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How to Put Your Own Twist on a Bohemian Wedding Dress

Wedding dress styles run the gamut, from sleek and modern to light and flowy, and no style is more popular (or versatile) than bohemian wedding dresses. Yes, we said versatile! These romantic gowns may have started out as the calling card for rustic or beachy brides, but there’s a way to make this softer, more relaxed aesthetic your own, no matter what type of boho bride you are. And there’s no better place to find the perfect bohemian wedding dress for you than in the Wilderly collection from Allure Bridals.

Take a peek at some of our favorites to find the perfect bohemian wedding dress for your big day!

Boho-Glam: Adara

The airy skirt of the Adara gown is as boho as they come, but the intricate floral details on the plunging neckline and open back create a more glam vibe that would be right at home in a more formal setting – think a perfectly appointed lawn surrounded by a colorful garden or a ballroom with high ceilings and lots of natural light. Dress it up even further with statement earrings, a bold lip, and spectacular wedding-day shoes.

Boho-Beachy: Maeve

Show off your tan in the statement open back of the Maeve gown. Swirling lace patterns will flaunt your curves, while the crochet-inspired trim keeps it feeling like a bohemian wedding dress. The sheer neckline is subtly sexy, while the stretch jersey fabric and lace train are perfect for a barefoot ceremony in the sand.

Boho-Modern: Adele

Modern brides will adore the linear lace pattern on the Adele gown, a sleek design with a high neck and a front slit that will make you look long and lean. The fringed tassel hanging in the open back is a bohemian touch that keeps this wedding dress feeling playful, even in the sleekest of settings. Sculptural earrings and a polished hairdo will make you the center of attention at your art gallery or loft reception.

Boho-Classic: Fern

Even the most traditional brides could use a bit of boho charm. The Fern gown has a totally classic silhouette that pairs cap sleeves and a crew neck with an easy modified A-line skirt. What sets it apart, though, is the scalloped lace pattern that covers the illusion back and feminine train – giving this timeless dress a touch of bohemian flair. 

Boho-Minimalist: Goldie

Many bohemian wedding dresses are all about the details, but not Goldie. The simple V-neck is topped with thin spaghetti straps that tie delicately at the back. Delicate floral lace paneling splits at the thigh to reveal insets of flowing chiffon, coming together in an easy and fuss-free wedding dress minimalist brides will love. This uncomplicated bohemian wedding dress is ready to be worn wherever you want to take it.

Boho-Rustic: Marigold

If you’re getting married in a field of wildflowers or at the top of a mountain, the Marigold gown is the bohemian wedding dress for you. Long lace sleeves cover a v-neck underlay, leading to a soft lace and chiffon skirt and an open back. Pair this dress with your favorite cowboy boots, top it with a denim jacket, and prepare for a rustic wedding dreams are made of.

Boho-Romantic: Willow

Delicate and feminine, the Willow gown pairs a sweetheart neckline with princess-style sleeves and cascading embroidered vines that will make a romantic bride swoon. The silhouette is straight out of a Jane Austen novel – that is, of course, if Elizabeth Bennet paired her wild streak with a bohemian sense of style.

Boho-Vintage: Marlowe

Has all of your wedding inspiration come from the Jazz Age? You’ll love the lace motifs cascading down the Marlowe gown. The lace pattern is reminiscent of peacock feathers and Art Deco architecture, while the high neck and belted open back are clean and crisp. In this wedding dress, you’ll be a boho bride for a new (or old?) era.

Boho-Artsy: Nora

Calling all artistic brides! If your to-do list is mostly DIY projects and you’re using your engagement as a chance to finally learn how to do calligraphy, the artsy and creative style of the Nora gown is for you. The simple silhouette is covered head-to-toe in shimmering embroidery, full of detail that will show off your creative side. Bonus points if you accessorize with layers of jewelry you’ve made yourself!


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