Bold Bohemian Wedding in Jewel Tones

Bold, bohemian beautiful. These three b’s perfectly describe the vibe I was feeling for this week’s wedding decor inspiration and ideas board. A breathtaking ceremony framed by intricate, yet modernized stained glass installation, followed by a reception filled with rich jewel tones and layers of details. Bold, bohemian inspired floral centerpieces with an array of colors make the tables pop. Clusters of mixed wildflowers in colorful vintage glass bottles, paired with assorted jewel tone napkins make for the perfect tablescape. What would make this a spectacularly unique wedding would be the bar. A simple rustic bar with small bottles with wildflowers would be perfect, but it’s what is behind the bar that is special.

Imagine having a wall full of racks, filled to the edge with vintage glassware in all sorts of different shapes, sizes, and colors. As guests refilled their drinks, they were presented a new glass, different from everyone else. Sure, it’s not cheap to rent that many vintage glasses, but the experience and uniqueness is worth it. Bold, bohemian weddings in jewel tones have been done before, but it’s about how you can bring your unique flair into the event that makes it special. Depending on your guest count and timeline, it is possible to amass these vintage glasses at local tag sales and thrift stores for a very reasonable price. If you take the DIY route, consider encouraging guests to take their favorite glass home that evening, as a memento of the special occasion.

Here are my favorite decor ideas for this bold, bohemian wedding in jewel tones:

Bold Bohemian Wedding in Jewel Tones

Bold Bohemian Wedding in Jewel Tones

Need more jewel tone event decor ideas? See more HERE.

Be sure to see where I found each element in today’s bohemian wedding idea board:

Colorful Stained Glass Wedding Altar – created and designed by Julia Shakirova

Jewel Tone Vintage Glassware Display – spotted on Pinterest

Bold and Colorful Bohemian Table Centerpiece and Settings – featured on Green Wedding Shoes

Vintage Glass and Wildflower Bohemian Estate Table Decoration and Settings – featured on Style Me Pretty

Colorful Glass Votive Candle Decorations – spotted on Pinterest

Jewel Tone Linen Napkins Display – featured on Borrowed and Blue

Cluster of Colorful Vintage Glass Bottles with Wildflowers – shared in a roundup post by Deer Pearl Flowers

Don’t forget to pin your favorite elements for future reference:

Have you ever attended an event that utilized specialty glassware? How did it add to the event?

 

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Bohemian Patio Party Ideas

I could go for a party this weekend, how about you?

I’m in the mood for a patio party. I don’t actually have a patio for entertaining; much less the patio featured in this week’s inspiration board, but it doesn’t make me not want to throw this party any less. It’s getting warm out here in the evenings, so I’m thinking ice cold cocktails, star lights, great food and summery colors would make for a fun get together. Here’s what I had in mind:

Bohemian Patio Party Ideas

Bohemian Patio Party Ideas

Here’s where I found all of these images:

Bohemian Garden Patio – shared on DigsDigs

Bohemian Garden Patio – shared on DigsDigs

Bohemian Garden Patio – shared on DigsDigs

Succulent Centerpiece – shared on From Ezter With Love

Succulent Centerpiece – shared on From Ezter With Love

Succulent Centerpiece – shared on From Ezter With Love

Blackberry Gin Lemonade Recipe – shared by Inspired by Charm

Blackberry Gin Lemonade Recipe – shared by Inspired by Charm

Blackberry Gin Lemonade Recipe – shared by Inspired by Charm

Tin Star Lights – spotted on Pinterest

Tin Star Lights – spotted on Pinterest

Tin Star Lights – spotted on Pinterest

Turquoise and Lime Chairs – shared on Apartment Therapy

Turquoise and Lime Chairs – shared on Apartment Therapy

Turquoise and Lime Chairs – shared on Apartment Therapy

Rustic Food Spread – shared on Burnett’s Boards

Rustic Food Spread – shared on Burnett’s Boards

Rustic Food Spread – shared on Burnett’s Boards

 

 

Does this party feel like something you can relax and enjoy? Or do you need a more formal party look this weekend?