Summer time is fast approaching and with it the pitter-patter of barefoot brides…
Bohemian weddings are said to be – and I quote – “killing it” in 2019.
And it’s easy to see why.
This ever evolving trend unconditionally cheers love, life & laughter like no other.
So take off your shoes, throw on a garland and take a wander through our perfect boho wedding guide.
#1 The Bride
What’s in: For the dress – Winged sleeves, floral embellishment, v-shaped back design, a free & flowing fit.
For the hair – half up, waved, delicate hair embellishment.
For the bouquet – orange flowers i.e marigolds, cream flowers i.e freesia & pampas grass, greens i.e. eucalyptus & sage.
Check out: Ivory & Pearl in County Down for some stunning bridal gowns.
Liberty in Love for the most elegant hair adornment.
And The Stables Flower Company in Coleraine for the most enchanting bouquet designs.
#2 The Groom
What’s in: Tweed suits, suspenders, bow ties, hats, floral buttonholes, comfy shoes.
Check out: Northern Irish blogger & florist Ditsy Floral Design for some super chic floral groom buttonholes.
And this indispensable grooms suit chart for fail safe bohemian groom style.
#3 The Decor
What’s in: Outdoor woodsy weddings, rustic wooden furniture, banquet tables, pampas grass, eucalyptus, goblet glassware, candles everywhere.
Check out: This awesome blog post on the pampas grass trend.
Fairy Tale Weddings in Antrim for a versatile array of wedding decor.
And these gorgeous goblet wine glasses on Amazon.
#4 The Location
What’s in: Outdoors weddings, woodland weddings, barn weddings, teepee villages.
Check out: The ridiculously charming Lusty Beg Island.
Galgorm Spa & Resort for the biggest choice of inclusive wedding packages.
And our blog post for NI’s most unique wedding venues.
#5 The Music
What’s in: Acoustic, traditional Irish, ukulele music, folk music, percussion music.
Matt Browns Marimba music will make you swoon!
Hitlist for a guaranteed crowd pleasing performance.
And Pure Blarney for some seriously lively traditional folk music.