Hitched.co.uk’s Favourite Boho Wedding Dresses for 2016!

Today I’m really excited to have hitched.co.uk on the blog, who are talking about their favourite bohemian wedding dresses for 2016! hitched.co.uk is one of the best places to get inspiration and tips for your wedding planning journey – from colour and styling inspo, venue ideas and supplier recommendations to budget planning guides and to do lists, hitched.co.uk has all the tools you need to get started. They also have a fantastic wedding forum, which lots of brides use to ask burning questions and get planning advice.

Most of you who know me or read my blog will know that I specialise in weddings with a little alternative or boho edge – the weddings I plan tend to be non-traditional, even a little quirky in their style. There are so many sources of wedding inspiration out there now that sometimes it can become a little overwhelming (Pinterest anyone?! – it’s great, don’t get me wrong, but perhaps you feel like there are too many ideas for your wedding?) It’s the same when it comes to wedding dresses, which is why I’m excited for you to take a look at a selection of hitched.co.uk favourite boho wedding gowns for 2016, all from different designers. Enjoy!

Over to them…

Whether you are planning a relaxed wedding on the beach or something dreamy and romantic in an enchanted forest, wedding planning website hitched.co.uk take a look at their pick of the most stunning bohemian wedding dresses for 2016 that will suit your wedding style perfectly.

When it comes to bohemian bridal gowns, it’s not all flowing fabrics and empire lines, 2016 and 2017 brides are spoiled for choice when it comes to wedding dresses with a boho edge. From carefree high-low dresses, through to beautiful embellishments, take a look at some of the key bohemian wedding dress trends right here.

Trend #1 – High-Low Dresses

If you love the idea of being a barefoot bride with flowers in your hair then a high-low dress would be perfect for you. You get the relaxed feel of a shorter style without losing that fabulous train. The Tilly dress from Minna with its scalloped lace edging is perfect for summer brides and shows off the high-low trend perfectly.

Minna - Tilly Dress

For something that still feels more traditionally bridal – style 80002 from Kelsey Rose has the structured bodice you would get from a more traditional gown but teamed with a fun and more carefree style of skirt.

Kelsey Rose - 80002

Trend #2 – Stylish Bridal Separates

Brides looking for something a little more edgy and fun might want to consider a two-piece wedding dress. Bridal separates can be a perfect way to mix and match your look, you could even have a more elaborate skirt for the day and then slip into something shorter or lighter for the evening.

Belle & Bunty have a range of bridal separates that are vintage-inspired and made from soft silks and delicate lace – we love the Belle skirt teamed with the Daisy top for an ultra-glam boho look.

Belle and Bunty Two Piece

Trend #3 – Added Sparkle

Just because you are having a relaxed bohemian style of dress doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice on sparkle. The latest Anna Campbell collection features some gorgeous designs with pretty cap sleeves and lots of beautiful embellishment, the Coco dress (pictured below) is one of our absolute favourites.

Anna Campbell - Coco

Trend #4 – The Cold Shoulder

Cold shoulder tops have been hitting the catwalks for months so it’s no surprise that this trend has hit the bridal market with a bang. The Josee dress from Grace Loves Lace shows off this key wedding trend perfectly and the pretty and intricate lace means you need minimal accessories to complete your look.

Grace Loves Lace - Josee

Trend #5 – Tiers

Tiered wedding dresses can be really figure flattering and create a stylish silhouette that will look great in your wedding photos. We love the Payton dress by Charlie Brear that is shown here with the Verinia Skirt layered over the top – not only giving you gorgeous tiered detail, it also means your dress can be transformable. You can take the skirt off later in the evening to reveal a simple and slinky style.

Charlie Brear dress

Thank you so much hitched.co.uk – what an amazing selection of dresses! Brides, which dress is your favourite? I’d love to know your thoughts!

For more wedding planning advice and inspiration, head over to http://www.hitched.co.uk to start your wedding planning journey!

Have a great Monday, guys.

Ela ❀

 

 

 

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