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Although we're nowhere near certified wedding planners, we do try to stay atop what's trendy and fresh these days. Consider this a mood board for a wedding theme, a place for you to get your creative juices flowing and make your big day as unique as you are.
Dresses: When it comes to anything bohemian, Anthropologie is going to be at least in the top five destinations that spring to mind. The brand has launched an entire website devoted to Anthro-style bridal gear&$8212;including this Tracy Reese crocheted lace gown ($600, available at BHLDN.com). Bridesmaids can keep it long and flowy in a dress from Amsale, which actually offers a wide variety of pieces that a girl might wear more than once—really! (available at Bella Bridesmaid, 5979 W. 3rd St Suite 102)
Shoes: The best part about a bohemian wedding is being able to toe the line of tradition in a creative way. Try a pair of Loeffler Randall flat sandals on your big day ($295, available at LoefflerRandall.com). For bridesmaids, consider something simple and flattering, like gold Cole Haan sandals—the Nike Air sole is great for standing on for hours ($278, available at Saks Fifth Avenue)
Jewelry: Go with something dainty and handmade from Charme Silkiner ($160, available at shop.charmesilkiner.com), or something giftable, traditional and eco-friendly from Dogeared ($50, available at Dogeared.com).
For the Groom: Let his personality shine through with a unique pair of cufflinks, like these Evil Eye cufflinks from Sydney Evan to ward away evil spirits on your big day ($2,890, available at SydneyEvan.com) or a tie from which proceeds go to a good cause, like fighting breast cancer ($14.95, available at Ties.com).
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