Wedding inspiration: hairstyle ideas for a boho wedding
Are you planning a spring wedding, a summer wedding, a fall wedding, or a winter wedding? No matter the season, a boho wedding is always a great idea. Boho wedding flowers are a staple element of any bohemian-themed wedding. Flowery centerpieces, a flowery bridal bouquet, petals down the aisle and even flowery boutonnieres for the groom and his best men: anything with beautiful fresh flowers screams bohemian. If you are struggling to find a bohemian hairstyle that will assure you to have the best wedding, here are a few hair ideas for your wedding. Adorned with delicate flowery accessories such as our flower crowns or combs, these wedding hairstyles will give you the boho fairy vibe you’re looking for to embellish your beautiful wedding!
A simple braided hairstyle
Although we tend to choose sophisticated hairstyles for weddings, simplicity is key for a boho wedding style. Opt for a unique but simple braided hairstyle to give off that fairy-from-the-forest vibe. Half up half down braided hairstyles will bring delicacy and grace to your wedding attire.
In the picture below, our model is wearing a part of her hair braided at the back in a simple French braid with a lock of hair wrapped around the hair tie to hide it. Her beautiful hair is embellished with our Roselia Double Comb composed of preserved roses, hydrangeas, baby breath, eucalyptus, fern, and ivy and mounted on a gold-plated structure. The subtle pale tones of its beautiful flowers as well as the soft green of its foliage enhance the delicacy of this hairstyle. Depending on your color-scheme, you could pick a similar accessory with different types of flowers to match your wedding colors. But if you have a doubt, pale-pink shades such as pink roses are always a great choice for a boho look.
Here is another boho wedding hairstyle idea: simply take a strand of hair on each side of your face, separate each strand into two and braid them towards the back of your head until you can cross both braids to form the shape of a crown fixing them with bobby-pins. Let the rest of your bridal hair cascading down your back in loose curls. This hairstyle is gorgeous with a backless wedding dress.
Here, it has been embellished with a set of hairpins which adds a real touch of greenery as well as different textures to this simple hairstyle. This color palette is perfect for a green wedding, a floral wedding, or a romantic wedding as it combines the classic white color of weddings with green tones therefore creating a look that has both a vintage vibe and a bohemian vibe. If you’ve always pictured your dream wedding with assorted flowers everywhere, ask your local florist for blooming white flowers (peonies, garden roses, tulips, etc.) and foliage to compose your bridal bouquet, your flower arrangements and even the groom’s boutonniere.
Loose hair for a flawless look
As we said before, when it comes to choosing your boho wedding hairstyle: the simpler the better. Create a flawless bohemian look simply by letting your hair loose and adorning them with a beautiful flowery wreath for the big day. If you have straight hair and would like some volume and definition, simply style your hair in loose curls, or create a wavy hairstyle that’s perfect for a beach wedding.
Made with ruscus, pink gypsophila, powder pink hydrangea, Phalaris, nigella, wild peach roses, lagurus and bougainvillea, our Amaya flower crown epitomizes the bohemian style. With its pastel shades of peach, coral, and pinks, this floral adornment will add a blush of color to your hairstyle. Its wildflowers will highlight the bohemian effect of your hair. Perfect for a modern wedding with a boho vibe, create your bridesmaids’ wedding bouquets, wreaths and floral arrangements of light pink and peach dried flowers to decorate your wedding venue and to complete your boho theme.
A delicate messy bun
Buns tend to be labelled as vintage wedding hairstyles only but if you don’t go all out with a cascading bouquet, a never-ending ivory satin gown and a wrist corsage, a wedding bun can suit any theme and even a boho-themed wedding. For a flawless, bohemian vibe, arrange your hair in a loose messy bun and adorn it with delicate and subtle hair accessories such as our set of Blanca hairpins. Embellished with baby’s breath, glixia and hydrangea, these hair pins are perfect for a white wedding but not only. If you want to avoid the all white wedding, you can still use white flowers for your hair and add a touch of color to your bridal bouquet or your centerpiece with pastel tone flowers. Vases are also a great way to add a twist to a vintage white wedding: a terra cotta vase will bring warmth to your wedding decorations and will enhance the boho vibe of your perfect wedding.
A unique ponytail hairstyle
If boho wedding flowers do not suit your wedding style, you can still create a boho wedding hairstyle by arranging your hair in a unique hairstyle and adorning them with hair accessories that will bring originality to your hairstyle. Here, our model is wearing her hair in a half braid half ponytail hairstyle which is perfect for an elegant wedding with a bohemian vibe. Add beautiful gold-plated moon, sun and star hair clips and you will be the prettiest to walk down the aisle on your wedding-day. Placed randomly in your hair, these hair clips will make you look divine and will make you shine bright on your wedding photos.
At Les Couronnes de Victoire, we are specialized in naturally preserved flowers that will keep their fresh flower aspect eternally. The only aim of our handmade hair accessories is to enhance the bride’s natural beauty whilst adapting to her wedding theme whether it is a bohemian wedding, a rustic wedding, or a vintage wedding. If you want to find out more about our delicate accessories, browse through our website or come and meet us at our flagship store in Paris to try them on and get advice from our wonderful little fairies. If you love a diy wedding, book a workshop to create flower wreaths and drink champagne with your bridesmaids. What better way to spend your bridal party?