Alyssa + Sebastian’s Orange Boho Wedding

Bride and orange bridesmaids; boho bouquets made of pampas grass, bleached bracken fern, bunny tails and orange flowers

Today I am so excited to share with you Alyssa + Sebastian’s Orange Boho Wedding! This gorgeous wedding featured a natural boho style with the most vibrant rusty orange tones. If you are planning a boho wedding and love rust tones, this ones for you! Check it out!

First, our beautiful bride Alyssa, carried the most stunning boho bridal bouquet. It was designed in an asymmetrical oblong style and had so much depth and texture! It featured cappuccino roses, peach ranunculus, locally grown orange dahlias, pampas grass, bleached bunny tail, bleached bracken fern, olive branches and cinerea eucalyptus. Seriously stunning. I love the dried and fresh combo!

Moreover, her lovely bridesmaids carried dried bouquets designed to perfectly compliment the bridal bouquet, while standing out against their rusty orange dresses. They were designed with bleached bracken fern and bunny tail layered on pampas grass. So boho! And I love that they are carried in the crook of the arm.

Furthermore, the handsome groom and his groomsmen wore mini-bouquet styled boutonnieres designed with flowers and greenery to match the bouquets. A boho touch on a classic accessory.

In addition, the cutest flower girls wore delicate floral crowns. They were designed in a tie-back style with a mixture of greenery and dried elements such as bleached bracken fern, bunny tail, gunni eucalyptus and pampas grass with an ivory silk trailing ribbon. So adorable!

In conclusion, I hope you enjoy checking out Alyssa + Sebastian’s Orange Boho Wedding! A huge thank you to Kaihla Tonai for the gorgeous photos! For a full list of vendors, please see below. Finally, I hope you are able to find some inspiration for your own wedding or event!

Alyssa + Sebastian’s Orange Boho Wedding Vendors:
Photography – Kaihla Tonai
Florist – Calyx Floral Design

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