Marriage between lace and ostrich feathers
Picasso’s muse Dora Maar once enchanted the famous painter with long robes, feather headdresses and casual combinations and is considered one of the first boho style icons of her time. Coined as a demarcation of the French avant-garde in the mid-19th century, the term “bohème” stands for a lifestyle that celebrates the creative free spirit. Today, boho weddings are among the most popular of all – no wonder, the combination of hippie and elegance can hardly be surpassed in terms of stylish ease. The pictures by Christine Sauer, which we don’t want to withhold from you, show how beautiful a boho-style wedding can look.
Matching the location – the old fruit cellar in Mönchberg – the colors change in natural earth tones. From opulent bouquets of dried flowers in large brass containers to placemats made from plaited banana leaves to nude nuances on the bride’s eyelids: the natural tones create images that, as a total work of art, can hardly be surpassed in terms of harmony.
The many small blue details fit in like missing pieces of a puzzle and harmonize perfectly with the light earth tones. The denim jacket worn over the delicate lace dress not only perfectly sets the bride’s figure in scene, but also keeps her nice and warm during the photo session at a nearby, wild lake. The groom also opts for a strong blue in combination with an ivory shirt. A bow tie and the matching handkerchief in a floral look provide the necessary dose of “Boho”.Loved down to the smallest detail
The circle closes again and again. The table arrangements are tied in the same style as the wedding arch, typical Boho details such as dream catchers flatter the wooden beams as a stylish arrangement, ostrich feathers decorate the wedding arch and refine the stationery at the same time. Even the sweet table takes up boho decorative elements and the color scheme again and fits into the setting in an atmospheric way.
Boho-style weddings are always an expression of love for nature. With the wedding arch made of birch trunks in combination with the hand-knotted macramé curtain, this closeness to nature finds its expression in a wonderful way. The open bridal hairstyle with soft curls in combination with a large wreath of flowers crowns the bridal styling in Boho style, which is completely natural.