The boho bridal style has taken the industry by storm the last few seasons and shows no signs of slowing down! This easy and effortless bridal style creates such a lovely bridal look! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did and keep those spring vibes coming!
From Arielei Kinzer Photography, For this shoot, several local vendors came together to offer a little bridal styling inspiration that is off-beat and inspired by Valentines Day. We wanted to help brides think outside the box of what is traditionally considered “bridal”, so we styled this look around a Free People dress which to us is the epitome of out-of-the-box modern bridal. It’s a tea colored gown with white lace details. It’s all things modern, without sacrificing the flowy and the feminine.
Bridal gowns are everywhere, if you know what you like and where to look! The jewelry featured in this shoot is all handmade locally, and was styled on site for the shoot. Genuine and Ginger shares a few thoughts of bridal jewelry styling: The most important thing when selecting wedding jewelry, is to pick something that expresses your personal style & something you’d wear on a regular basis. So often people select ” bridal jewelry” that doesn’t represent their personal taste and it ends up in a drawer never to be worn again. We like the idea of being able to take the jewelry worn on your wedding day and being able to infuse that into your everyday wear as a sweet reminder of such a special day.
The best wedding accessories are usually not considered “bridal.” There are so many talented non-traditional jewelry designers out there and you have such a huge opportunity to make a statement with the unique and interesting accessories you select. Talk to a designer before buying anything, many of them love creating custom, one-of-a-kind pieces to complement you perfectly. Same goes for the groom when selecting tie clips, cuff links, or lapel pins. Ultimately, we think bridal styling should be based on the bride and her individuality. What makes something “bridal” or not bridal is all a myth, so we want to encourage brides to rock whatever it is they love on their wedding day.