A boho wedding dress with sleeves, simple, clean decor, and the effortlessly gorgeous backdrop of Queen Creek. Arizona. This styled wedding, captured by Kaylin Ila Haycock, is a modern-day fairytale.
Neutrals, crisp white, and touches of nude set the scene for natural boho wedding decor. What’s so enchanting about this styled shoot is how it captures the natural beauty of the scene and the bride– and proves that a wedding can be intimate and simple but still gorgeous.
That’s echoed in the accessories for the table: slim cream candlesticks, flanked by tufts of wheat. Cleanly printed menus, white chinaware, and a classic tablecloth prove that styling for a boho wedding is all the more beautiful when it echoes the natural surroundings. Meanwhile, the dinner table adds colors inspired by the natural sunlight: rust orange tablecloths, peach roses, and warm jewel tones add notes of boho whimsy.
The boho fairytale continues with the gorgeous boho wedding dress with sleeves. The bride’s dress features softly tiered three-quarters-length sleeves. The netted lace and soft white floral appliques compliment the flowy a-line silhouette. Equally stunning? The boho wedding hairstyle, fashioned in a half up-do with a braid.
But what ties the entire look together is the boho wedding arch and floral bouquets. A simple white archway is set with oversized bouquets of peach, orange, and pink roses. Wheat and sprigs of green echo the backdrop of the Arizona watermill location. The effect? Nothing short of a boho fairytale.