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Nikia aka Mad Maven Style used wonderfully Boho coloured pampas grass for her wedding ceremony at The Ruby Street in Los Angeles, California.
In planning the non-religious wedding, there were a few elements of Lara's Jewish roots that she wanted to incorporate, the first being getting married under a chuppah. Chad being a designer and builder, wanted to make a unique structure—which the couple dubbed a "chup-tee" (pronounced hooptee)—which he crafted using wood from a local hardware store and antlers from a nearby thrift shop. Fresh bougainvillea finished it off, and vintage rugs were laid out to create a warm and cozy aisle.
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"We were trying to keep it bohemian and natural but greenery doesn't really pop in an outdoor ceremony in a green field with green trees in the background," planner and designer Julie Savage Parekh of Strawberry Milk Events says of the ceremony arch. So pampas grass covered the structure, which was topped with groupings of flowers. | Photography: Koby Brown