Bohemian Wedding Dresses:
Boho Style Tells a Tale of Love and Individuality
…that feeling of falling in love, captured through windswept tulle, rippled silk & the sea.
If you’re captivated by Boho chic and Bohemian wedding dresses, and want to embrace the freestyle spirit for your wedding day, go for it wholeheartedly. It speaks to individuality and the courage to follow your own path, whether you see yourself as Maid Marian or a Sixties flower child. The bohemian look is well-suited for seaside settings, or for highly personal expressions of commitment in unusual locations. Picture a traditional ceremony in a rustic family barn, perhaps; or a simple gathering amidst prairie wildflowers. Or a twilight exchange of vows in a forest glen.
Free People Anna Gown
With flowers in her hair and sand between her toes, they held hands and she said “I do” in this modern, non-traditional two-piece bohemian wedding dress.
Free People Lillian Gown
As they swayed all night long, under the light of the moon, she radiated in this form-fitting sheer maxi gown, with a high neck, statement-making bell sleeves, full hem, and allover embroidery detail.
Free People Lola Set
Get swept away by your soul mate in the perfect lace maxi set for the bride who will always share her heart with the sea. Anything but traditional, this strapless twist on a bustier features a built-in tube silhouette, with molded cups for a beautiful fit, and hook-and-eye closures in back.
Ginger Convertible Maxi Dress ~ twobirds Bridesmaids
This piece boasts over fifteen ways to wear–from strapless to halter or criss-crossed.
Gwyneth Gown ~ Yoana Baraschi – Bohemian wedding dresses
Following her tenure as Creative Director for Betsey Johnson, designer Yoana Baraschi launched her own collection in 2002, specializing in feminine silhouettes with bohemian embellishments and intricate embroidery. This whimsical gown features a soft tonality that showcases its dimension, and is finished with a striking train in back. A gorgeous addition to an afternoon garden ceremony.
Boho Style & Bohemian Wedding Dresses
Boho style is hard to classify. And that is, in large part, exactly why it remains appealing and fresh. Buyer Select brings you the options, but you must make the decisions. The thing about Boho is that it’s all about taking a few risks and being a little edgy. If you can pull that off and project an air of confidence, then it is definitely a style worth considering. After all, this is your day, and although it’s not all about you, you are indeed the star!
Look to the Ceremony
Take a cue from the kind of ceremony you plan: Follow the dictates of your heart, your personality and your budget. Your gown will showcase your beauty and reflect your love no matter what the setting. But a formal ball gown with a sweeping train would be out of place at a lake. By the same token, a midriff-baring sundress would feel too casual for an exchange of vows in your community’s historic chapel. However, Boho can bridge vintage and modern, white glove formal and sandy beach casual.
Adalynn Gown ~ Eddy K
Milan-based designer Eddy K focuses on procuring the highest-quality fabrics and creating detailing which not only adds beauty to a piece, but complements a woman’s shape.
Carina Corset and Ahsan Skirt ~ Watters
This corset and skirt from designer Watters create an unforgettable look together.
Price: $930.00 – $1,860.00
Valentina Gown ~ Badgley Mischka
Inspired by the elegance and breathtaking natural beauty of the French Riviera, this ivory crepe gown features a slim, sleeveless silhouette and a striking ruffled back that is guaranteed to be a ceremony showstopper.
This hand-painted enamel bloom is centered by a sparkling hand-set Swarovski crystal and surrounded by silver-washed leaves. From Paris by Debra Moreland.
A gilded trio of white blossoms, hand enameled in wedding day-white, and loaded with Swarovski sparkle and gold-tipped charm.
Pearly Dreams Halo
Inspired by baby’s breath and vintage wax flower crowns, this pearl-encrusted halo is a soft, romantic addition to any up-do.
Choosing a gown is very personal and it’s every bride’s prerogative to pick a style totally in keeping with her own personality. No matter what your choice, we share your desire to be distinctive and extraordinary on your wedding day. Let us help you express your love by bringing you the wedding gown of your dreams.
What About the Bohemian Wedding Dress?
