Inspiration: 1970s Wedding Style

I like the idea of a woodsy wedding with a bit of 1970s influence. In my mind, the 70s were all about earth tones, natural fiber like cotton and knits like crochet, and a bohemian, folksy vibe – perfectly suited for a laid-back outdoor wedding. (Of course, the 70s also involved lots of polyester and disco – but I like to reject that reality and substitute my own).

I guess these dresses and accessories are my version of 1970s style – chic, cool, and casual. They seem perfectly suited for a bride with her hair down, maybe wearing a crown of fresh flowers, on a warm summer day in the grass. I’m really digging the short long-sleeve vintage dress from Etsy and the crochet Toms. What’s your favorite?

1970s Wedding Vintage 70s Wedding Dress Bohemian Wedding Dress Woodsy Weddings

vintage 70s wedding dress crochet wedding dress short flower child wedding dress flower headpiececrochet toms wedding 1970s wedding bouquet pod bouquet chevron wedding invitation earth tones1. Greenbow lace gown from BHLDN / 2. short lace dress by bridalblissdesigns / 3. bohemian lace dress by Grace Loves Lace / 4. Espirit de Corps lace gown from BHLDN / 5. flower crown by Mignonne Handmade / 6. crochet maxi dress by Free People / 7. linen and lace dress by Free People / 8. vintage 70s dress from Daughters of Simone / 9. ombre chevron invitation by Blush Printables / 10. crochet shoes by Toms / 11. 70s inspired bouquet via The Wedding Chicks via Pinterest / 12. floral headpiece by Head Case by G

For more 70s inspiration, check out Monday’s rustic wood grain wedding ideas!

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