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Feature Image Left: via One Fab Day. Feature Image Right: via The Lane.

Bohemian inspiration this afternoon in the form of fresh whites, pale greys and soft greens.

This palette works for any season and if you’re choosing a boho celebration let the colours of nature come through and compliment with a subtle and oh-so-chic palette of neutrals.

Come… Let’s take a closer look!

Coco Colour Palette # 17


Top Row Left: Image by Katie Osgood Photography via Style Me Pretty. Top Row Middle: Image  via Whisk and Whittle Tumblr. Top Row Right: Image via Design Love Fest. Second Row Left: Image via Free People. Second Row Middle: Image via Pinterest. Second Row Right: Image via One Fab Day. Bottom Row Left: Image via The Sweetest Occasion. Bottom Row Middle: Image via The Lane. Bottom Row Right: Image via Wendes Gray

Style your aisle with a canopy of twigs, white ribbons and glorious wild displays of white flowers and foliage.

Create an all-white tablescape with pops of green succulents and luxurious white blooms, but cozy things up in chillier seasons with faux fur throws, blankets and white festoon lights glowing above.

Add a touch of romance with little hidden dens for your guests to curl up in; think tented muslin, Morroccan wedding blankets and the odd touch of gold or a splash of colour for a luxe look.

Keep stationary simple in white and kraft paper tied with thread, wear white lace and white floral hair accessories for a boho bridal look, create the perfect all-white display for your desert table by hanging lace from trees and why not sleep under white canvas for the ultimate boho sleepover…

So is this your perfect palette…?

Are you a neutrals lover or do you prefer the brights…?

And are you dreaming of a boho wedding…?

As always, I’d love to know!

Lot’s of love…

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Emma Hla

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Emma Hla

Emma is the founder & curator of these award-winning pages. Passionate about venues, interiors and a good Whiskey Sour. You'll also find Emma working as a Creative Director consulting for wedding venues around the UK.

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