Aug 04, 2018
Beautiful Boho Decor Ideas for Your Backyard Wedding
Securing a venue and perfecting all of the details for your big day can get expensive, even with a relaxed, boho theme. But before you archive your wedding pinboard or start looking into loans and credit card limits, you may want to consider saying "I do" in your yard or that of a loved one. Click through for all the bohemian backyard wedding inspiration you'll need.
Multi-tasking Decor: One of the best parts about an outdoor venue is letting nature do the majority of the work and adding small details here and there. Opt for natural fibers and flowers to complement the lush greenery that's already around. This gorgeous macrame hanging would look amazing as an altar centerpiece *and* as a photo booth backdrop. (via April & Paul)
Lush Treescapes: Add some height to your outdoor decor by hanging mobiles and flowers from the trees. This easy DIY brings just the right amount of metallic spark to the look. (via Brit + Co)
Cozy Lounge Areas: No need to rent a ton of furniture for your special day. Simply move some of your pieces to the backyard (don't forget the rug!) to create comfortable and stylish seating areas for guests. (via Priscila Valentina)
Geometric Greenery: Take advantage of what's growing in the yard by adding it to the tablescapes. Simple metallic accents paired with candles and just a touch of green make a big impact. (via Anni Graham)
Bring *All* the Pillows and Poufs: Bring colorful comfort to your venue with textured rugs and floor pillows. Not only will they encourage guests to let loose and relax, but the cushions and textiles will also provide a nice contrast. (via Zac Wolf)
Macrame Everything: Having an outdoor venue also means being ready for whatever Mother Nature decides to throw at you. This macrame place card holder looks fab and keeps everything in place just in case a gust of wind decides to change up the decor a bit. (via Grace Kathryn)
Vintage Tablescapes: Don't drop a ton of money on matchy-matchy tablescapes. Take vintage bottles and glassware and add some wildflowers to create a unique arrangement for each table. (via We Laugh We Love)
Cut a Rug: No need to move the reception to another venue! A rich vintage rug makes a beautiful dance floor that's easy on the eyes (and the feet). (via Yellowbird Visuals)
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Allison Collins lives in Denton, Texas with her husband and two dogs. She is a honky tonk connoisseur, Bruce Springsteen enthusiast, and proud member of the West Texas Cloud Appreciation Society.