Battle of the Boho Weddings: Finding The Best Blooms for Your Unique Style 

Weddings with a boho flair embody the spirit of freedom, creativity, and all things nature. The term “boho” — an abbreviation of “bohemian” — is derived from the Central European Romani people presumed to be from the Bohemian Kingdom, known for their nomadic and anti-establishment ethos. Nowadays, boho refers to the vibrant and diverse fashion of the ’60s and ’70s, favored by artists, intellectuals, and writers who defy traditional conventions.

Whether it’s home decor, wedding decor, or fashion, boho style is easily recognizable; it showcases a blend of colors, textures, and patterns. This aesthetic takes inspiration from diverse, global cultures and gives off a relaxed, free-spirited vibe. Boho fashion includes maxi dresses, fringe details, wide-brimmed hats, and an array of layered jewelry. In home decor, you’ll find floor pillows, poufs, vintage furniture, layered rugs, rustic decor, and a variety of plants.

While every boho wedding is one-of-a-kind, there are a few common decor elements that define this distinctive style. These touches include flower crowns, lace, macrame, billowing sleeves, vintage seating, and a wide array of patterns and textures. Of course, natural decor and flower arrangements are vital components. Here at WKF Weddings in St. Louis, Missouri, we love creating various boho wedding elements, be it with a vibrant color palette or in neutral tones, or leaning into a luxe yet rustic aesthetic. Discover below which style suits your one-of-a-kind taste, and which flowers are perfect for creating the bohemian wedding of your dreams.

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The Perfect Boho Blooms

Flowers hold great importance in every wedding, but they hold a special place in boho weddings. The organic and untamed arrangements perfectly embody the energy of this aesthetic. Popular flower options for these weddings include protea, roses, wildflowers, peonies, and pampas grass, each adding its own distinct charm to the overall theme.

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Fresh Stems for Neutral and Natural Boho

Boho style that’s natural or neutral embraces earthy tones like white, cream, peach, and ivory. These shades shine via the use of greenery and flowers, including white orchids, pale pink roses and spray roses, eucalyptus, foxtail grasses, and pampas grass. To add a touch of softness and romance to the boho theme, hints of pale purple or dusty blue can be included.

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Blooms for a Bold Chic Boho Style

In a bold yet elegant boho wedding style, vibrant colors take the spotlight. Jewel tones like sapphire blue, amethyst purple, and ruby red beautifully harmonize with red or pink protea, dahlias, chrysanthemums, garden roses, dianthus, and blue thistle. To set the ideal tone for a fall boho wedding, complement these flowers with brown or tan colors from feathers and pampas grass, and incorporate velvet fabrics, varied textures, and more.

Woman carrying colorful boho bouquet

Classic Flowers for Hippie Boho

If you are drawn to the the vintage spirit from the ’60s and ’70s, then the classic hippie boho look, featuring delicate lace and intricate macrame, might be what you’re looking for. Embrace the quintessential hippie style with lovely blooms such as white Veronica, lavender, alstroemeria, wax flowers, baby’s breath, daisies, sunflowers, craspedia billy balls, wildflowers, and roses. Imagine a romantic ceremony taking place outdoors, surrounded by the natural beauty of a wooded area or a beside a tranquil lake.

Pink boho flower arrangement on table

Tropical Flowers for Beach Boho

For a boho style that ushers in a tropical ambiance, anthuriums and orchids are the perfect choice. Whether you prefer the delicate shades of white and light pink or the striking combination of vibrant red and green, these flowers set the tone. Complement soft pink and white tones with hints of dusty blue, along with elements like driftwood and light tan wood to create a wedding that radiates a coastal energy. For a vibrant and tropical island boho feel, opt for bright shades like red and orange. Pair them with glossy green monstera leaves, macrame, and pampas grass to infuse your nuptials with an energetic and lively ambiance.

Woman outside with boho wedding bouquet

Boho Blooms for Southwest Style

Embrace the trendiest boho wedding style of the moment with the southwest boho theme, which combines rustic, woodland, and cowboy influences. When selecting blooms and accents for your wedding bouquets, go for popular choices like protea, curly willow tips, dahlias, lotus pods, pampas grass, succulents, olive branches, roses, blue thistle, and other desert florals. To add depth and variety, mix in textures such as wooden elements, twine, dried accents, rock formations, and cactus. To truly capture the essence of southwest boho, opt for subtle earthy tones, especially the warm and inviting terracotta shade.

Couple holding boho wedding bouquet

Luxurious Florals for L.A. Boho

If you’re aiming for an elegant bohemian wedding that captures the essence of Los Angeles, consider using greenery paired with posh white flowers. Incorporate stunning stems such as white protea, roses, myrtle, orchids, anemones, and waxflower along with accents like eucalyptus, feathers, white Veronica, magnolia leaves, and white pampas grass to create arrangements that are simply stunning. By blending these blossoms with a sense of flowing movement, you’ll achieve a luxurious boho wedding energy in all of your flower arrangements.

Whatever your bohemian wedding vision may be, WKF Weddings in St. Louis, Missouri is here to make it a reality. Whether you desire a soft and natural ambiance or a bold and rustic style, our expert designers are dedicated to manifesting your vision. Make your nuptials an event to remember for years to come.

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