Boho Chic Wedding Guide

Boho weddings have stole the spotlight in the recent years and it looks like it is here to stay. The wonderful thing in boho-themed weddings is how it seems free-spirited despite following a theme. Boho celebrations are filled with neutral colours, wooden accents, flowers, and even twigs and barks. These elements make a soft, relaxing, romantic and homey vibe that makes it a favourite among brides. 



The usual location for boho-themed celebrations is the outdoors – gardens to be specific. The open landscape becomes the backdrop and the trees become an instant piece of the décor. Even twigs can be used as table accents and parts of the altar. These add up to the celebration of love in a warm, spring afternoon ambience. 

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Since it is inclined to the outdoors, neutral colours are dominant for such a theme. Nudes, beige, ecru are the most common choices for base colours, then accents of pink, lavender, orange, and green are added. If you are wearing a dress that's more on the lighter nude shades, match it with a splash of pink or peach on your accessories or nail polish. On the other hand, wearing powder blue or baby pink gowns will look perfect with nude nails. For a more adventurous take, why not wear grey accessories? 

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Since it somehow promotes a free-spirited vibe, you can wear your hair in any style you please. Leave it flowing on your shoulders or sweep it sideways on one side. Curls, braids and buns are a top choice in boho hairstyles, too. Then randomly place flower clips or wear a flower crown that match the wedding motif to complete the romantic Bohemian look!



Additional Accents

Lacey dresses are the top picks for the fabrics since it is easily associated with flowers. Plus it is breezy that matches the outdoor feels. Dream-catchers are also one of the unique decors that are used in this wedding theme. You might also see vintage suitcases, kombi vans, wooden chests, and even succulents as added accessories that tell more about the personality of the wedded couple.