Laure de Sagazan
This talented Parisian designer brings a breath of fresh air to the wedding industry with an effortless bohemian style.
Photos by: http://www.laurentnivalle.fr/
Grace Loves Lace
Australian Designer Megan Zeims has created a gorgeous new collection, as an answer to the struggle she experienced to find a beautiful gown that perfectly suited her own ethereal, feminine style… and most importanly wasn’t over-priced.
“At Grace we personally create stunning ready-to-wear wedding dresses from the finest French laces and silks together with handmade accessories and lingerie. The collection takes inspiration from the ‘free-spirit’ of the Bohemian era and combines it with the charm and authenticity that exists only in the most beautiful vintage & antique heirloom pieces of yesteryear.The designs are not only gorgeous and unique but without the excessive price tag.”
Collette Dress $1200
Catherine brings an inspired talent to the world of fashion. Elements of her past and present are brought together in beautiful collections – pieces that bring a sense of femininity and uniqueness to the women who find them.Catherine Deane Website – Twitter
French designer Delphine Manivet is causing quite a stir with today’s young fashion conscious brides to-be. She studied fashion design in Paris and worked for Rochas but very quickly realized that she wanted to open her own fashion house which she did in 2004. Since then Delphine Manivet has become an international name and brides around the world are able to enjoy wearing her whimsical and romantic ‘boho’ style that is her signature.Website – Facebook
Gwendolynne Burkin is a rising star of Australian fashion. She launched her own signature label Gwendolynne in 1997 and has established a reputation for beautifully executed clothing with a strong European flavour. Gwendolynne’s designs: have won Fashions on the Field at the Dubai World Cup; were exhibited at the Powerhouse Museum Sydney; appeared in Mercedes advertising campaigns; featured in international Nokia and Sony advertising campaigns; have been commissioned for the Australian Ballet; are showcased at The Salvador Dali ongoing collection in Milan and have been seen on countless celebrities at red carpet events.
Claire Pettibone says about her work, “When I design a collection I strive to make a woman feel as special as the delicate creation she is wearing; take her to a enchanted time and place where women are princesses and magnificent goddesses. In today’s modern world we need to pause and indulge in beauty.”
Ralph Lauren Collection
Ralph Lauren Collection gown, $2,498 at Ralph Lauren, 888 Madison AvePhoto via NY Post
Buy it from Etsy $300
Photos and Dress handmade by Brumley & Wells
1800s Wedding Gown Brought back to Life via Wedding Chicks, Photo by Mango Studios
Hair Accessories to Complement the Bohemian Look:
via Ruffled | Photo by Paper Antler
Twigs & Honey
Hairstyles for the Bohemian Bride:
via Vs. Magazine, Photo by Daniel Gurton
While browsing online, I was happy to find this beautiful photo gallery of wedding hairstyle trends for Bohemian brides from The Lane. (http://thelane.com)Inspired by high end shopping streets around the world, The LANE is the wedding industry’s definitive online fashion directory, connectingstylish brides with a carefully chosen selection of the most sought after designer brands in the industry.
Hairstyle by Hair and Makeup by Steph, Photo by Lindsey Shaun
Bohemian Flowers Look:
via Style Me Pretty, Photo by KT Merry
via Ruffled Blog, Photo by ‘She Wanders’, Flowers by Katherine Farley
Kate Moss’ Bohemian Wedding Look:
Photo via Green Wedding Shoes
For More Bohemian Bride Dresses visit Inside Brides