I had so much fun with my last boho bride outfit that I decided it would be fun to try another! This one is completely different - a bit more on the casual side. After comparing the two I don't know which is my favorite! I definitely like the shorter hem for a pretty little wedding in the woods! No hems dragging on the forest floor and getting caught on things.
This bridal ensemble was completely put together with second hand clothing and accessories, except for the crown, which I made myself. The most expensive part was the dress (worn under the peasant top), and that was $7 (the whole ensemble cost less than $20!). Since the outfit is more casual, I decided to go for a bit more of an undone updo instead of just leaving it down. I also decided on a pretty bold lip, keeping the rest of my face fairly natural.
I absolutely adore the farmer's market bouquet - so perfect for an end of summer wedding! Also, that tat is tooootally fake. I am kinda bummed about it, though. I picked out a really pretty light blue butterfly to use, but I guess when I peeled the plastic off of it, it only peeled off half? So I had only one wing transfer onto me. UGH. So I had to scrub that off and use this one, which I don't like as much for the occasion. Ah, well. Also, it's extremely hard to put temporary tattoos on your back by yourself.
lucky brand peasant top - thrifted // dress - thrifted // flower crown - DIY'd //
vintage concho belt - thrifted // coin necklace - thrifted // vintage rings - thrifted