With a collection that embodies vintage romance, Claire Pettibone has brought us couture wedding dresses since 2005. Her designs are perfect for brides who love traditional and garden-inspired styles alike.
A bridal branch off of Anthropologie, BHLDN is known for its innovative, feminine style. If you want to personalize your wedding day look even more, you can build your own boho inspired look with their bridal separates (shown here).
Rue de Seine
This Auckland-based brand is made for the free spirited bride. Intricate patterns and delicate, flowy overlays are common motifs throughout their collections. For the complete look, their accessories line showcases their lace trimmed veils with floral crowns.
For the beach bride, this Greek designer's gowns provide elegance with a hint of boho. If you prefer minimal accessories, you're in the clear - his dresses really speak for themselves.
Couture and country, Jenny Packham's wedding dresses bring a sense of glamour to any rustic celebration. You may even recognize the names of pieces like this one from her Fall 2017 bridal collection. From Faith to Dolly, they honor popular country musicians, locations and themes.
For the couture flower children, Elizabeth Fillmore adds a whole new level of drama to boho. And let's not forget the accessories - this birdcage veil is the ultimate complement to a botanical gown.
Ivy & Aster
Inspired by happiness, laughter and love, Ivy & Aster creates wedding dresses that are simple and slightly whimsical. After making their debut in 2010, they bring a more fresh approach to vintage and boho styles.
Laure de Sagazan
Another newer name in the bridal industry, Laure takes old fashioned standards and translates them into modern style. Her designs emphasize subtle elegance through finite details, just like this dotted dress.
Playing with draped fabrics and various silhouettes, Samuelle's loosely layered designs are dreamy. The Althea dress from the Tatiana line (shown here) is fit for a boho goddess.
With two collections fit for two types of boho loving brides, Sarah Seven brings all kinds of variety. One collection is more refined, features modern dresses with a California cool vibe. The other is for the true romantics, full of delicate details and soft pastels.
Born and raised in Mumbai into a family with an eye for design, Khan moved to the United States as a teenager to start his own career. After working as an apprentice for the designer, Halston, he merged elegant design philosophies with knowledge learned from his family's business to create his own glamorous styles like this botanical beauty.
Based out of Greece, Victoria KyriaKides is a European and American favorite designer. Her dresses are luxe, timeless and reflect her "sur mesure" authentic French style through feminine cuts and a hint of minimalism.
Odylyne the Ceremony
With an approach self-described as "ethereal and free-spirited," Odylne channels deep romance through bold, boho wedding dresses. While some designs are fairly minimalistic, others channel full sleeves, flowy skirts and unique details that are incredibly hippie chic.
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