As you may have noticed, I’m a big fan of the boho trend. It’s been around for a while now and I don’t see its popularity waning anytime soon. That’s fine by me – I love finding new ways to interpret this trend.

In general, boho is a look that tends to be associated with summer. While it’s perfect for laidback outdoor celebrations in the sun, boho can be cosy too. Given the year-round availability of dried flowers and pampas grass, it’s a wonder we don’t see more boho winter weddings! Here’s how to style yours…

bride with red hair in burgandy hat holding bouquet boho winter wedding

1. Pick the Right Palette

The various shades of ochre, terracotta and pink synonymous with the boho look work amazingly well with winter-appropriate colours such as crimson, burgundy and brown. If colour frightens you, make sure you read How to Plan a Colourful Wedding.

boho winter wedding table styling inside yurt
wedding table setting wooden chargers terracotta linen

2. Layer Textures and Fabrics  

Layering is key if you want to create a warm winter boho look. Try combining sheepskins, wool throws and lots of cushions to make any seating as cosy and inviting as possible. Fabrics like tweed and linen are perfect for adding texture and warmth. I use the same principle when I’m styling tables. Think warm wood tones paired with textured fabrics and dried flowers.    

wedding table styling with dried flowers and candles

3. Add Candlelight

Candlelight is essential for a warm winter glow. Whether you opt for candelabras, hanging votives, pillar candles, lanterns or simple tapers, it takes more candles than you think to really make an impact. The good news is soft flickering light is universally flattering and incredibly atmospheric.    

close-up portrait of bride with red hair

Dreaming of a Boho Winter Wedding?

So, there you have it! Three quick tips to help you style a boho winter wedding. And remember, if you love this look, don’t be put off by the fact it’s popular. As I’ve said before, trends don’t matter, it’s what you do with them that counts! One of my biggest passions is helping couples put their own spin on a popular look. When you incorporate details or design elements that reflect your personality, when your wedding tells a story through its styling or overall look, the fact it’s trendy becomes irrelevant.

If you’d like to chat about my services or discuss your boho winter wedding, please get in touch.  

Photo Credits:

Photographer // Clare Kinchin Photography, Yurt and Furnishings // Hooes Yurts, Styling & Stationery // Knots & Kisses, Florist // Thorn Flowers, Food // Coombeshead Farm, Drinks // Porthilly Distillery and Jaded Palate Wines, Dresses // Dandelions & Pearls, Hair Stylist // The Updo Girl, Makeup // Laura J Paige, Model // Here At The Cottage

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