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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Comments (13)

WeddingXpert | Reply

Beautiful! I’m loving their use of feathers in all the pieces. These are all so soft and romantic, like they should be.

Rhonda Giedt Photography | Reply

The garters are wonderful!

www.KimiaKline.com | Reply

there’s nothing else on the market like lo boheme pieces– i’ve looked :) theirs are absolutely stunning.

Emilia | Reply

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!

Jane | Reply

Those garters are so fun!

Brianna | Reply

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



Jillian | Reply

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!!

Marty J. | Reply

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!

mike larson | Reply

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!

Miriam | Reply

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

Matt | Reply

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.

Sarah | Reply

So excited to wear my LoBoheme headpiece at my wedding! :) So gorgeous.

Joanne | Reply

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. :)