Boho style weddings are definitely one of those trends that are here to stay for quite some time, and for good reason! So many couples desire a wedding that is more casual and comfortable, but still have style. Boho weddings are earthy, stylish, comfortable, and modern.
So what's one of my absolute favorite ways incorporate the texture and earthiness that boho weddings call for? Incorporating dried materials into the floral designs is a must! They add so much texture and interest to the eclectic style and echo the lacy, vintage style materials often seen in boho weddings. Dried grasses and greenery, and even dried flowers are highly sought after materials in a boho bridal bouquet!
For this inspiration photo session with Grace Marie Photography, I chose to go with a completely dried and preserved selection of flowers. The look was absolutely magical and not only went perfectly with the brides' stunning dress by Reclamation, but was also right at home in the natural backdrop at the Mines of Spain.
The dried bridal bouquet was designed with local hydrangea, protea, banksia, eulalia, palm, eucalyptus, ruscus, yarrow, and copperbeech in earthy shades of tan, rust, mustard, rose, and ivory.
Thank you to the following vendors:
· Photography: Grace Marie Photography
· Floral: Studio Bloom
· Location: Mines of Spain
· Dress: Reclamation
· Ribbon: Tono + Co.