Saying “I do” in the middle of the desert has become quite the trend for bohemian brides! With warm, sunset colors and dry, dusty textures becoming a common combination in floral arrangements. Boho Desert weddings can be intimate with a very subdued, rustic décor that blends in with the environment, or they can be extravagant, with glamorous accents that seem almost like a mirage in nature. No matter where your wedding falls on the dessert spectrum, flowers like, Blushing Bride Protea, and Bonsai Eucalyptus are great options for a boho desert wedding!

Boho Desert Wedding





We love the deep tones in this boho desert bouquet! You can recreate this …. Using Red, Burgundy, Peach and Orange Dahlias, Amnesia Roses, Garden Rose Juliet Peach and Scabiosa Pods, framed with rough greens like Curly Willow Tips, Olive Branch, and Bonsai Eucalyptus.


Floral Tipi Alter


Recite your vows under this romantic tipi-inspired alter by draping wooden poles with billowing fabric and eye-catching florals. Frame the poles with hanging greens like Seeded Eucalyptus, Bonsai Eucalyptus, and Hanging Amaranthus, and use big blooms to decorate like Anthurium, Gerpom Burgundy, Dianthus Purple,  Pink Stock and Broom Corn.




You can recreate this pink sunset centerpiece and still save by using; Rose Sophie, Spider Anastasia Lavender, Blushing Bride Protea,  Blue Thistle, Pink Larkspur and White Veronica, surrounded by Lily Grass Variegated, Seeded Eucalyptus, and Succulents.



Natural Favors


Give your guests the gift of plants! Succulents make a great a gift because they’re easy to care for and you can put them in containers that fit with your theme. Not to mention, buying small succulents in bulk is very cost effective!


Floral Cactus Accent


Who says you can’t dress up the desert for your wedding!? If there are any cacti growing nearby, you can decorate it with flowers as a “statement wall” for your ceremony or reception! Don’t be afraid to use any rock formations or natural accents as focal points!




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