We are obsessed with carefree, romantic, boho wedding dresses here at hitched. Pair them with a flower crown and bare feet and your inner hippy will be dancing with joy.
We’ve rounded up our favourites to share with you – if you just can’t get enough, don’t miss our interview with Megan Ziems, the bohemian wedding dress guru behind Grace Loves Lace.
Iris - Elise Hameau
If you’re looking for the perfect long sleeved wedding dress, the Iris from Elise Hameau is so lovely. It looks simple on the first glance, but a closer look reveals lots of gorgeous details perfect for a boho bride. We love the floral detail around the hem, and the sheer back with floral embroidery is simply dreamy.
8547 – Alfred Angelo Modern Vintage
Alfred Angelo are known for their classic, fairytale designs but they do some amazing boho bridal gowns too. We love the 8547 from Alfred Angelo’s Modern Vintage collection. It has delicate shoulder straps and a beautiful scalloped hem made with eyelash lace.
Olvera – Claire Pettibone
Are you looking for an alternative wedding dress with a pop of colour? The lace, floral detail on the straps and gentle fishtail shape of the Olvera from Claire Pettibone is pretty traditional – until an explosion of colour at the base of the dress grabs your attention and doesn’t let go. We LOVE it.
2055 – Mikaella Bridal
This striking, off the shoulder wedding dress from Mikaella Bridal was made for boho brides. We adore the lace detailing and the Swarovski button back. As you can see from the model, it is begging to be worn with a flower crown.
Laurence – Daughters of Simone
Another gorgeous, off the shoulder gown – they really are the perfect choice for brides looking for a boho wedding dress. The lace train gives the Laurence gown from Daughters of Simone a traditional twist.
Josee – Grace Loves Lace
Brides searching for the perfect laidback wedding dress have to consider Grace Loves Lace. The Josee dress perfectly embodies the brand’s spirit and was picked out as a favourite by the founder of Grace Loves Lace, Megan Ziems – make sure you read our interview with her and get styling tips for bohemian wedding dresses.
19071 – Ellis Bridals
If you want a more traditional take on the boho trend, consider the 19071 from Ellis Bridals. It’s a timeless style with elegant floral detailing, an illusion back and soft fabric.
Coco – Anna Campbell
We can’t stop sighing over the beautiful Coco dress by Anna Campbell, which comes with a soft floaty skirt that is ideal for brides searching for a beach wedding dress, but is also available in a more structured, embellished fishtail shape. This is a great choice for boho brides who want to add a sophisticated twist without losing that whimsical feel.
Lila – Indie Bride
We love the long sleeves on this shorter wedding dress, the Lila from Indie Bride, especially how they balance out the cut-out lace detailing on the bodice. We are also lusting after the amazing floral lace veil it’s been styled with.
D1982 – Essense of Australia
The D1982 from Essense of Australia is a great option for glamorous brides who want to give their wedding day look a boho feel. The rich colour of the fabric and the sparkly belt take this dress from laidback to illustrious.
Marina – Minna
Lace wedding dresses have that dreamy, romantic feel which is essential when choosing a boho wedding dress. We can’t get enough of the vintage feel of the Marina gown from Minna.
Flore – Elise Hameau
The deep V-neckline of this two piece ensemble from Elise Hameau is not for the meek bride. We love the flowing skirt which balances out the skimpier top.
Indira – Francesca Miranda
If you’re looking for a daring wedding dress, consider the Indira from Francesca Miranda. It has an on trend, halterneck top which leads down to sleeves that form just above the elbow. It’s not for the light-hearted but if you want a fashion-forward gown, this could be the one.
Iver – Daughters of Simone
How dreamy is the Iver wedding dress from Daughters of Simone? We love the bandeau style neckline and the eyelash lace detailing on the hem – this loose-fitting gown is made for dancing the night away.
Aster – Belle & Bunty
The sheer sleeves on the Aster gown from Belle & Bunty add coverage but are lightweight enough that you won’t feel too covered up. We love the detailing on the cuffs and the silk sash that helps to define the waist.
Tate/Sadie – Martina Liana
This coordinating two piece from Martina Liana is ideal for brides looking for a wedding outfit with a youthful feel – the fun pattern and the hint of skin at the midriff keep it from being overly traditional.
Arabella – Damsel in a Dress
If you’ve been searching for a suitably boho wedding dress for under £500, consider the Arabella from Damsel in a Dress. The simple shape has echoes of a Grecian wedding dress, and will look amazing with gold accessories and beach wedding hair.
Coachella – Claire Pettibone
Boho babes will adore this lace wedding dress complete with tassel back detailing from Claire Pettibone. The Coachella wedding dress is an ideal choice for brides who want a festival style wedding. How amazing are the retro bell sleeves?
Magnolia/Jacinthe – Elise Hameau
We can’t get enough of the unusual, colourful embroidery on this bridal outfit from Elise Hameau. It has a matching A-line skirt adorned with the same floral detailing.
Ellery – Charlie Brear
If when you close your eyes and dream about your wedding, you see yourself skipping through a field in the sunshine with a sunflower bouquet in your arms, you need the loose-fitting, lightweight Ellery dress from Charlie Brear. It’s made for sunny days and laidback vibes.
Tyler/Sanja – Martina Liana
How stunning is this top and skirt combination from Martina Liana? The delicate top is an ideal choice for brides looking for a wedding outfit to flatter a small bust, and can even be worn again after the big day – we love the idea of pairing it with skinny jeans and towering heels.
Lilly – Anna Campbell
Lovers of lace wedding dresses will adore the Lilly from Anna Campbell. The detailing on the lace overlay has a really timeless, vintage feel, whilst the cap sleeves and more supportive bodice will mean that fuller-busted boho brides will feel comfortable in this gown.
