An Eclectic and Romantic Bohemian Wedding Decor Inspiration

by Karina Leviani [[ 1512612000000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in WEDDING IDEAS  

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The Bohemian theme seems to become increasingly popular and will be a trend for weddings over the next year. So when it comes to picking a theme for our decoration spread in the Bridestory Magazine, this theme is definitely a winner. With vibrant colors that beautify every corner of the room, it is clear why bohemian weddings are so in demand lately. As seen in the photos above, the fresh colors brings an eclectic impression that remains romantic, perfect for couples who want to try a fun yet romantic look for their wedding.

"The concept of this inspiration is the eclectic bohemian with a touch of romance," explains Isabella Ingrid of Papertree Décor. Despite combining contrasting elements, every single thing sits harmoniously with each other. "The bold color combination is a signature of the Bohemian theme. For this concept we combine cactus plants, wood & metal ornaments, candles, and hang macrame pots on the ceiling," she continued.

The location of the photo also gives a magical impression that enlivens the overall decor. Sun rays that enter through the glass windows and the unfinished architectural structure just gives a perfect balance to the festive decoration.

If you want to adopt this theme for your wedding, make sure you do research first to know which flowers you can use on the day. "The key to the success of this theme is choosing bright yet unusual colors, as well as exotic flowers and plants. With these in hand surely you will have a decor that's unique and not like any other!" said Ingrid, closing the conversation.

Like what you see? Find more inspirations and ideas like this on The Bridestory Magazine volume 5. Head to your favorite bookstores to get a copy!


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