Effortless romance and generally a strong sense of connection with the landscape/venue that is chosen are defining points of a boho bride. Oft described as hippie, relaxed, artistic, romantic and worldly, the bohemian bride wants her wedding day and dress to feel chill, slightly earthy and with naturalistic elements. Many boho brides have florals, floral crowns or other headpiece crowns in their hair. Dresses borrow from a destination or beach vibe, but a bohemian bride is generally more green in her aesthetic. Though boho beach weddings to abound, many bohemian brides are married in forests, in lush flower or green landscapes or in quaint country scapes like farms, cottages or even villas. Think vines, lace, movement, flowers and above all else, a live and let live spirit. The bohemian bride style is meant to embody an approach to a wedding as one that is free spirited, honest, unique, without too much pomp and circumstance and intimately reflective of the couple. Color themes are most often in the light, airy or neutral palettes but sometimes a deep ruby or purple or similar color can work just as well. Dresses can be lace, silk chiffon, tulle, embellished, and really most fabrics. They generally are not a heavier, double facing fabric or a silk satin, as boho wedding dresses tend to be light and airy and fluid rather than structured or full skirted.
Some designers that do Bohemian Boho Wedding Dresses best (& that we love!) are BHLDN, Grace Loves Lace, Saja, Rue de Seine, Chris Riley, Elise Hameau, Free People, Vania Romoff, Laure De Sagazan, Bo & Luca and more.