Photo: Trunk Archive; John Manno; Dyad Photography; Courtesy of Vendor; Jasmine Jade Photography; Gorman Studio; Courtesy of Designer; Styling by Miako Katoh
Yards of lace and fussy tulle too much for a boho bride like you? Fancy yourself a free spirit? Crave a little color in your summer fête? Well then shake out that bridal updo into loose waves and grab your floppy hat, because the '70s are officially everything in weddings these days.
We're grooving on the decade's easy, breezy aesthetic and put together a beautifully boho wedding theme that'll have Sienna Miller and the Olsen twins raising a champagne coupe to. Drape your room (and yourself!) in gauzy fabric, add flowers in berry shades and jewel tones, and then mix in gold or neutrals for a gorgeously glam party that's romantic, fuss-free, and oh-so-etheral. Ready to wed? It's time to queue up the Stevie Nicks...
First thing's first... Send your guests wedding invitations that totally capture the essence of you and your hubby-to-be's free-spirited hearts. This boho stationary design from Copper Willow features watercolor wildflowers and is tied with a bit of twine and feathers for a textured, detailed finish.
The next thing any boho bride needs is a fresh, flower child dress that's feminine and effortless. A whimsical and modern frock from Bo & Luca is just the thing to shimmy into come the big day. We're obsessed with this dreamy two-piece dress with its ethereal embroidery. Don't forget to grab an organic, overflowing bouquet of lush deep red blooms plucked straight from the garden for your walk down the aisle, you boho princess.
Transform your reception tent into an alfresco fairyland with dozens of fresh flowers hanging overhead. Pro tip: A hanging floral installation doesn't have to be pricey! You can DIY the look with a rainbow of carnations and chrysanthemums.
Choose wedding china as chic and colorful as you. Pair your plates with stunning gold flatware for a little added glitz and glam. And edible flower ice cubes make for an extra-pretty mixed drink!
Toss a wreath of beautiful blooms on your wedding cake (to match the one that's presumably on your head) and then it's time eat, drink, and be married. (And jam out to some "Bohemian Rhapsody," of course!)
1. Bouquet, starting at $300, Bourgeon by Amy Febinger; 2. "Bohemian Wildflowers" invitation, $1,450 for 100 suites, Copper Willow Paper Studio; 3. Fourteen karat gold ring with pear-shaped emerald, $920, Jennie Kwon; 4. Wedding cake, $75, Duane Park Patisserie; 5. "Voyage en Ikat" dinnerware, starting at $290, Hermés; 6. "Moon" flatware, $89 for a five-piece place setting, Cutipol available at A+R Store; 7. "Risley" wedding dress, price upon request, Bo & Luca