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11 Reasons To Have a Bohemian Wedding

12 Reasons To Have a Bohemian Wedding

11 Reasons To Have a Bohemian Wedding

Delicate ribbon, furrowed creaky trees, crisp flower crowns and woven dream catchers. The rustic trend seems to be slowly evolving into a new, more free-spirited bohemian style. We’ll be seeing more and more of these hippie-chic weddings in the months to come. Here’s our list of 11 reasons to have a bohemian wedding:

11 Reasons To Have a Bohemian Wedding

[credit: Danelle Bohane via Rue de Seine]

1. These pretty pastel dream catchers, hanging from a simple wooden frame perfectly sets the tone for a beach boho wedding:
dream-catcher backdrop

[design: Petal Play Design & Violet and Pearl Vintage; photo: Olivia Leigh Photographie]

2. These gorgeous crystal leaf earrings by Erin Fader:
crystal leaf earrings

[photo credit: Whiskers and Willow Photography]

3. This flowing maxi-style dress topped with nature-inspired embroidery by Lihi Hod:
nature-inspired wedding dress

[credit: Eyal Nevo]

4. This lovely, off-white cake that is simple, smooth, and adorned with one, single strand of greenery:
off-white wedding cake

[cake: Windflower Cakes; photo: Maria Lamb Photography]

5. This super-natural, middle-parted hairstyle, topped with a beautiful floral crown:
natural wedding hairstyle

[flower design: Bows and Arrows; photo: Ryan Ray Photography]

6. This mountain-side, wooden-frame alter with antique glass, wildflowers, and vintage luggage transports us to another world:
wooden-frame alter

[event styling + florals: Laura Giuliani; photo: Wild Whim Design + Photography]

7. This untamed & colorful bouquet design by Pearl & Godvia:
colorful bouquet design

[photo: Paula O’Hara]

8. These fruit-infused water bins, set on an antique end table, that is sure to quench our thirst for boho style:
fruit-infused water bins

[photo: Alixann Loosle]

9. This dinner setting with gold candle votives and Moroccan-style tableware, surrounded by a utopia of hanging lanterns and rich greenery:
boho wedding decor

[design & florals: Knot Just Flowers; photo: Meghan Elise Photography]

10. This cake, sparsely decorated with wild flowers & baby’s breath, and just a hint of marble pattern:
Boho style wedding cake

[cake: Sweet Lydia’s of San Diego; photo: Whiskers and Willow Photography]

11. This exquisitely creative tent, made from twigs, is a beautiful idea for a fall or winter wedding:
Winter boho-inspired wedding ceremony

[design: Oleander; photo: Lauren Fair Photography]
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What elements are you including in your boho wedding? Tell us about it in the comment section below!
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