Flattering, romantic and timeless, there's little that can go wrong with these styles. Not to mention they're generally quite relaxed in shape, allowing ample room to move or get your boogie on in (it is supposed to be an enjoyable day, after all).
And luckily for us, Australia is bursting at the seams with chic designers and boutiques that will be sure to fit the bill.
Here are our first choices for where to shop for a dreamy bohemian bridal gown.
The brand surely needs no introduction if you're a fan of stalking bridal gowns (aren't we all?). Perfect for those bohemian brides who still like a little structure and clean silhouettes. They're especially known for their, you guessed it, lace.
Bohemian dresses are usually characterised by billowy shapes, embroidery and fine beading, all of which you'll find in spades at Bo and Luca.
Their intricate designs are produced in India, with each bead carefully hand-sewn onto fine silk.
While they're not technically bridal, we'd happily wear most (read: any) of their dresses to our weddings.
Perfectly embodying the care-free (but still put-together) bridal vibe, Zimmerman is a staple in the industry.
The iconic Byron Bay brand made us very happy when they expanded into bridalwear. With their boho goddess aesthetic, they make the perfect beach wedding dresses.
Established in 2011, One Day Bridal is one of the leading dress designers in Australia.
Known for their chic and effortless silhouettes, they're a hit with the daring brides that are looking to reflect their own personal style on their big day. Plus, with so many options they're bound to have something that meets the standard for every kind of bride.
If intricate beading in timeless silhouettes or floaty frocks in sheer fabrics are what you're after, then look no further than Anna Campbell.
With worldwide stockists, these gowns are in high demand, so get in quick if you're keen.
Karen Willis Holmes has been a front-runner in the bridal gown category for over twenty years now. With everything from silk slips to pant suits, you'll be spoilt for choice.
For the bohemian brides who love a bit of lace and embellishment, we recommend the designer's 'Luxe' and 'Wild Hearts' collections.
Established almost a decade ago, Prea James Bridal is for the relaxed modern bride who wants something simple and timeless.
Each dress puts an interesting spin on a classic shape and smacks of elegance.
A multi-brand bridal boutique located just outside of Sydney, Hope and Page have an incredible array of both Australian and international designers.
With their thoughtfully chosen edit of unique dress designers, there's plenty to choose from.
For the brides who want to indulge a little for their big day, Helen Rodigues' eponymous studio is a one-stop-shop.
Bringing together some of the world's most coveted dress designers (Elie Saab, Monique Lhuillier, and Jenny Packham to name a few), this North Shore based boutique is filled with premium designs, and with a team of specialists ready to help you find your dream dress, there's no downside.
For the bride-to-be who wants to shop sustainably, without compromising on style, Reformation's bridal collection is a no-brainer.
Chic, flattering, timeless and budget-friendly, these dresses are for the no-fuss bohemian brides who value simplicity above all else.
For the down-to-earth brides that are looking to subvert the traditional shapes, fabrics and colours of bridal gowns. Think lacey two-piece sets, extravagant trains, and plenty of tulle.
This bridal boutique was born from one woman's desire to create unique dress designs that don't cost a fortune.
Each dress is made-to-order in Australia with a focus on slow, sustainable manufacturing.