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The Sweetest Thing: Styled Shoot Inspiration for the Bohemian Bride

Vintage-inspired décor and contemporary florals make for an effortlessly chic bohemian theme.
By: 
Sarah Baumann Rogers

Create a dessert table that will keep guests coming back for more. Here, glass cake stands show off pumpkin cheesecake and assorted minis from Stregare Cheesecake Co., with an extra lift thanks to vintage suitcases. A backdrop of macramé and paper flowers complete the charming scene.

Relaxed but refined, this tablescape shines with ’70s-inspired style. Mix-and-match chairs of wood and velvet from Scavenged Vintage tuck into a perfectly set table, featuring natural wood chargers, brushed-gold flatware and cornflower blue glassware from Premiere Events.

Centerpieces needn’t be confined to the table—take them to the next level by hanging them from tree branches or ceilings, like these lush pieces from The Bloom Bar.

A dessert table should have a little something for everybody, like these mini chocolate chip cookie sandwiches and mini cakes, crowd-pleasing treats from Polkadots Cupcake Factory.

Quintessentially boho, timelessly chic: This flowy and fringed patterned gown from Unbridaled and dazzling oversized bouquet by The Bloom Bar, featuring on-trend king protea and anthurium.

Guests will delight in finding their seat at this table, with scripted place cards embellished with watercolor accents.

This free-spirited ceremony overflows with divine details: Dreamcatchers with flowing lace ribbons, pampas grasses and petite floral chandeliers adorn the spreading branches that make a natural altar. A Persian rug runner lines the aisle where our couple will take their first steps into happily-ever-after.

For bridal style that’s festive, not fussy, locks are loosely curled and swept into a casual updo; a delicate headpiece adds a touch of glamour.

Brushstrokes in aqua and rose create a playful marbled effect in this stylish invitation suite by Fine Day Press.


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