Priscilla and Ash’s Rustic Boho Chic Wedding

Rustic Boho Chic Wedding - bridal bouquet made of king protea, red peonies, pink roses, plum scabiosa, panda anenome, and eucalyptus greenery. Bridesmaid bouquet made of red peony, blush and pink roses, and eucalyptus greenery. Flower girl bouquet made of single king protea and eucalyptus greenery. The bride, bridesmaid and flower girl are all wearing jean jackets.

Today I am excited to share with you Priscilla and Ash’s Rustic Boho Chic Wedding. If you love colourful blooms and have a thing for boho weddings with a hint of rustic flair, you are not going to want to miss this! Check it out!

First, our beautiful bride, Priscilla, carried a stunning hand-tied bouquet made with a variety of flowers in deep rich tones with lots of depth and texture. This colourful bridal bouquet was designed with red charm peonies, black pearl lisianthus, King protea, purple ranunculus, amnesia roses, plum scabiosa and black panda anenome with a full base of grey-toned eucalyptus greenery. What an incredible bouquet! It stood out perfectly against her lovely Grace Loves Lace boho bridal gown!

Furthermore, her chic bridesmaid carried a smaller hand-tied bouquet designed to perfectly match the bridal bouquet. Moreover, the lovely flower girl carried a simple bouquet designed with a king protea surrounded by fresh eucalyptus. I love that each of the bouquets are a little bit different but perfectly compliment the bride’s bouquet ensuring that hers is the star of the show.

Finally, the floral decor. The ceremony and reception venues boasted numerous colourful boho chic arrangements including garlands, centrepieces and various other arrangements. Nothing says boho chic quite like lush greenery and whimsical florals!

In conclusion, please enjoy these photos of Priscilla and Ash’s Rustic Boho Chic Wedding from Candy Koated Design Studio. I hope you are able to find inspiration for your own wedding or event!

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