Boho chic wedding style is perhaps the most popular one now, couples choose it for outdoor and even urban settings. We’ve already discussed how to dress up a boho bride, a boho groom, and now it’s time to dress up the bridal party. There are different trends you can rock for yoru gals: off the shoulder, boho lace, mix and match gowns and of course separates, which is perhaps the most boho chic trend ever. Don’t forget that accessories often make up the boho look, so floral crowns and proper shoes or boots are a must. Let’s see the hottest ideas for the bridesmaids to rock!
Separates are extremely popular for brides, especially boho ones, and of course they are super trendy for bridesmaids, too. These can be separates in the same shade like white, blush, mint, burgundy, or of different shades like mint+white, blush+white, white+navy and so on. Floral separates are also welcome, especially for summer weddings. The tops can be crop ones or usual tuck into skirts – you need to create an effortlessly chic impression. To create even more contrast, you can try crochet lace off the shoulder tops and plain maxi skirts, looks so boho-inspired!
Whites And Off-Whites
I decided to state this group separately because white and off-white bridal parties are a huge trend, especially for boho weddings. Girls can wear boho lace gowns of different length, with different design but in the same style and color. These can be also same white dresses, which are often with crochet lace. If you want to blend more trends, opt for off the shoulder bridesmaids’ dresses, they are really sexy! Another chic idea is white and off-white bridesmaids’ separates, which just scream summer boho weddings. All-white bridesmaids and the bride in white look so awesome in bold summer sceneries! Off-white gowns will help to highlight the bridal look, it’s also a great idea.
Mismatched dresses are awesome for any boho wedding, this is a gorgeous idea that allows to show off the personality and style of every bridesmaid at her best – she can choose any dress that suits her. They can be patterned and not patterned, or of the same fabric or print but with different designs. Don’t be afraid to mix and match different gowns, just keep them either in the same color scheme, or with one type of patterns – floral, geometric and so on, some dresses may be printed and some plain. If it’s a fall wedding, try mismatching boho lace dresses in jewel tones, if it’s a summer ceremony, choose mix and match floral ones – this is a great trend!