Looking for inspiration for your upcoming wedding? I’ve collected a few of my favorite western and boho bridal styles that I think you’re going to love. Check ’em out!
Western + Boho Bridal Gown Styles
Let’s be honest: your wedding gown sets the tone for everything else – even the groom’s style! – so we’ll start there. Then, you can choose your accessories, bouquet, hairstyle, and shoes to complement your western or boho bridal look. Check out these western boho dress styles:
These oversized lace bell sleeves on this Flutter Dress look gorgeous and flattering on any boho bride. Elegant and carefree at the same time.
Lace Cap Sleeves
If you don’t want to go strapless, sheer lace cap sleeves add a delicate touch and beautifully accentuate the neckline.
High-neck gowns like this Brooklyn Grace gown from Something New Boutique have been one of my favorite styles lately, especially with keyhole or open backs.
Lace & Fringe
Can fringe really work with a wedding gown? Absolutely! I love the movement of this Saldana Vintage gown. And these brides nailed the look.
Boho Bridal Off the Shoulder Dress
An off-the-shoulder lace dress is the boho version of a strapless wedding gown, and this gown by Chic Nostalgia from Dress Gallery is stunning!
Take your look up a notch and turn heads by pairing your gown with some matching accessories. Don’t be afraid to go bold:
Hats & Crown Wreaths
Go beyond the veil with a western hat or floral wreath. These look gorgeous for photos out in a field or pasture. Hats make for fun accessories, but they also offer protection from the wind and sun during outdoor bridal sessions or wedding ceremonies.
What’s a western bride without some chunky jewelry? Go all out, or choose one accent piece – whatever your heart desires.
Rhinestones, Jewels, and Turquoise
Add some sparkle and color to your boho bridal look. Jewel tones and turquoise never go out of style, and they’re extra trendy right now. Sunwest Silver Co. and Wild Honey Turquoise are a couple of my favorite shops!!
Western Boho Bridal Hairstyles
Down & Natural
Wild. Effortless. Beautiful. Add a few curls or waves, a floral crown, or a hat for a little something extra.
Pull some hair from your face while keeping most of your hair down. You can also add a turquoise, pearl, or jewel accent clip.
Boho Bridal Braided Styles
Elegant but still natural and flowy for your boho look.
Low Loose Bun
Want your hair up and out of the way but still a little wild and whimsical? I’m in love with this style, especially if you have a backless gown. Add a floral accent or two to complete the look.
Wear your hair half up to add a bit of volume and keep your hair out of your eyes.
Western + Boho Bridal Shoes
Ivory or Blush Boots
For a more famine take on cowboy boots, check out these ivory and rose accented boots! The “Almost Famous” boot by Old Gringo has become a favorite among western boho brides. I imagine this robbin’s egg blue boot by Double D Ranch is going to quickly become a favorite too!!!
As soon as she pulled her dress up to reveal these wedges, I wanted to steal them off of her feet. LOVE these!! I also found these awesome roper heels by The Western Company.
Check out these fun turquoise ankle boots by Ariat for a pop of color that matches her groom’s sharp-looking suit. Ariat also put a super fun spin on the original Dixon that I’m sure will be a bridal favorite as well. Check those out here.
Western Boho Bridal Bouquets
Complete your look with a bouquet to match. I’m always amazed by the designs florists can put together, and thanks to Pinterest, you have so many creative options. These are a few of my favorite arrangements:
Hand-Tied Boho Bridal Bouquet
Keep the bunch loose and asymmetrical with mismatched ribbons for a true boho vibe. I love the wild, cascading look of these large bouquets.
Pair succulents with colorful thistles and other unique floral options for a one-of-a-kind bouquet.
Uncommon Boho Bridal Florals
This bride chose fewer blooms and more texture from greenery, grass, and feathers. I love how it turned out! Dried floral bouquets will last much longer than fresh. I dig the muted colors that create a rustic, vintage look when combined with seed pods, wild grasses, feathers, and pampas grass.
Going for a rustic-chic look? For a more traditional bouquet, antique roses are the perfect option for a western-inspired or boho wedding.
And for the Groom…
Need to dress your western groom? I can help with that, too. Have a look at these western groom styles and how to rock them here.
Daedra is a western wedding photographer based in Kansas; however, she loves to roam and is happy to photograph your wedding day wherever your heart may lead. Check out her portfolio, and learn more about her services here. Connect with Daedra to book your wedding today!