Boho Wedding Ideas
Before I share some of these Boho Wedding Ideas with you I thought it would be good to ask the question, “What is Bohemian style?” because so many different types of images come up when you search the term online. As far as weddings go, I’ve always believed that you can make your wedding day whatever you want it to be, so I wouldn’t worry too much as to whether you’re technically correct or not when you pick out any bohemian items. Never the less, here is what I would roughly use to define the idea.
The Bohemian style, and particularly Bohemian fashion, (also known as Boho) has largely been inspired by the hippie movement from the 60’s and 70’s. Although it does include some elements of the typical hippie style of dress, with a long and flowing look, it also combines Romani style, which originated with artists and nomads. These people often had scarce funds to spend on outfits and often wore older, more unfashionable clothes. To me, something that is Bohemian combines a relaxed flowing look, as well as nomadic feel.
For weddings this can be a great look as it is very natural and earthy. Often I think of simple and natural set ups that can easily be taken down and that have somewhat transient, temporary feel like tents, blankets, and use of nature.
Here are some Boho Wedding Ideas, as seen from top to bottom:
Lace Teepee and Candlelit Lanterns – found on Southbound Bride
Flowers in Hair – found on Style Me Pretty
Ceremony Archway Made from Tree Branches – found on Chic Vintage Brides
Colourful Field Flowers in Mismatched Vases – found on Deer Pearl Flowers
Stag Skull with Bright Floral Arrangements – found on Style Me Pretty
Earthy and Natural Table Arrangement – found on The Frosted Petticoat
Boho Floral Invitations – from Sail and Swan
Colourful and Natural Table Arrangement – found on Green Wedding Shoes
Bohemian Wedding Dress – found on Free People
Wooden TeePee Frame with Flowers – from Martha Stewart Weddings
Relaxed and Natural Photoshoot – found on the Tessa Tadlock website