Poppy Delevingne Jame Cook Boho WeddingIf you thought that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West‘s wedding was the only thing that happened this weekend–besides Memorial Day–there was another wedding celebration (no Kim didn’t have three parties–that could be today). Not to be outdone by Kimye’s weekend long extravaganza, Poppy Delevingne held a second ceremony in Marrakech, Morocco after her lavish nuptials to James Cook in London. Would you expect anything less from a girl who had two bachelorette parties? While the London ceremony was incredibly posh, complete with a custom Chanel Haute Couture dress, Poppy took a very different approach for her second party. Judging by these pictures, it looks like Poppy was inspired by her recent trip to Coachella, because most of the photos look like extras from the festival that she forgot to post.

Poppy Delevingne Wedding  DressPoppy in an Emilio Pucci dress. Peter Dundas, Pucci’s Creative Director, even created an Instagram account to document the entire hippie wedding.

Poppy Delevingne Wedding with Cara Cara Delevingne trying once again to upstage her sister at her wedding.

Poppy Delevingne Wedding LocationWhat I imagine the VIP section of Coachella to look like, complete with a red carpet of sorts.

Poppy Delevingne Wedding This could be any festival selfie if it wasn’t for the guy over 30 in a suit.

Matthew Williamson Sienna MillerIt’s a rule that if something is remotely boho, you must invite Sienna Miller. Here she is with designer, Matthew Williamson.

Cara DelevingneCara playing around in a lace suit and floral garland.

Camel Poppy Delevingne WeddingI’ve never been to Coachella, but I imagine there has to be a novelty camel somewhere. One thing is for certain, there was no camel at Poppy’s London bash.

Alexa ChungAlexa Chung was at the wedding too. Though by from the look of this photo, this could be any rave.

Poppy Delevingne Wedding Cara Taking PhotoCara snapping a picture of the bride and groom with the festival-friendly disposable camera. And you thought iPhones were the only things to take pictures with.

Photos: Instagram