoga sessions taught by different guests.”
“Their love of music meant that there were many talented musicians and DJ’s amongst the group so nights were filled with music and dancing beneath the stars.”
“The actual wedding day was spectacular, with a gorgeous ceremony beneath the palm trees, the sparkling ocean as the backdrop. An incredible organic dinner was served and eaten by the light of giant lanterns strung beneath the trees. The wedding cake was a delicious raw cheesecake and they arranged for Mr. Pancake to arrive with his cart of banana and chocolate crepes just before midnight to refuel the guests before they danced into the wee hours.”
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