Posts tagged Bohemian Wedding Dress
Bohemian Wedding Dresses from Kite and Butterfly

The raw industrial look along with a soft, moody bohemian are two concepts that may not go together just like that. But set the task of getting them together in the hands of some really good creators, and a sure “no” will be slow but surely a clear “yes”! Photographer Cornelia Lietz is behind the camera for these photos and through her eyes we get to experience true magic and wedding dresse inspiration from the bridal brand Kite and Butterfly.

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Bohemian Fall Elopement in the Mountains

The fall is an amazing season to get married outdoors. Summer is of course the most convenient option, but that should not be the only choice. Fall is a truly golden opportunity as well, because the sun can still warm enough, and the colors are strong and bright. In this styled shoot, by photographer Nikk Nguyen Photo and wedding coordinator The Ivory Swan, typical fall colors are mixed with shades that remind us of summer.

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Bohemian Elopement in a Rusty Earth Color Palette

Today’s inspiration is for all the boho lovers out there, who consider eloping. Photographer Nikk Nguyen Photo teamed up with wedding coordinator The Ivory Swan and put together this styled shoot in the amazing setting surrounding the amphitheatre Red Rocks, Colorado. This site is rather popular for elopements, probably because of the amazing nature.

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Styled Fall Inspiration with a Bohemian Wedding Dress

Oh how we love styled shoots, and we love them a little bit extra when creative masterminds from our home area in the north of Sweden are merging together to create magic! Today we get to enjoy a wonderful styled shoot by Amanda Freskgård, which together with talented creators from Östersund have created lovely wedding inspiring together.

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Bohemian Wedding Inspiration With A Giant Bridal Bouquet

Today we will take part of a bohemian styled wedding shoot by photographer Nikk Nguyen. The bride was pregnant with the couple's second child while photographing, and although the stomach had not yet revealed this, the creators wanted to lift it more than is traditionally done, by marking with hands the fact that another life lives inside her.

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