Boho-Wedding of Stephanie & Garret by Sara Van Senus Photography
Back to back wedding galleries of Bohemian weddings – each different but you can see a similar vibe in both. I think the head crown really sets the stage. Not just anybody can pull off wearing these crowns but Stephanie fits the look perfectly.
Usually their is great intensity of colors – even if everything else is white. They refer to the colors as “moody” because they are so intense; burgundy, deep forest green, burnt orange, and purples. There is always a woodland touch so the ferns in Stephanie’s bouquet is right on.
When your bouquets, crowns, and reception tables are shout “woodland and natural”…..then going out in our meadow near our woods during the peak of a wildflower display was a smart move. I will say that it was challenging getting Stephanie “and her delicate dress & veil” out in the flower patch without snagging it on a cockleburr….but sometimes you just “know” that it will be worth it in the end…..and it was.
Even Garret’s brown suit fits well into the vintage Boho look. Stephanie’s dress has a very vintage vibe as well…no poof, no glitter, but always romantic. Even her long veil adds a stunning accent to the look.
Another aspect of the Boho look is the mismatch look, so having the bridesmaids all in different colors and different styles…but all coordinating together is right on. She opted for viney lanterns instead of bouquets.
It is a must to take advantage of the sunset here at the farm with the highest point of Lookout Mountain in the background.
Even the wood pile makes a fitting backdrop for Stephanie.
She had dried purple flowers strung together and hanging around the ceremony area. Touches of moss on the logs down the aisle added to the woodsy feel too.
The golf cart makes darting off to even more farm photographic spots much easier and simpler.
A few detail shot to share. Always a great idea to do a polaroid sign in so you have a picture of all of your guests. I think the book display (and photos) were to show their favorite books.
I loved their sweetheart table. A sweet mix of fern, lace, dried flowers, colored glass bottles, and candlesticks.
It was certainly a wedding to remember. The best weddings reflect the couple…and this one did so to a tee.