Have you got a penchant for all things bohemian and modern? Sometimes less truly is more; today’s editorial channels those minimalism vibes while combining organic and natural designs for something truly unique. Oh, and we’ve definitely been crushing on dried florals and foliage lately (hello favorite trend of 2019!), so we have a feeling you might just love this as much as us!
Since the bride wore all-white, we dig how they styled the groom in neutral, yet slightly darker hues (H&M for the win!)
Simple + sweet: a patterned rug and dried palm leaves. Doesn’t this whole vignette have a high impact with the minimal styling? We’re BIG fans!
The Modern Boho Lounge
This lounge could definitely have a space in our home…from those poufs to the cozy chair and all those woven baskets!
We’re eyeing that hairpiece from Luna Bea. See more on GWS from this: Top it Off! The Bridal Headpiece Trends We’re Loving and How to Wear Them.
Again, LOOOOVING this combination of all the creamy whites!
Continuing with the idea of less is more, the tablescape was simple, yet styled. Dried florals across the center for a pop of texture with creamy white ceramic plates from Farm Haus + Co.
There’s something so calm and clean about this monochrome look, isn’t there?
All about the texture: the wall, the rug, the tablescape, the florals. That’s the key with these minimal looks: amp up the texture and you’ll get something with tons of dimension.
To top it off: a simple cake with tons of dried white florals + leaves via Flour Press.
So, who else is a fan of this minimal meets bohemian look? We certainly are! Let us know how you’d style certain elements to achieve a similar look in the comments below. :)
photography: Stefanie Keeler Photography // venue name: Delo Studios, Jacksonville, Florida, USA // florals: The Wilding Collective // wedding dress: Dreamers and Lovers 'Celine' // hairpiece: Luna Bea // hair stylist: Blush and Mane // makeup artist: Lia Croke // groom attire: H&M // cake: Flour Press // furniture rentals: Farm Haus + Co