We really do love a Bohemian Gypsy Bride. Simplicity is key with a bohemian/gypsy bride. The wow factor comes with the small hints that add your personal style. For instance: the gold locket in the photos was a vintage memento from the bride's childhood.
Gypsy brides normally prefer gold accessories and multiple bracelets. The gypsy bride selects bright colors flattering her shape and completes her wedding gown style with silk or velvet sash with pearls, rhinestones because beautiful and stylish walk hand in hand. You must see more of this stylish bohemian bridal session captured by Kayleen T and super pretty headpieces by Lacielle Roselle, in the full gallery here.
It is more about the connections to the pieces she brings together than the actual things themselves. In our photos, we used the model's grandmother's vintage lace. The drift wood she found while roaming the beach with her beau on their roadtrip to the northwest. The kilim rug she haggled down to the right price in a bustling Moroccan bazaar. It's a simple yet meaningful approach to planning your big day.
How To Do Your Hair:
Untamed, curly hair can be stylishly embellished with your favorite lace headpiece or silk flowers that will compliment wild and hypnotizing nature of the gypsy bride. The gypsy bride doesn't go for luxury decoration, details but details that show freedom of choice and power of nature that fill everything with magic. Lacielle Roselle headpieces add that touch of delicate, vintage flair to this gypsy look. The gypsy bride will go for delicate Chantilly lace mixed with tulle bandeau or some flower headwear to express her brave, even her rebellious side and her power to impress and mesmerize.
Photographer: Kayleen T.
Veil or Hair Accessories: Lacielle Roselle
Model: Elana Ali Jadallah