You may have read on my recent blog posts, the Wedding Academy recently released the Wedding Trend Report for 2020, and one of the new Wedding Styles that is predicted to be BIG this year is MOHO(Modern Bohemian) – a new take on our old favourite wedding trend, BOHO…
According to the Wedding Academy on the difference between BOHO and MOHO…. “The touches of organic textures, cotton linens, pampas grass and rattan will remain, but contemporary twists will add pops of vibrancy”
The main definition of MOHO is that it is a new take on BOHO which is evolving using ethereal and abstract elements.
So, how do you create a MOHO wedding style?
Textures and Décor
As already mentioned from the Wedding Academy, the where will be a big use of Pampas Grass for creating stunning MOHO wedding décor. Teamed up with dried flowers, this will also be perfect for sliding into the sustainable wedding also.
Vibrant colours are a must for the MOHO style. Three big colours of the year from Pantone are grape compote, cinnamon stick and saffron are a perfect example of a colour scheme for the MOHO wedding. They create an edgy and urban look but also, at the same time one of relaxed elegance.
So, if you are a modern bohemian bride looking to create the perfect look to suit your personality, whilst still having a relaxed style but using bolder colours to create a twist, this style is just so you…
If you need any further help on creating the MOHO style, please don’t hesitate to contact me, 07980 679575 or email
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(Image credits: The Wedding Academy, Pantone, Not on the High Street)
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