Tuesday 22 January 2019

9 wedding ideas for boho brides

Boho brides in search of dreamy wedding inspiration can look no further, as SoGlosWeddings finds nine inspirational ideas for the big day, from seriously glorious gowns and cake creations to trendy transport.

From finding the perfect dress to those all-important finishing touches, SoGlosWeddings has found nine inspiring ideas to help boho brides create their perfect celebration.

Sponsored by Kushi Cars, these gorgeous touches are sure to provide some great inspiration, encompassing everything from characterful transport to twinkling lights and dreamy dresses.

For more information, visit kushicars.co.uk directly.


1. Kushi Cars


Complete with beautiful detailing and intricate upholstery, Kushi Cars complements a boho wedding perfectly.

Offering a unique way to arrive in style, the Indian motor boasts glorious gold fabric and a picture-perfect exterior which will make a great backdrop for your wedding snaps.


2. Grecian dresses


The ultimate boho bride will need a dreamy dress to complete the look. Loose sleeves, lots of lace and floaty gowns are all ideal for perfecting the boho bridal look.


3. Fairy lights


Create a cosy atmosphere by lacing lots of fairy lights around your wedding venue. Make the most of high ceilings, original features and picture-perfect courtyards with strings of light bulbs or clusters of lights in jars and vases.


4. Floral hoops

A post shared by Cripps Barn (@crippsbarn) on


Boho weddings wouldn’t be complete without a gorgeous array of florals. Make a statement with floral hoops or cover you wedding breakfast tables in garlands of greenery and wild flowers.


5. Tipis and yurts


Create a laid-back feel for your wedding and opt for an outdoor theme complete with a yurt or tipi to party the night away. Don your dancing shoes with a large open space to celebrate with your nearest and dearest.


6. Boho braids

A post shared by Bold Birds (@boldbirds) on


Loosely braid your luscious locks for a relaxed yet chic look for your wedding day. Braiding your hair is also a great way to incorporate fresh flowers into your finished hairdo.


7. Perfect puddings


If you’re looking to host the ultimate foodie fiesta, then keep your guests entertained with a host of ‘pimp your own’ stations, with endless options spanning everything from Prosecco to pancakes.


8. Rustic touches


From seating plan boards to the order of services, hessian, burlap and brown card are always a good combination. For lots more rustic wedding inspiration, check out our how to create a rustic Cotswold wedding feature.


9. Colourful celebrations


Inject some colour into your celebrations and be bold when decorating your wedding venue. Bright balloons, colourful cakes and pretty patterns will have make your reception stand out and will look great in your wedding photos too.


By Sophie Bird

© SoGlos
Wednesday 02 May 2018

More hot lists you might like...

From half term ideas to places to see the snowdrops, here’s February’s best offering.

10 unmissable things to do in Gloucestershire this February

Now that January’s nearly done and dusted, there’s so much to look forward to this February. From foodie feasts...

From gardening to helping animals, discover 14 places to volunteer in Gloucestershire.

14 places to volunteer in Gloucestershire

From nurturing wildlife to getting behind the mic at hospital radio, volunteering is a great way to give something back to...

Be wowed by these six glorious garden wedding venues in the Cotswolds.

6 gorgeous Cotswold garden wedding venues

From manicured lawns and gorgeous woodlands, to acres of greenery, SoGlos finds six Cotswold garden venues for your special...

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, don’t miss this handy hot list.

10 ways to treat your Valentine in Gloucestershire

Hopeless romantics can find plenty of ideas ranging from gorgeous getaways to delectable dinners, in SoGlos’s round-up...

Spot the first signs of spring at eight of the best places to see snowdrops in Gloucestershire.

8 of the best places to see snowdrops in Gloucestershire

Spot the first signs of spring at eight of the best places to see snowdrops in Gloucestershire.

Unmissable highlights