Stevie – Belle & Bunty
Brides searching desperately for a 1920s style wedding dress that can channel their inner boho vibe effortlessly will adore the Stevie from Belle & Bunty, which has a retro style drop-waist and is made from fabulously slinky satin.
Minna – Minna
You have to really love a dress to name it after yourself and we can see why bridal designer Minna has done this with the self-titled Minna gown. It’s gorgeous and the crochet detailing on the sleeves and bodice just screams ‘boho’.
Flora – Indie Bride
This wrap front dress from Indie Bride is ideal for a bride with a fuller bust who is looking for a shorter wedding dress with a laidback, boho feel.
Mirabi – Francesca Miranda
We love the fun feel of the Mirabi from Francesca Miranda – the ruffled, high-low hem and oversized polka dots have a playful feel, whilst the flowing fit and empire line make it a great choice for a boho bride. The forgiving shape of this gown would also work well as a maternity wedding dress.
80002 – Kelsey Rose
Another fun, high-low hem! If you look closely at the detailing on this dress from Kelsey Rose you’ll see lots of tiny little polka dot detailing making it a more wearable alternative to the dress above, if you want a more traditional look.
Tilly – Minna
It’s definitely a boho thing to have an asymmetrical hem on your wedding dress. The Tilly from Minna is definitely party at the front, with a flash of leg, and business at the back with a traditional lace train. There’s nothing dated about this mullet.
Alannah – Indie Bride
Those that want a more subtle take on the high-low hem should consider the Alannah from Indie Bride. This lace patterned dress has a subtle lift at the front but nothing too over the top.
Payton Dress/Vernia Skirt – Charlie Brear
If you fancy trying your hand at the transformable wedding dress trend, this combo from Charlie Brear could be for you. It features the layered Vernia skirt over the simple and sleek Payton dress. If you love this look, don’t miss our edit of tiered wedding dresses.
Estelle – Minna
We are obsessed with the intricate and unusual detailing on the back of this beautiful bridal gown from Minna. It looks relatively simple from the front, but when you’re standing at the altar saying your vows or doing your first dance, everyone will be wowed by the back detail.
Denver – Daughters of Simone
Are you thinking about getting a wedding jumpsuit? We love this bridal playsuit from Daughters of Simone – it will look amazing with bare feet and a wedding hairstyle with flowers.
Silverlake – Claire Pettibone
If you’re looking for a bit more coverage, the Silverlake from Claire Pettibone could be perfect. The sheer fabric forms billowy sleeves – a great choice if you’re looking for a wedding dress that can cover your arms. We also love the back detail.
Shannon – Indie Bride
The unusual colour of the Shannon dress by Indie Bride makes it stand out. The ruched detailing around the middle helps to define the waist, and the similar detail at the neckline means it can be worn off the shoulder or as it is in the picture.
Scarlet – Anna Campbell
Add a contemporary twist to your boho wedding dress with the Scarlet from Anna Campbell. The loose, floating skirt gives the gown a minimalistic feel, whilst the lace applique on the bodice is edgy and different.
Valentina – Belle & Bunty
The long lace sleeves of the Valentina dress by Belle & Bunty give a light amount of coverage and also add interest to the simple design of the dress. The fact it is so unadorned means it’s perfect for accessories – we’re thinking lots of florals!
Vonnet – Charlie Brear
The Vonnet dress is super chic – it’s totally simple, except for a delicate lace overlay that covers your shoulders and the tops of your arms. It’s a solid choice if you’re looking for a gown that is a suitable church wedding dress too.
Laguna – Claire Pettibone
This Claire Pettibone wedding dress is ideal for brides looking for something a bit different – we love the crochet style fabric and the way your skin will be subtly revealed through the fabric.
Morrison – Daughters of Simone
This two piece wedding dress is ideal for brides looking for a more daring wedding dress – the lace up front plunges low on the top of the Morisson from Daughters of Simone and there is sheer crochet detailing on the skirt.
Alexa – Minna
The T-shirt neckline, drop waist and sheer detailing in the skirt make this Minna gown a dream come true for laidback brides searching for the perfect boho wedding dress with a casual feel.
Florence – Damsel in a Dress
We love the floral detailing on the fabric of the Florence dress from Damsel in a Dress – it’s a great choice for brides hunting for an affordable wedding dress under £500.
Pasadena – Claire Pettibone
Obsessed with lace wedding dresses? The Pasadena from Claire Pettibone could be a dream come true for you. The illusion detail on the bodice and back is really striking.
Fleetwood – Daughters of Simone
We are so obsessed with bridal separates and with ensembles like the Fleetwood from Daughters of Simone it’s easy to see why. The flared sleeves and on-trend lace up detailing make it the perfect choice for a fashion forward bride.
Blair/Shae – Martina Liana
You wouldn’t think it by looking, but this is actually a two piece bridal outfit from Martina Liana, consisting of the Blair body suit which has a romantic lace pattern, and the flowing Shae skirt with a racy side split.
Elizabeth – Minna
This wedding dress from Minna features an unusual triangle detailed hem, as well as a flattering V-shaped neckline and a split in the skirt that will make moving (and dancing!) smooth and simple.
Jenny – Indie Bride
The Jenny dress from Indie Bride has a dreamy 70s feel, intensified by the tassel detailing around the sleeves and hem. Channel your inner hippy with this short wedding dress.
Phiffer – Daughters of Simone
We love how the Phiffer gown has put a twist on tradition with bold detailing around the hem and at the edges of the off the shoulder sleeves – it’s a fun detail on an otherwise simple dress.
Don’t miss our round up of the best Grecian wedding dresses for more laidback, romantic inspiration.