Groom playfully bites at brides bouquet as she laughsLet’s get real about “bohemian wedding inspiration”: when I’m browsing through images online, and looking at wedding images in particular, I think, “Damn, I might be able to pull that off.” But the problem is it’s hard to find women that reflect what I look like in images across the web because I’m not the typical size, shape, or skin color presented in American media. Which means, if I’m trying to figure out if I can pull off say, the aforementioned boho look, I’m doing a LOT of extrapolating, and a nearly impossible amount of imagining.

Which brings us to the bohemian wedding bridal look. It’s all over Pinterest, and it’s super cute… but if you’re not an elven-looking blond lady (no offense to the elven among us), it can be a little tricky to figure out how it will look on your actual body. Good? Awful? Literally who knows.

It’s easy to get discouraged when you don’t see people who look like you that you can use as a reference point. How am I supposed to show a family member or friend who doesn’t get what the boho vibe is all about if there aren’t any bohemian wedding images that look like I could pull them off? Sure, I can always try and explain, but it isn’t always that easy. Which is a long way of saying that representation is everything.

So today we wanted to round up the boho bride look for every body. Can you wear the beautiful, flowy, backless dress even if you have big boobs? Yes, you can. (Okay, well, maybe if you can find a semi-backless look that allows for good bra support, but you know what I mean.) Can you wear that lush flower crown you’ve been dreaming of if you have short, curly hair instead of long flowing locks? Of course. In fact, it may look even radder than all of those flower crown images you’ve already seen everywhere.

You think you don’t fit the image of the typical bohemian bride? Think again. Anyone can make a bohemian wedding work for them. We’ve rounded up a slew of not-so-average boho brides who kick the bohemian wedding stereotypes to the curb and show you how they truly made it their own.

Bride holds a massive bouquet as she is enveloped in smokePhoto by Evangeline Lane

a married couple of women stand next to a giant joshua tree as the sun sets behind themPlanning, Concept, and Design by Burlap & Rose; Photo by Amy Gray Photography

a black woman glances down at her bouquet during bohemian weddingPhoto via Asiyami Gold

A bride looks off to her right with her husbands arm around her waist while he stares lovingly at herPhoto by Andria Lo via A Practical Wedding

a wedding couple casually lounges on a couch at the side of a country roadPhoto by Genevieve Renee via A Practical Wedding

a bride looks elegant with her flower crown and bouquetPhoto by Gabby for Emily Wren Photography via A Practical Wedding

a bride holds her bouquet in one hand while looking to her left, as her flower girl clings to her Photo by Marble Rye Photography via A Practical Wedding

a bride looks thoughtful as she stands at the beach while wearing a flower crownPhoto by Christie Pham Photography via Style Me Pretty

A wedding couple huddles together and turns to the camera for a quick photoPhoto by Nirav Patel via A Practical Wedding

Photo by Marble and Rye Photography

A bride wearing a dark pastel pink dress stands with her groom in a forest with giant towering paper flowersPhoto by Helena and Laurent via A Practical Wedding

A bride stands on a beach, pensively looking at her bouquet.Photo by Megan Saul Photography

A bride wearing a dress reminiscent of medieval times, stands on a hillside with sunbeams behind herPhoto by Andria Lo via A Practical Wedding

a beautiful bride looks off to the left, standing proud and confident as her hair flows in the windPhoto via Noiva de Botas 

A bride stands in the middle of a dirt road, arms outstretched as the wind blows at the fringe on her dress Photo by Evangeline Lane

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