From tousled waves to undone updos, these stunning styles are perfect for boho brides.
Boho brides need a hairstyle that’s as free-spirited as they are. If your big day can be defined by all things earthy and ethereal, the last thing you want in a wedding ‘do is a stiff, slicked-back bun or tight curls drenched in hairspray. Fortunately, you won’t find any of that here.
From tousled waves to undone updos, these stunning styles are perfect for boho brides. If you wish to wear your hair down, consider rocking cascading curls that are loose and softly textured. If you want your hair out of your face when you hit the dance floor, try a messy bun or thick braid. Bits of floral and foliage are always welcome in boho wedding hair looks, so feel to tuck a bloom into your lush curls or pop on a flower crown.
Avoid hairstyles that look too perfect or overly done. The beauty is in the imperfections, so don’t be afraid to brush your fingers through your curls to loosen them or untuck a few strands from your updo to frame your face.
Need some more inspiration? Check these ten boho wedding hair looks by Brides. Enjoy it!
Hybrid Braid with Daisy Headband
PHOTO BY KAYLA FISHER
We’re getting serious Rapunzel vibes from this fishtail/crown braid hybrid. The looseness of the braids is quintessential bohemian, as is that dainty daisy flower crown.
Unexpected, Elemental Crowns
While bridal tiaras are typically associated with more glamorous styles, boho brides can still have their crowning moment by incorporating natural elements into their headpiece. This structurally striking piece is a gorgeous finishing touch to this bride’s natural curls.
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Braided Updo with a Twine and Floral Crown
Don’t make the mistake of thinking you have to wear your hair loose and flowing over your shoulders for it to be boho. Brides who don’t want to be pushing their hair out of their face every two minutes can opt for a braided updo like this one. This bride finished hers off with a pretty-in-pink flower crown.
A Halo of Pampas Grass
Pampas grass has been a major wedding trend for some time now and we don’t predict this wispy, wheat-hued detail going anywhere. Besides being a welcome addition to floral displays, pampas grass can also serve as a boho hair accessory, as proven by this unique look that replaces a more traditional flower crown with a halo of the earthy material.
Twisted and Tucked Updo
PHOTO BY ALL MY LOVE PHOTOGRAPHY
Wouldn’t this twisted and tucked updo look right at home in the English countryside? We especially love the boho touches of sprigs of greenery and pops of bright florals.
Loose Curls Topped with a Hat
PHOTO BY ANNI GRAHAM
Hats are the unexpected hair accessory that’s been trending among brides, thanks to royals and runways alike. A felt field hat—with or without some florals sitting on its brim—is the perfect finishing touch to boho wedding hair, like this bride’s loose curls.
Save the hat for your reception or just some of the portraits you snap with your partner. A hat is a bold accessory that you might not want to steal the show at your ceremony!
Natural Curls with a Gilded Floral Comb
PHOTO BY SAMANTHA CLARKE PHOTOGRAPHY
We love the way this bride wore her natural curls pinned up to the side. It’s a unique way to showcase her rose gold hair comb. Boho brides who are interested in accessorizing with hair combs and pins should look for ones inspired by florals and greenery in order to keep the style natural and wholly bohemian.
Loose Waves and Frida Kahlo-Inspired Flower Crown
Go for all the bold boho vibes with a flower crown that would make Frida Kahlo proud! This bride wore her long brown locks in touchable waves and topped things off with a lush halo of roses and King Proteas.
Fishtail Crown Braid
PHOTO BY INDIEE FOX
Surprise! Braids are big when it comes to boho wedding hair, and this fishtail crown braid is a spin on the style that’s hard not to love. The halo hair chain also adds a bit of rocker-chic edge to the otherwise soft and feminine look.
This bride’s boho wedding hair is proof that you don’t need florals, a flower crown, or any other hair accessories to pull off the style. She effortlessly executes it with just tousled waves and an undone waterfall braid