This styled elopement is the perfect inspiration for a boho bride trying to plan her special day.
When it comes to intimate elopements, the possibilities are endless. During elopements, the focus is on the bride and groom, and this allows them to celebrate their special day exactly how they want it. Thus, this boho styled session is the perfect inspiration for free-spirited couples.
Our team is loving every detail of this styled boho wedding session, and we can’t wait to break down the 5 ways you can create your bohemian wedding.
“Marie and Andrew’s eclectic elopement in Marfa Texas is the definition of magical. This elopement is every free-spirited bride’s dream when it comes to location, style, and inspiration! There was dessert to the left, mountains to the right, and in the middle a sprinkle of Marfa’s eclectic art and city culture.” [Annette Ambrose]
Photography by Annette Ambrose Photography
1. Stylize With Cozy and Romantic Details
The coordinator and stylist of this styled session, Tirzah McFarland, created a beautiful vision for this bohemian session.
“Tirzah McFarland styling combined the southwestern vibe with accessories, timeless enchantment through dried floral selection, and Pakistani styled decor to bring an exotic element to combat with the rustic terrain.” [Annette]
If you are looking to spice up your boho wedding decor, then you should consider adding elements such as dried pampas grass, macrame detailing, and bohemian rugs. Touches of pillows and blankets can give your boho wedding a cozy twist while allowing you to cuddle up for some awesome picture opportunities.
2. Lacey Boho Wedding Dress
This bride wears a boho wedding dress with beautiful lace detailing. The long sleeves and back fringe gives this dress movement and dimension that work amazingly during this styled session. Wedding dresses like this one are a great option because they are light, airy, yet still bridal!
3. Neutral Boho Bouquet
The Floral Eclectic provided a beautiful bridal bouquet that not only ties the whole boho theme together but also works as an elegant statement piece for this gorgeous bride. We love the different textures from the different flowers in the arrangement. Another quality we love about this arrangement and the arch arrangements is how beautifully the neutral colors are. Neutral colors are a great go-to for many boho brides and bring out that earthy element we all love.
4. Romantic Elopement Announcement
If you are considering eloping, then you may be wondering how to tie your boho theme with your announcement to family and friends. This calligraphy by Ada Deleon is a wonderful idea. Calligraphy can tie different elements from your intimate wedding together to feel more romantic and personal.
Besides elopement announcements, calligraphy can be included in multiple ways to give your special day an edge.
5. Boho Accessories are a Must
This bride decided on wearing a tan felt hat that paired beautifully with her lacey gown. Her hat also complimented the groom’s suede jacket and brown vest. Accessories like these are essential to tie a boho wedding vision together with little effort.
“The backdrop of palms, Chihuahua mountains, and the beautiful orange and lush sunset set the stage for the most intimate western elopement. Marie’s gown from A&Be Bridal and felt hat from The Old Boot Factory was the perfect choice for a southwestern desert escape.” [Annette]
Thank you Annette Ambrose for sharing this dreamy boho wedding session with us!
Besides these 5 ideas we mentioned, there are many other ways to personalize and create your special day. Elopements can be as detailed as you want. You can have an arch, or you can just get married in nature’s beauty. We would love to know what aspect you love most about this styled boho session. What details would you love to include on your wedding day?
If you are looking for more ideas on how to plan your special day, then we suggest checking out our elopement planning resources.