Our ultimate Guide to the Bohemian Gown.












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The ultimate guide to the Bohemian Bride.

I’ve always thought those girls who search for their wedding dress a year out from their wedding the epitome of a high maintenance bridezilla… but finally I realise why they jump to it so! Most dresses, though not custom made couture, are still made to order.  Not having realised this I left it a little late to find a dress (my wedding fast approaching, insert anxiety attack here) ~ but luckily for me I have some incredible pattern makers and seamstresses at my disposal so the gorgeous girls in our design studio are making me a dress!

But before I realised I’d left it too late and started to design my own dress, I enjoyed the search and was inspired and over-awed by the wonderful world of divinely bohemian wedding gowns out there on offer. Soft, feminine silhouettes that wouldn’t look out of place in a palace ball room, nor out of place barefoot on the soft sands of a tropical island – luxe-lace and hand embellishments, draping fabrics and wide bell sleeves… the things my fairy tale dreams were always made of.  Anyone who is looking for a bridal gown ~ we hope you enjoy our go-to inspo guide… Happy hunting (and jump to it!)!

In order: Odylyne The Ceremony (shot by Harper Smith), Torchlight Jewelry (shot by Janell Shirtcliff), For Love and Lemons, Mara Hoffman (shot by Olivia Malone) and Bo + Luca (shot by Jessica Aleece)