Being identified as “bohemian” has gone from being an outcast to uniquely different. From the colorful flowers to the distinctive ambiance, bohemian weddings are up and coming. The term bohemian in the past has been characterized by someone who is socially unconventional and especially interested in the arts. Over the years the term has turned into a funky and individualistic trait that is to be desired. The word bohemian, used in this sense, comes from the French “gypsy”.
BOHEMIAN WEDDINGS – THE GROOM
A bohemian groom is known for being slightly hipster; unconventional, if you will. Although his appearance may not be as unique as the bride, his charm brings a whole new element to the term bohemian.
BOHEMIAN WEDDINGS – CENTERPIECES
Bohemian’s love color. Color in everything from flowers to tablecloths to cakes. It brings happiness and uniqueness into anything and everything you want. Take the table setting below, for example. We see a green tablecloth with beautiful colorful flowers in the middle in a rustic setting. This will make for a wedding that will not easily be forgotten.
Colorful flowers, such as ranunculus, draw attention to the bride while offsetting her white dress, making her stand out and be memorable.
BOHEMIAN WEDDINGS – FLOWER GIRLS
Little girls can be bohemian too! This lovely flower girl is rocking the messy hair and fashionable forehead headband, making her stand out and adding an extra charm to an already unique wedding.
BOHEMIAN WEDDINGS – CAKES
Bohemian’s are known for being one with nature. Being unconventional and rustic makes the term bohemian what it is today. That being said, earthy cake themes are the perfect addition to your bohemian wedding. The cake above takes nature and turns it into something elegant and, again, memorable.
Bohemian Weddings by First Class Wedding
Bohemian Bridesmaids and Centerpieces From Green Wedding Shoes
Table Setting From Style Me Pretty
Flowers From Style Me Pretty
Flower Girl From Flickr
Bride in Colorful Garland From Green Wedding Shoes
Man Holding Cake From Green Wedding Shoes
Groom Juggling From Milou and Olin Photography