Bridesmaids Dresses

Finally, dresses they’ll actually want to wear! Make every bridesmaid as excited as you are with fashionable, flattering designs ranging from infinity dress styles in silky satin and shimmering velvet to timeless satin slips to modern long-sleeve gowns.

You’ll get exactly what everyone wants…and find it in endless colour options.

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FAQs & Further Information

If you want to achieve a boho look through your wedding dress, first think about the setting. If you’re getting married on the beach, choose light fabrics and a silhouette that flows at the natural waist. If a barn wedding is more your thing, try an all lace fit-and-flare wedding dress that hugs your curves with off-the-shoulder sleeves!

Getting married outside? A tulle and lace A-line silhouette is perfect for a ceremony on a mountainside cliff, or in the middle of the forest, under the stars. Boho really is just a state of mind and you can wear it any way you want – with just a little imagination! Our team will be more than happy to offer possible solutions for your theme and setting, simply contact us for more information on boho wedding dresses.

For men, a casual suit in tan, blue, grey, brown or light colour in chambray or linen can be a great look for a boho wedding. For colder months, a tweed or wool suit with a bit of a pattern or colour could be a great choice. A suit and shirt without a tie can also be a great look if you know it’s a non-formal event.

Bohemian style comes with a long history, with its aesthetic originating in the late 60s and 70s. Also called ‘boho chic’ or ‘boho’, the style features a variety of natural materials, earthy shades and hippie-inspired patterns.

Boho wedding dresses are a versatile category, with a range of looks and materials.

The origin of the bohemian style is strongly correlated with the bohemians, a counterculture that appeared in France after the French Revolution. The era saw many artists plunge into poverty, as a result of being deprived of the former system of patronage.

Bohemian style comes with a wide range of silhouettes and cuts, and just as many, if not more characteristic materials, patterns and techniques.

As a general rule, bohemian wedding dresses incorporate natural materials in nature-occurring shades and designs inspired by art and rustic elements, plus a plethora of ethnic, folk and floral patterns. We’ve compiled a glossary of all the main bohemian elements out there, starting with the most commonly used fabrics to the most iconic prints and patterns.

Boho style wedding dresses are defined by an effortless aura that surrounds an attitude, which is brought to life through easy-to-wear fabrics, botanical laces, organic beaded patterns, and silhouettes that are simple and uncomplicated. Together, these design elements create wedding dresses the feel exceptionally boho without straying too far from traditional bridal looks.