Take a step back in time on your big day.

The hippie style of the seventies is one of the inspirations that led to the present boho-chic style that we obsess over. With peace signs, feathers, dream catchers, tie-dye, and so much more, this style is filled with colorful details that people love so much. This can be an alternative option to a boho-themed wedding. If you consider yourself an old soul and don’t want to stick to a wedding with modern, simplistic decor, then this color palette is perfect for you! These warm earth tones look good on anyone and will take you back to the times of the Brady Bunch and high-waisted bell bottom jeans. Seventies fashion is iconic, unique, original, and it is constantly being brought back into style. The vintage look of the seventies is a classic, and it’s not going anywhere soon.


Good vibes all around.

Hippies are free-spirited, kind people who stand for peace and love. Peace and love are what your big day should be about! Embrace an open mindset and invite positive energy into your big day. Weddings are amazing occasions filled with smiles and loved ones. The novelty of it all can be extremely exciting, but they can also be stressful during the planning process. There are a million details that you have to pay attention to, and it can really drive you crazy. It is important to remember to take it easy and keep positive thoughts in your mind. At the end of the day, all you should do is go with the flow, be happy, let go, and dance with flowers in your hair. This is how the hippies would do it, so you should too.

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Groovy 70s Wedding Color Palette Inspiration Board With Orange Ochre Mustard Yellow and Aurora Red Details | The Pink Bride® www.thepinkbride.com


Image Credits:

Outdoor Sitting Area – Noa Azoulay-Sclater at Feather Love Photography via Confetti | Bouquet – Brandi Potter Photography via Brandi Potter Photography | Groom  – Lisa Marshall Photography via Lisa Marshall Photography | Bride and Bridesmaids – David and Kathrin Photography and Film via David and Kathrin Photography and Film | Classic Volkswagen Bus – Guy Harrop Wedding Photography via Wed Magazine | Place Setting – Brandi Potter Photography via Brandi Potter Photography | Dreamcatcher – Veronica Varos Photography via Inside Weddings | Table Decor – Rocker In Love via Rose Tree Events | Cake – JoPhoto via JoPhoto