Meet wedding dress expert, Jennifer Jamieson from Ava May Bridal
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"There are so many ways to interpret the word ‘boho’. If you Google the definition, you’ll find descriptions like ‘unconventional’, ‘arty’ and ‘informal’. I love this theme, and when my partner and I got married, I wanted a more chilled out vibe as I’d been married before and had the full traditional white wedding but it never really felt like me. The best advice I can give to any bride-to-be is to follow your heart. My favourite gowns are always the ones that are a bit different, so don’t be afraid to be you!
"I would opt for burnt oranges and reds and colourful flowers. For the dress, check out our range from Wilderly Bride, they epitomise femininity and honestly are just so beautiful.
"Boho can be done indoors or outdoors, but I’m a huge fan of a woodland wedding. Think tipis with firepits and dancing under the stars, this can even be done in your garden! Paint the picture of your dream wedding in your head and just run with it. It doesn’t have to cost a fortune either. Flowers can be picked from gardens and decorations can be homemade. Embrace the unconventional and rock your inner goddess!"
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