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Boho Blooms and Earthy Neutrals Take Inspiration from a Bygone Era

Free-spirited décor takes inspiration from decades past, a retro revival of fanciful florals and earthy details.
Sarah Baumann Rogers
earthy bridal bouquet

(Above) Dare to be different with a bouquet of exuberant florals. Lushly undone, this beauty boasts a couture mix of fresh and dried botanicals like poppies, anthurium, eucalyptus, anemones, roses and sweet peas, by MAVEN.

(Below) Brown is anything but boring in this Champagne Press suite, with ultra-natural shades of chestnut, sandstone and burnt sienna, along with botanical illustrations and a mélange of vintage stamps from Edelweiss Post.

(Above) Fall’s freshest palette comes courtesy of terra cotta tones, for a natural mood at PAIKKA in St. Paul. MAVEN designs a vintage-inspired tablescape that’ll transport your guests, featuring hand-crafted pottery filled with dried florals, teakwood chairs and apricot linens that flow to the floor.

(Below) We’re calling for a carnation comeback. Set in a clay vase, this organically styled centerpiece from MAVEN proves beyond a doubt the flower’s renewed cool-factor.

(Above) For a ceremony backdrop with a runaway imagination, a cascading arrangement of greens (Italian ruscus, ferns, eucalyptus, hanging amaranthus) brings the outdoors in, a perfect spot to share vows and a first kiss as newlyweds.

(Below) Our boho bride is resplendent, chic yet carefree, in an embroidered and crocheted Rue De Seine gown with bell sleeves from a&bé bridal shop.

(Above) Lady Vamp Artistry goes with tawny hues for this wedding-day look, with softly shimmering bronze shadows and a sweep of peach blush and gloss. Hair is upswept in loose braids, revealing playful embroidered raffia floral earrings by Untamed Petals from a&bé bridal shop.

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