It is not easy to sum up a bohemian-style wedding in Italy in just a few words.
To help identify the style I am talking about, picture a chic but unconventional location, think relaxed elegance and imagine a graceful setting with vintage touches. Everything oozes orchestrated informality and seems casual or left to chance, but – I can assure you – behind this casual sophistication lies extreme attention to detail and style.
Ideas for a boho-chic wedding
All the rage in recent seasons, bohemian weddings are often referred to as “boho-chic”, meaning that there is mixed influence from hippie and gypsy styles, reworked to create a sophisticated end result.
Nothing is formal or rigid and everything, from the invitations to the wedding dress and the decorations, says relaxed spontaneity and has a retro feel that is at one with nature. The bride usually opts for low heels or goes barefoot and, instead of a veil, wears a crown of flowers. Wildflowers feature in the bouquet alongside exotic ones to create unusual de-structured compositions.
I really love this style of wedding and that is why I always recommend that couples make original choices, avoiding the trap of fashionable clichés, splashed over the pages of magazines or overused on the internet. With my Full Wedding Planning service, I am able to really let my creative spirit run wild, creating decorations in natural wood teamed with lace and linen ribbon, involving the very best wild florists.
Venues for a boho wedding in Italy
There is a vast array of venue options with the right tone in the countryside in Tuscany and Umbria and among the hills in Friuli: a forest, meadow, country estate, charming farmhouse… The venue that is Bosco di Pradis in Clauzetto is an unforgettable one for me; here I took care of a photo shoot which was published and picked up on by lots of American blogs.
Who is this style of wedding for?
Bohemian weddings are perfect for brides that love crowns of flowers and want to go for a romantic, retro look, immersed in the relaxed elegance of a country garden. They work for couples that keep up to date with current trends and want to create something that goes beyond some of the traditional formalism typical of a wedding ceremony.GET IN TOUCH