A bohemian wedding is natural, relaxed and free-spirited. Think festival vibe with fields, woodlands and starry nights.
The essence of the bohemian look is fresh faced with subtle, barely there make-up.
Base: For the perfect base, you will need a radiant glow (try Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation, £31.50). Add some pink blush like Illamasqua Cream Blush (Promise, £22) to give a natural glow to the cheeks for the relaxed bohemian bridal look.
Eyes: Shimmering, neutral eyeshadow will subtly enhance glowing skin. Champagne eye shadow is perfect for this look: it's classic, flattering, and goes with everything. Sweep it all over your lids and along the inner corner of your eyes for a wide-eyed look that will sparkle when the light hits your face. Stila's Eye Shadow (Kitten, £13), has a touch of pink that looks gorgeous on all skin tones. To finish the look why not try a subtle flick of liner at the outer corner of your eyes for an understated cat eye that looks clean and fresh.
Lips: Why not try a wine stained look for the ultimate in understated glamour (Bobbi Brown's Autumn Red Shade is perfect for this look, £19.50). If you want more of a natural look why not try a Coral Pink shade instead.
Complete the festival look with loose curls and flowers or a headband in your hair to top off the natural look. Team this with a bouquet of natural flowers that are fresh or dried. Just think hippie, indie chic with loose waves, a headband to wear across your forehead, and a few feathers or wildflowers to make your hairstyle bohemian chic wedding ready.
A bohemian wedding dress is relaxed and romantic. Think effortless, flowing lace gowns, with an edge.
The key to a bohemian look is light and neutral colours to match the natural, airy feel. Pastel colours such as light pinks, yellows, greens and blues will be a wonderful wedding theme that your bridesmaids will look beautiful in.
Why not hire out a tipi to celebrate your big day in an alternative outdoor space. To give your wedding that rustic feel think moroccan-style, log burners, wooden tables and accoustic guitars. You could add lanterns and wild flowers to your tables to give that boho chic look.
Wild flowers that are multi-coloured and placed in jars look simply stunning and will work beautiful in open settings and tipis. Dried flowers can add that certain something to your look.