Is your style totally laid back and casual? Do you consider yourself boho-chic? Nomadic, free-spirited and non-conformist – hippie meets gypsy? You can use music festival trends as wedding inspiration! Imagine whimsical details, flowing dresses, and wild flowers.
We love open fields, large estates, or even the beach. Think open air and plenty of space for this non-traditional ceremony and wedding style. Nature is an important part of your music festival inspired celebration. Your venue should help your guests feel as relaxed and laid back as you are!
This is where vintage meets rustic. Your colors should be earthy to complement your venue, but at the same time bright and festive to evoke a Woodstock vibe. Wheat. Gold and jewel-toned lanterns. Dream catchers. Neutral lace. Remember that being boho is all about being relaxed and not putting too much effort into the details. Don’t doubt what you like and what you feel matches your style. Check out thrift and antique stores for vintage pieces.
Floral design, like the rest of your décor will be effortless. Try mixing vibrant colors with rich tones. Sunflowers with black magic roses. Throw in some feather into the centerpieces and the bouquet to change up the texture. Also mix and match flowers and centerpieces to fuel your non-conformity.
The reception style, like your décor should harmonize with your venue. If you have a backyard setting, go for a picnic-style dinner. In an open field, try teepees as cocktail hour lounge areas. At a large state, have long community tables without seat assignments. And don’t forget about the music (I mean how could you? Your inspiration is a music festival)! Find someone to play acoustic guitar, hire a life bluegrass band, or have a bunch of your friends bring their instruments and play around a fire pit.
The headlining act: the Bride and Groom’s looks will be relaxed and effortless. Lace dresses. Chunky jewelry. Top hats. Feathers. The boho-chic Bride’s dress will be stunning regardless of what the dress style -- off the shoulder, bell sleeve, layers on the bottom. Think Stevie Nicks meets Lana Del Rey. Don’t be afraid to put some flowers in your hair! The Groom will find inspiration from Johnny Depp, Jimi Hendrix, or Tom Petty. We think music festival groom is rock n’ roll meets bohemian.