Top Flowers for a Boho Chic Wedding
It seems like one of the popular wedding and décor trends for 2021 and 2022 is boho chic. Typically, boho chic describes an earthy, ethereal, effortless vibe that incorporates dried flowers. It often involves a neutral color palette with accents of terracotta, burnt orange, blush, peach, or darker tones.
While this is becoming super popular, it is also pricy because dried flowers typically cost more than fresh flowers.
How do you create a boho chic look without breaking the bank?
The key to a budget-friendly, boho chic look, is curating the perfect balance of dried and fresh flowers that has variation in shape, texture, and dimension. You do not have to get loads of pampas grass (which is expensive) to make your arrangement look full. Using something like dried sun palms, which has a large width and is less expensive than the large pampas grass can help you cut costs. Nailing down your focal flower is also important. This is the flower your eye is first drawn to. I like my focal flower to either have an accent color and/or be largest and most unique flower.
What Flowers to Use
To create this arrangement, I focused on an earthy and elegant aesthetic, with a pop of terracotta as my accent color.
I was super excited to use toffee roses as the star of this arrangement. Especially with a neutral color palette, your eye is immediately drawn to the toffee rose. Quite literally, the color is a toffee, caramel, terracotta color which pairs really well with dried flowers.
For a soft, romantic touch, I used quicksand roses, white ranunculus, and white freesia. For texture, I used white astilbe, chocolate queen anne's lace, dried sun palm, and dried bunny tail. For height, I used white snapdragon.
Dusty miller was a perfect compliment to this arrangement. Its velvet texture and silver blue/green color was a great way to tie in everything!
To add to this compote vase arrangement, you can pair it with an assortment of bud vases filled with a dried and fresh flower.
I hope this flower breakdown can give you a starting point for your next boho chic event!
Florist: Grace Flora Studio
Event Planner/Designer: Krissy Campbell Celebrations
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Photography: Kelsey Converse Photography