Bride & Groom
For the bride, the perfect bohemian dress is something full of lace and floral patterns, something easy to move around in, and most of all, something comfortable. Top off the perfect dress with a flower crown and you have it. For the groom, wedding attire is right between comfort, casual, and a bit of nomadic style.
Time for your bridesmaids to raid Free People and find their favorite looks. The best part of a bohemian look is that the bridesmaids dresses can be in all sorts of different colors, lengths, and styles—as long as they look just a bit boho.
My favorite bohemian wedding cakes are the “naked” cakes. These delicious treats are frosting-free and layered with vibrant berries and flowers to give them a beautiful aesthetic look.
The possibilities are literally endless. What you want to achieve is an eclectic, wandering nomad sort of look. The place settings at the reception can be all mismatched and in various colors. Have lights and colored fabric hanging from the ceiling (or the trees—depends on where this wedding takes place). Decorate with batik rugs and colorfully patterned pillows.
Invitations should be simple and straight to the point with a little boho flair. Perhaps, this means the invitations are on brown paper with simple font. Maybe the wedding invitation has a feather pattern or flowers on the paper. It’s all up to you.
What favors should your guests have? Here are a few fun ideas I’ve found. Maybe, they’d all like their very own candles (soy candles even better). Perhaps some incense to take home and keep calm. How about bottle openers shaped like feathers? Or, maybe you could give each guest their very own succulent to take home.
What I like the most about the boho wedding theme is how casual it all feels. No stressful and intense planning like other weddings—and it still looks absolutely beautiful.
Original article and pictures take http://www.myhotelwedding.com/blog/2015/12/16/your-ultimate-guide-to-a-boho-wedding/ site