A Tropical wedding couldn't be more beautifully romantic. Ocean breezes, lush vegetation, and the unique, hypnotic scent of plumeria create a magical wedding day experience. It's almost as if all you have to do is just show up and, voila, everything is just glorious. Choosing a wedding gown created from eco conscious natural fibers is an auspicious choice for a tropical destination wedding and reflects the natural beauty of the lush surroundings. The eco couture gowns and headpiece shown here are created from organic wool, organic linen, vintage laces, and are hand beaded with semiprecious, bone, and pearl beading. Wearing a body conscious gown barefoot is effortless chic at its best. The Juliette Gown is 2-piece cotton vintage lace gown with bone beading at the bodice. The crown shaped headpiece is made of beaded wool and handmade silk taffeta flowers with pearl accents. Easy, beachy-waved hair, pretty, understated makeup, and a bouquet of wildflowers. What could be more romantic, understated, and beautiful? A more formal gown choice is the Dana Gown, made of vintage lace and organic linen with 3 dimensional flowerettes and mother of pearl and freshwater pearl beading at the bodice. The crown shaped headpiece is made of beaded wool and handmade silk taffeta flowers with pearl accents and worn with a simple, elegant updo. The Dana Gown is an eco couture ballgown fit for the tropics. Completing this look is an abundant bouquet of fragrant,tropical flowers. See all the images in the Tropical Wedding Lookbook here.
The images created by Anna and Stefanie Riedel from Absolutely Loved Photography reflect the effortless elegance that is key for a tropical wedding. The pretty, romantic makeup and hair looks were created by Lisa Frangipane. The location is the Dillingham Ranch in Oahu. Gowns and headpiece by Deborah Lindquist Eco Couture, available on the special occasion and weddings page of our website.