With more and more brides gravitating toward the romantic elements that shape Bohemian style, it's likely that you are thinking of incorporating a Bohemian theme into your own wedding plans. While selecting a gown, furnishings, and a venue that align with this style may be simple, some brides can struggle when it comes to finding wedding flowers that fit a Bohemian aesthetic.
Here are three types of flower arrangements you should consider investing in if you are planning a Bohemian themed wedding in the future.
1. Floral Head Pieces
When you think about the fashion elements that personify Bohemian style, braided bands and scarves worn around the head play a prominent role. If you want your wedding to feel authentic, you can easily use flowers to recreate these braided head pieces.
Floral wreaths worn around the heads of your female friends help your bridal party personify true Bohemian style. Be sure to ask your florist if special arrangements (like head measurements) need to be made prior to your wedding date in order to create floral head pieces for your Bohemian ceremony.
2. Floral Garlands
Another style element that is heavily associated with Bohemian fashion is loose, draping clothing. If you want to incorporate this element into your wedding ceremony, floral garlands serve as the perfect tool. Garlands can easily be draped over tables to serve as runners, or swagged along your ceremony backdrop to lend a casual and romantic vibe to your nuptials.
The versatility of floral garlands allows them to be used in many different ways when it comes to decorating your reception space, so be sure to ask your florist for suggestions as you decide where to incorporate floral garlands into your design aesthetic.
3. Green Fillers
Layering items of clothing (like a scarf over a vest and a vest over a shirt) is another style element that is uniquely Bohemian in nature. To bring the idea of layers into your Bohemian wedding ceremony, it's important that you select flower arrangements with a lot of green fillers.
Asking your florist to incorporate plant varieties that feature a lot of leafy green foliage (like Bells of Ireland, Cress, or Queen Anne's Lace) will help your flower arrangements have that layered and romantic look that typifies a Bohemian celebration.
Adopting a Bohemian theme for your wedding, and using floral arrangements to complement that theme, can help you achieve the delicate and romantic feel you envision for your nuptials.