Your Bohemian gown can be minimal or exotic, a reflection of a bygone era or simply a reflection of you. Sheer organic fabrics, simple embroidered cotton, flowing chiffon — no matter what you like, Free People has some stunning examples of Boho style in their first ever FP Wedding Collection. BHLDN also has a gorgeous selection of wedding dresses, from classic to bohemian.
Never forget the impact of an element of surprise. A keyhole opening at the back of a flowing, body-covering lace gown, for instance.
Or, perhaps, the romantic surprise of champagne-hued silk chiffon featuring a pleated bodice atop a wide-leg palazzo pant silhouette.
Gabrielle Embroidered Dress ~ Notte by Marchesa
Bohemian Wedding Dresses: British-born designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig have built a fashion empire defined by its elegant dresses and gowns. With a fashion icon and Italian heiress as their muse, they’ve created a line coveted by women around the world, from movie stars to royalty. With its ivory lace, colorful floral embroidery, sequined leaves, and shortened hemline, this stunning lace and sequin dress is sweetly unexpected.
Ginger Convertible Maxi Dress ~ twobirds Bridesmaids
Ostara Dress ~ Yoana Baraschi
Bohemian Wedding Dresses: Following her tenure as Creative Director for Betsey Johnson, designer Yoana Baraschi launched her own collection in 2002, specializing in feminine silhouettes with bohemian embellishments and intricate embroidery. Featuring a crisscross cutout back and bright white lace, this heat-of-the-summer stunner has a beachy, boho vibe thanks to sheer lattice at the waist and an impossibly dreamy skirt.
- Consider jewelry, chains, flowers and shoes (if you wear them) as extensions of your style, not as separate parts. Weave flowers in your hair or wear them as a crown rather than carrying a bouquet.
- Opt for a simple bouquet of sea grass and lace, but wear knee-high gladiator sandals.
- Choose a striking choker of unmatched semi-precious stones or crystals; drape sparkling chains over bare shoulders; or highlight your shape and your gown with a body chain, suggestive somehow of armor.
- Choose a sweet, street-length lace dress with an utterly simple silhouette for an outdoor ceremony in a city park.
- Appear as ephemeral as an apparition wearing a two-piece lace design that hides only what discretion dictates should be covered.
Exchange vows on a rocky promontory looking every bit the medieval princess in an off-the-shoulder maxi design that covers otherwise bare arms with a simple lace capelet.
- Let flowing hair and glowing skin be the only accompaniment to your style.
The smile on your groom’s face will complete the picture. May you live happily ever after!
Shined Lace Cocktail Dress ~ Notte by Marchessa
An ace reception-switch, flutter sleeves and a scalloped hemline lend a few dainty details to this silver-threaded dress.
Georgina Gown ~ Etoile
With a touch of Old World romance, this stunning ivory gown features an illusion neckline, lace applique, a tulle overlay, and, for a modern twist, a delicate scattering of sequins.
Ibiza Medallion Top and Arizona Maxi
This deftly woven, crisp cotton-lace top and maxi skirt set is elegant yet quintessentially bohemian. Together, they’re perfect for a beach wedding or honeymoon dinner in the tropics, and we suspect you’ll find each piece pairs beautifully with other things in your closet post-nuptials!
Price: $200.00 – $260.00
Zora Gown ~ BHLDN Exclusive
Frothy tiers of scalloped, tulle float from the silk bodice to the hem of this stunning, truly bohemian gown.
Hadley Dress ~ Tadashi Shoji
Featuring allover scrolling embroidery, delicate cap-sleeves, and an elegant sheer neckline, this slim silhouette from Tadashi Shoji is perfect for a laidback bride or a reception switch.
Maelin Corset and Priya Skirt
A two-piece look is one of our new favorites, and this corset and skirt from Watters is no exception! A sweetheart neckline and delicate Swarovski crystals embroidered upon the romantic rose quartz corset perfectly complement the ruffled, statement-making skirt. With its unexpected combination of structure and volume, any bride in this unique look will certainly be unforgettable.
Price: $970 – $2,730.00
Valentina Gown ~ Badgley Mischka