Bohemian bridal fashion isn't something new, but it's constantly being updated. Whether you like dresses with long, flowing sleeves, lace for days or even the inclusion of a feather or two, we've got you covered.
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The detail on this Elaine Marie Bridal gown is insane - just look at the scalloped back! The addition of sheer sleeves is perfect for anyone who wants to show just enough skin.
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We're obsessed with this fab Leanne Marshall gown! The full, flowing skirt and sheer lace are ideal for anyone looking for a bohemian bridal vibe.
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The Bardot, off-the-shoulder look has been everywhere recently, even the wedding world. This Grace Loves Lace gown has adopted the latest trend for their Josee gown. With a full gypsy-like skirt handmade with panels of French lace - perfect for twirling around a dance floor!
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The Hendrix gown by Kiwi designers, Rue de Seine completely screams bohemian bridal fashion! We reckon this one would go down a storm for a beach or destination wedding, with the addition of the puka shells.
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The Glenda gown oozes romance with the deep v neckline, lace insert bell-sleeves, and lace asymmetric trim. It's definitely a show-stopper and paired with a flower crown, you'll be ever the bohemian bride.
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The capped sleeves on this gown are very sweet, pair this with the blush lace and you have the most romantic gown, ever!
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The Verdelle 2.0 gown is giving us all of the gypsy bride feels, right now. Those batwing sleeves are to die for and add the perfect amount of drama to this stunning gown.
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This midi-length Yolan Cris gown is ideal for a summer celebration or destination wedding. Very easy, breezy bride!
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We're big fans of the more non-traditional two-piece wedding outfits and love the lace top paired with flowy skirt. P.s. How dreamy is this setting in Joshua Tree, California? Can we go there, now?!