Whimsical and romantic, bohemian wedding dresses are a trend that we just can’t get over. These designs feature intricate, vintage-inspired lace and colors, paired with modern, ultra-feminine silhouettes. Get inspired for your nuptials by these boho western wedding dresses, featuring an array of trending wedding designers.
Rue de Seine
Our go-to for unique bohemian-inspired wedding dresses are Rue de Seine. Their founder and designer Michele Corty was constantly inspired by the effortless bohemian style of Saint-Germain-des-Près and its free-spirited residents. And so you have fashion-forward gowns that embody the bohemian spirit and set Rue apart from the rest of the bridal world.
From their Classics Collection, Little Rock is simple, trendy, and timeless. This high neck gown is an effortlessly cool style, with long sleeves and an open back. The open back and cut sleeves to the elbow balance the modest high neckline, this gown is all about the beauty of its lace and the versatility of the style.
From the Golden Rhapsody Collection, Bishop features clean lines and a modern boho style. A high halter neck and elegant open back show off the shoulders. Raised, graphic geometric cotton and rayon embroidery is placed diagonally to fit and flatter. Lined in stretch silk, a slim skirt follows feminine curves before flaring to a full train, adding a sense of cool-girl luxury at every step.
Know for their romantic silhouettes, Lillian West isn’t the first designer who comes to mind when you think of boho western wedding dresses. But their recent designs feature unique 3D embellishments, dainty details, and beaded lace befitting of a modern boho bride.
For Style 66176, beaded and sequined laces are blended with dimensional laser-cut chiffon flowers to create this whimsical wedding gown. Featuring an illusion bodice, a sweetheart neckline with delicate off-the-shoulder straps, and an open V-back. Soft layers of tulle and organza create the A-line skirt with a chapel length train.
Be remembered in Style 66126, a sexy fit and flare wedding dress. The allover geometric lace creates a unique look while the shapewear mesh lining gives you a flawless shape. Details include a small plunging neckline, lace trim at the natural waist, and scalloped hem lace.
Offering one-of-a-kind wedding gowns, Daci Gowns is for brides that want to wear something unique on their wedding day. Their designs are effortless, sexy, relaxed yet detailed, and feature silhouettes designed to complement specific body types. This line embodies the spirit of a romantic, boho, and adventurous bride.
Starring vintage lace, Leah is a two-piece wedding dress. It has a fitted, flattering fit yet is romantic – with lace sleeves and chiffon skirts that flutters in the wind. The lace overdress is separate from the silk slip dress so you can have two different looks on your wedding day. After the ceremony, you can remove the silk overdress and wear just the silk slip.
A modest but modern design, Elora is a for the free-spirited bride. It features beautiful antique lace, a dramatic plunge neckline with polka dot mesh, and a low back. Our favorite detail? The trendy belle fringe long sleeves, tassel detail! The dress has a sexy open back and a traditional cathedral train.
Daughters of Simone
For the vagabond, hippies, and outlaws, Daughters of Simone delivers wedding dresses, unlike the rest. Here you’ll find dresses in an array of soft ivory crochet laces, buttery silks, and smooth chiffons. Specifically chosen to show off the best features of a woman’s silhouettes.
Inspired by heroines of yesteryear, Lottie stars a bold silk corset that you can’t help but fall in love with. A fitted bodice composed of side boning defined underwise under the bust, and soft cups ensure a comfortable fit with feminine features. Meanwhile, the top is complemented with ruched trim and ruffle detail that runs around to the waist. Finally, adjustable straps tie into soft ribbons which glide down the back into a full skirt with an elegant train.
Dreamers and Lovers
At Dreamers & Lovers, the gowns are designed for brides that follow their inner moonlight, with dresses that give you the freedom to be your most authentic self. They specialize in handcrafted bohemian and simple wedding dresses, featuring an effortless yet romantic aesthetic.
One-of-a-kind artistry, the Heather fringe wedding dress, is for the bohemian bride who wants a uniquely different look. A real attention-getter, it combines different textures through its use of different laces, and the fantastic tasseled fringe hem! Designed to flatter, the off-the-shoulder neckline and low back are demure and delicate. The figure-hugging silhouette will give your body a gentle hug while remaining comfortable and easy to move in.
Get ready to WOW in Simone! This comfortable yet elegant gown has a flowy high neck, low back, and long sleeves. A study in simplicity, his flowy wedding dress crafted from a soft and graceful cotton lace is so comfortable you’ll never want to take it off. The sheer long sleeves and bateau neckline is chic and striking. The gorgeous open back hints at your sense of style and mystery.
Shikoba is designed for the contemporary, fashion-savvy, confident, unafraid, free-spirited bride. Their unique wedding dresses feature exquisite cotton laces, beaded embroidered tulle, and soft flowing silks. Here you’ll find gowns with a strong bohemian vibe, perfect for the adventure lover at heart!
Alannah is a stunning guipure lace wedding dress with a sweetheart neckline and a fit and flare silhouette. It features sheer detached bell sleeves which can easily be removed for a second bridal look. The bodice stars a beautiful embroidered hem and tassels at the waistline.
This super cool design is for the free-spirited bride. Joni is a super sophisticated sequined bohemian dress with long sleeves, a dramatic cut-out skirt, and a full train. The fit and flare silhouette makes for a modern look while a beautiful fringe detail nods to Western attire.
What do you think of these boho western wedding dresses? Let us know which one is your favorite, or if you have a favorite wedding dress designer?