Carsen and Stephan fell in love with Punto de Vista when they saw this unique venue. They wanted their wedding ceremony and reception to feel romantic and relaxed. Candlelight, string lights, boho chandeliers and big rugs decorated the rooftop for the ceremony, and the sky did its showing off at sunset. I’m sure you will agree.
Set the Tone and Theme: Define the specific boho style you want: There are various interpretations of boho, ranging from rustic and earthy to vintage and whimsical. Decide on the vibe you’re aiming for.
Choose the Venue: Opt for an outdoor location: Gardens, beaches, forests, and barns are great choices that align with the boho aesthetic. If indoors, look for venues with a natural, rustic charm. Embrace the surroundings: Let the location’s natural beauty shine through in your decorations and overall design.
Color Palette: Boho color palettes are often inspired by nature and earthy tones. Consider shades of muted pastels, warm earth tones, and pops of vibrant colors.
Decor and Styling: Incorporate macramé hangings as backdrops or table runners. Use sheer fabrics, tapestries, or lace to create a dreamy atmosphere. Incorporate elements that reflect your personalities and journey as a couple, like photos, handwritten notes, or unique rituals.
Remember, the key to a successful boho wedding is embracing a relaxed and individualistic spirit. Let your creativity flow, and don’t be afraid to infuse your own personality into every aspect of the celebration.