Who doesn’t love a boho themed wedding? Lots of nature, rustic details and free spirit, they’re perfect for showing off your personality in a relaxed setting. These are my top tips for styling a Boho Luxe wedding.
Using simple props such as apothecary jars and small glass vases on your tables teamed with candles is the perfect way to create simple, yet dramatic table decorations. Use long trestle tables and create a table runner using moss, branches and pine cones, and include beautiful, carefree gypsophila.
If you’d prefer to use flowers on your tables, keep them simple with pretty pastels and lots of foliage at low levels, then create height by displaying floral ceiling rings above your dining tables making use of the space in at your venue.
Festoon lights are perfect for boho weddings; use them around your venue and outside for some additional romantic, festival style lighting. Combine these with glass baubles or small buckets hung from tree branches outside filled with candles for a chic outdoor chill-out area.
Use lots of props to add to your boho luxe look. Team log slices with contemporary terrariums on your tables or around your venue for a modern twist on boho chic.
Create your own bar using BAR letters, rustic crates and galvanised pails. Fill pails with lots of ice and a selection of your favourite bottled drinks for guests to help themselves.
Limewashed chiavari chairs are great for a touch of boho luxe and the perfect accompaniment for your table décor. Choose some simple lace hood decorations to complete the look, or go for a more contemporary look and mix and match your chairs. We love limewashed chiavari chairs together with ghost chairs.
Fun Table Plan
Think about styling other areas where your guests might congregate around your venue and utilise these for a photo booth area or your table plan. Old wooden ladders make the perfect table plan base – add pots or jars with table names displayed on them and get your guests to choose their names from inside as a fun way of them finding their seats.
Guest post by Lindsey Hunter of Get Knotted
Apothecary Jars: Sara Wight Photography
Table Flowers: First Light
Festoon Lights: CJ Williams Photography
Bar: Get Knotted
Chairs: Alex Martin Photography
Wooden Ladder and Flower Pot Table Plan: McBeth Photography
All styling by Get Knotted except festoon lights