Lo Boheme

If you are looking to add a handmade touch to your wedding, check out one of our sponsors, Lo Boheme. They make beautiful and unique headpieces, headbands, veils and more. I love how this husband and wife team, Lo and Josh Christian, use historical fashion inspiration to create all of their pieces. The results are one-of-a-kind accessories with a whimsical, feminine feel. So gorgeous!

Lo Boheme

Check out their website and etsy shop to see more of their work!

Garters photos by Marisa Holmes
All other photos by Mike Larson

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13 Responses to “Lo Boheme”

  1. Emilia

    Miss Erin from Erin Ever After surprised me with the Frankie halo before our wedding and it was just stunning! Completed my boho bridal look perfectly! I adore Lo!

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  2. Brianna

    SImply stunning and gorgeous touches like these are what make me long so badly for planning my wedding.

    Ughhh BREATH TAKING

    xoxo
    bB

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  3. Jillian

    The headpieces are absolutely stunning…. but so are the dresses!! Can anyone tell me the name/designer of the dress in the first and second rows? It’s exactly what I’m looking for :) Thank you!!

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  4. Marty J.

    Love those garters! How utterly stunning…and sexy! I’ve been recapping our wedding on my blog lately…wish I had one of those garters to show off!

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  5. mike larson

    Nice work, I like the garters, its refreshing to see the creative aspects of what Lo does! I shot her wedding 5 years ago and I’m so proud to see where she has come today!

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  6. Miriam

    Beautiful headpieces, but I really LOVE the wedding gown (pics 2 and 3)… any idea of the designer’s name?

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  7. Matt

    Drop dead gorgeous girls. I know nothing of garters or wedding accessories, but they all look fantastic. Although, that might be because of the girls.

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  8. Joanne

    Jillian / Miriam:

    The dress in pics 2 and 3 is from French brand Cymbeline, it’s called “Duyen” this year. Last year (the one featured here is last year’s, with the small bow – this year the bow is bigger and on the side) it was called “Cadiz”.

    I got blissfully wed in it. :)

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