Many young couples want to infuse bohemian-inspired romance into their wedding celebrations. When it comes to their wedding fashion that often means opting for timeless lace dresses instead of fussy organza numbers, and simple fresh flower accessories, instead of traditional veils. That said, are you wondering how to decorate at your bohemian-inspired wedding? If so, we can help. That is because our rustic wedding venue outside of Austin, Texas makes a perfect backdrop for weddings that are a little bit bohemian or country.
Think About Sustainable, Nature-Inspired Decor
When decorating for any style of wedding, it can be helpful to let the season you’ll be marrying serve as inspiration, both for your color palette and your other décor choices. For instance, while most bohemian-loving brides prefer ivory, cream, champagne and other shades of off-white to stark white, which can seem much fancier and more formal, those shades all pair well with either spring or fall-inspired color palettes.
Spring weddings, for instance, often call for pale shades. Just avoid coming across as too Easter-inspired or baby-centric, by opting for light pink or blue, mixed with slightly deeper shades like sage, daffodil or even a vibrant tangerine.
Fall and winter, on the other hand, are often ideal with rich jewel tones and those found in nature, such as rich pumpkin orange, eggplant and emerald green.
Bohemian brides are also interested in looking for sustainable flower choices, either by choosing seasonal flowers harvested responsibly, or even potted plants that can find prolonged use after the wedding. Succulents, for instance, continue to be a popular alternative to traditional centerpiece flowers, and they make great wedding gifts after their job as décor is done.
Other natural elements also look right at home, at Bohemian weddings, such as pinecones and acorns on fall-inspired tablescapes, or moss, faux feathers, or even artichokes for a spring wedding.