In wedding trends today, we see a lot of bohemian weddings, in fields and in meadows with couples surrounded by wildflowers and rustic details. But bohemian brides don’t always belong in a meadow, sometimes they belong in a city, besides murals. Bohemian vibes are a way of life, not a location. To be bohemian is to be eclectic, to be free-spirited and enchanting. Your vibe does not have to be determined by your environment, but rather how you interpret your environment.
This shoot is a love letter to the moody and folksy babe who wants to belong in a city among art and culture; it is eclectic and edgy, yet soft and feminine — it is the new bohemian. This wedding shoot took place in downtown York, Pennsylvania is a warehouse venue called The Bond; nestled between large wall murals and a community art garden, it’s the perfect urban oasis.
With handmade details and organic, rich hues, the palette was mauve, terracotta, chartreuse, rust and green. The stylists wanted to elevate the bohemian vibe to reflect the modern bride of 2019. The Bond is a converted warehouse space in downtown York, Pennsylvania. It is in the Art’s District and is adorned with a large-scale mural in the entrance of the space. In addition to the mural, large windows, a chandelier lined aisle, and exposed brick provide such a unique backdrop for weddings of all styles.
The bride was wearing a lace A-line wedding dress with a halter neckline and a half updo. She was rocking a gorgeous moody wedding bouquet in rust, orange and neutrals.