Bohemian Wedding Dresses
The sun peeks through a flower trellis as the bride and groom turn to face each other. As the sun gives its last rays of light, they say “I do.” The bride has always been no-nonsense and easygoing. Her dress is a perfect extension of her – sweetly feminine yet casual and fun-loving. Bohemian wedding dresses have become the newest fad in the wedding world and we certainly know why. No fuss, no heavy skirts, but packed with lovely antique lace and embroidery. Topped with a wreath of fresh flowers or a beaded headband, the bohemian bride is the ultimate vintage antique example. If you’re searching for bohemian wedding dresses, look for these styles to make the theme truly original.
One element found in most of this type of wedding dress is blooming, billowing layers of fabric. The River Fairy is made with light, airy qualities and dazzled with intricate embroidery for effect. Feminine without all the bells and whistles, a bohemian bride could prance down any aisle, beach, or forest with bare feet or flats and keep that romantic boheme style of which she’s always dreamed.
One of our favorites – cream wedding dresses. Age-old and timeless, a cream dress such as the Venetian Cream, is both chic and vintage. Embroidered at the bodice and complete with an asymmetrical hem, you can show off those shoes and keep an easygoing, feminine style. With an incredibly forgiving cut and flair, this tops our list of favorite bohemian-chic wedding blends.
There is something incredibly romantic about simple bohemian wedding dresses. If you want a truly unique and elegant style, take the essence of an era, such as Victorian or Edwardian. Or choose a European era style like the Italian Renaissance-inspired gown, the Raphaela. Made in both cream and white, the cream gown truly has that free-spirited style. Layered skirts keep the dress cool and comfortable while off-shoulder sleeves add a seductive air.
The morning of your wedding has the sweetest, freshest air you’ve ever tasted. To capture the essence of romantic bohemian wedding dresses, choose a morning gown that is packed with light Victorian embroidery and Edwardian detail – iconic and as dewey as a Spring morning. This vintage style was once very popular in Edwardian high-class households for breakfast formalwear and brunches with royalty.
When you’re looking for bohemian wedding dresses, don’t forget to look for fluttered, layered gowns. With a depth in length that elongates the body, we found the fluttered, floating effect of the Ophelia to be positively delicious. Draped in the off-color beige, imagine this type of dress with a bouquet of dried flowers and wheat or a delicate floral wreath on the bride’s head. Perfect for second weddings and bohemian lovers, this is another example of vintage modern design.
Light and lovely touches are ideal for bohemian wedding dresses. With an off-shoulder tea-length style as seen in the Venetian White, you’ll showcase the shoes (or kick them off to dance that jig). Delicately embroidered chiffon and cotton make this one of the softest and easiest to wear of all our dresses. For a spring or summer wedding, it has easily become a top choice for bohemian brides.
The flower-child bride is one of light and airy movement. A lover of the romantic and a head-turning, naturally-inspired woman. In a world where many wedding dresses look like structured icing, if you want something truly unique, look for bohemian wedding dresses such as these. Vintage, vivacious, and supremely elegant. Without all the fluff.