Bohemian weddings are ever-increasing in popularity! Boho wedding flowers are commonly inspired by nature, a free spirit, and a slightly opulent style. Themes of a bohemian style include earthy tones, dried elements, and dynamic textures. Pick and choose some of our ideas below to form your dream bohemian wedding!
Bohemian bouquets are the centerpiece of most Boho weddings. Whether you're going for a dried theme or something more opulent and lively, these ideas are a great place to start!
Dried flowers with muted tones complement the bride's dress beautifully! Balance the secondary tones with your wedding party's colors for bonus style points!
Opulent Earth Tones
Pastel pinks, reds, and browns give your bridal bouquet an opulent earthy theme that makes your hair and dress pop!
Greenery, Lace, and Ribbon
Adding greenery, ribbon, and lace to your bouquet helps your florals embody the bohemian free spirit!
Palm Fronds & Pampas Grass
One of the most popular boho themes is dried palm fronds and pampas grass paired with white/tan flowers. This combination is lovely because it blends dynamic textures with a soft and romantic feel!
Bo-Ho Bridal Hair
Take your bohemian dream day to another level with boho inspired bridal hair! It is easy to see why so many brides are adding florals to their locks. It is simple, easy to add, and gorgeous!
Your wedding hair florals should compliment the color of your hair! Luckily, most boho themes have plenty of options for bridal hair!
A few opulent flowers can highlight your eyes so easily! Also, this flower headband clearly shows that this bride embodies the boho-free spirit!
Simple = Stunning!
A daisy headband is simple yet captivating! It shows how a bride doesn’t need flash and glamour to be beautiful.
An easy option for those with natural curls is to style a flower comb for your wedding hair! For brides who want to use hairpins and combs, make sure to use ones that incorporate greenery or dried flowers!
Venue and Table Decor
After the bride, there's nothing more eye turning than a beautiful centerpiece. From ceremony backdrops to aisle decor here are some ideas to live out the bohemian free spirit in your wedding theme!
This gorgeous arch utilized dried pampas grass perfectly to give the wedding a beautiful bohemian feel!
Table decor should not be an afterthought! Using greenery along with pastel florals shows your wedding guests you thought of the details ;)
For more intimate weddings, a captivating aisle can make your wedding one that guests won’t easily forget! This is an excellent opportunity to save some money by using cheaper greenery and babies breath to stretch your floral budget.
It is easy to see why so many brides choose a stunning backdrop for their wedding. Pairing opulent roses and carnations with a gorgeous macrame not only elevates your “I do” moment but also makes for some jaw-dropping photos!
It’s clear to see why many brides choose bohemian styles for their wedding florals. Selecting the proper arrangements, tones, shades, and textures is essential for bringing your boho wedding dreams to life. So, make sure you have a top-notch wedding florist on your team! If you’re looking for more wedding flower ideas, check out our gallery!
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