The 'boho' label originates from the word bohemian meaning somebody that is socially unconventional, creative, artistic, and something who doesn't stick to the rules.

Inspired by a time of free spirits and hippy culture from the 1960s and 1970s to us it conjures up wedding gown designs that are perhaps not traditional. Forget stiff tailoring, tight or big princess ball gowns with rigid lines, heavy patterns, and symmetrical beading and produce on feathers, flowers, floaty chiffon skirts, and sheath silhouettes.

Helga is a superb example of a gown inspired naturally. It is made from floaty chiffon has a tulle bodice and features an illusion back and floral-inspired beading. The dress comes having a removable lining and it is photographed with this whimsical cape, sold separately.

Immacolata is another chiffon sheath gown. The bodice and long sleeves feature beautifully delicate flower, leaf, and vine-inspired appliques. This gown would look fabulous on short and petite girls, with minimal jewelry. We suggest it might go well having a bouquet of peonies along with a butterfly-themed wedding or perhaps a fairy-tale wedding with brown and champagne bridesmaid dresses along with a mushroom theme. Here

For the best free spirit, take a look at our magical Celestina gown. Featuring navy, berry, and green applique flowers and vines this gown shouts a woodland wedding having a flower crown and log style cake!

For a 1970's vibe filled with Farrah Fawcett hair check out our elegant and romantic Nieves gown. The long flared sleeves feature vine-inspired patterns with just a little touch of sparkle along with a cut-out around the shoulders. Made of crepe this gown will come in both white and ivory.

If your theme is about the flowers then you definitely must put on Nina. This delicate lace, chiffon, tulle, and organza gown is a work of art! With a deep v-neckline, the bodice is included in a patchwork of flowers that drop down to the skirt in the hips. More flowers and petals gather in the scalloped hemline. This dress is available in white and ivory, but our favorite undoubtedly is the ivory/nude version.

There you have it, hopefully, you have a lovely boho-inspired wedding! Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.co.uk/


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