25 Boho Wedding Decor Ideas to Elevate Your Venue Space

This post is all about boho wedding decor.

When you’re designing the wedding of your dreams, coordinating the small details and decor pieces can feel like the most overwhelming part. This step is especially true for a boho wedding theme, where the decor is crucial to capturing the bohemian essence. You’ll need a carefully-curated selection of furniture, flowers, textures, signage, and displays to create a free-spirited, unconventional, and whimsical atmosphere.

These decor ideas work for all settings and variations of bohemian style, from rustic to modern to desert-inspired.

Here are 25 boho wedding decor ideas that will make your big day look just like your Pinterest board.

Rustic Boho Wedding

Fairy Lights

Fairy lights create a dreamy, enchanting atmosphere that feels straight out of a fairy-tale. These lights are so fitting for a barn setting, a common venue for rustic weddings, because they illuminate the dark, warm woods. 

You can string these across the ceiling, drape them over trees, or weave them around table centerpieces.

Lace Accents

Lace adds textural details and a vintage charm to your rustic boho wedding. My favorite way to incorporate lace is through table runners at your reception. 

Dark Woods

Dark woods will infuse warmth and richness into your wedding, which goes hand-in-hand with the cozy feel of a boho theme. Use warm wooden furniture and displays like tables, seating, repurposed barrels, signage, and mirrors for guests to take photos in. 

Hanging Globes

Suspending paper lanterns from the ceiling is not only easy and cost-effective, but creates a magical visual effect. Using the element of height will make your reception or ceremony space feel more vast, airy, and whimsical. 

Mason Jar Centerpieces

Mason jars are a go-to for rustic boho weddings because they are so versatile and easy to find at thrift stores and garage sales. These can be used as table centerpieces, flower displays, and candle holders. I love their down-to-earth, homely feel. 

Modern Boho Wedding

Geometric Arches

Planning a modern boho wedding is all about taking the elements of bohemian style and slightly stripping it down. Use geometric shapes to highlight the eclecticism and nonconformity of boho style in a more simple way, like a sleek triangular arch at the altar. 

Muted Color Palettes

Opt for a muted color palette to achieve a more understated, minimalist boho aesthetic. This includes soft, neutral tones like taupe, beige, blush, and sage.

Gold Details

Gold accents feel sleek and contemporary while still maintaining warmth and earthiness. You can sprinkle these accents in with gold-rimmed glassware, cutlery, and other small decor pieces. I love how it looks both glamorous and cozy at the same time. 

Votive Candles

Votive candles have a simple, modern silhouette that will elegantly elevate your tablescapes or walkways. They’ll also illuminate your space with a magical glow so you don’t lose that boho warmth.  

Unique Shapes

Unique shapes bring some visual interest to your boho wedding decor. I love this wavy mirror that acts as a photo op for your guests–it’s a subtle touch that’s still so unique. 

Desert Boho Wedding

Cacti Centerpieces

You can’t have a desert-inspired wedding without some cacti. These distinctive plants will add a pop of greenery and avant-garde shapes. 

Terracotta Pots

Displaying your flowers and cacti in terracotta pots will truly enhance the desert vibe. Their earthy, rustic texture and color complements the boho aesthetic so well. 

Amber Glassware

Amber glassware not only brings rich, golden tones to your desert-inspired wedding, but it adds a vintage pop that is naturally bohemian. I used these glasses for the reception tables at my boho wedding and I loved hunting for them at antique stores. 

Vintage Rugs

Vintage rugs will add a contrast of unique patterns, textures, and colors. You can layer these down the aisle or just have one to stand on up at the altar. 

Low-to-the-Ground Seating

Low-to-the-ground seating arrangements with floor cushions and poufs will create a more laid-back, intimate, and relaxed atmosphere. This is the perfect addition to your cocktail hour space. 

Tropical/Beachy Boho Wedding

Palm Fronds

Palm fronds are naturally tropical, but their unconventional shape and lush greenery also pairs so well with boho elements. You can use them in your floral arrangements or to frame your ceremony space.  

Dried Pampas Grass

Dried Pampas grass is a go-to for boho weddings, but they look especially lush and airy in a beach setting. The beige color and soft, feathery plumes complement the soft, neutral tones of the sand and sea. 


Macrame is a quintessential boho decor piece. You can use it as a backdrop, table runner, or hanging decor for a handmade, artisanal feel that’s also natural and earthy. 

Vibrant Tropical Florals

Bright, tropical flowers bring a burst of vibrancy and free-spirited energy to your boho wedding decor. Go for exotic species like hibiscus, orchids, and birds of paradise. 

Light Wood Accents

Light wood furniture will make your atmosphere feel like a breath of fresh air. You can use wooden tables, seating, arches, and other accents to enhance this breezy, bohemian look. 


Driftwood is the perfect decor piece for an authentic beachy theme. I love how it was used here to create a teepee over the low-to-the-ground seating. You can also use it in table centerpieces, signage, or arches at your ceremony. 

Garden Boho Wedding


Wildflowers are playful, refreshing, whimsical, and brimming with joy. Using them as centerpieces or scattered throughout your venue will bring a natural, care-free charm to your boho wedding. 

Pastel Candles

Pastel candles will create a soft, romantic atmosphere with their dreamy colors and cozy glow. Pair them with moss for your table centerpieces to emphasize that magical, fairy garden vibe.  

Floral Arch

You’re going to want an arch to frame you and your soon-to-be spouse at the altar, and adorning it with flowers will truly highlight the boho, garden-inspired theme. You can go as bold and eye-catching or simple and modest as you like. 


Woven baskets will not only add an organic, tactile feel to your wedding decor, but they can be used as displays for other decorative elements. I love how they look as flower vases to create an airy, spring-like atmosphere. 

There’s no need to stress over the small touches and decorative details of your boho wedding. These 25 boho wedding decor ideas are all you need to bring your venue space to the next level and reinforce your wedding theme.  

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