After an extremely successful inaugural event last year, the Boho Luxe Market is returning this July at the Adelaide Showgrounds.
The three-day indoor market, located in the Wayville Pavilion, is a self-proclaimed “magical event with a festival vibe”, connecting Adelaideans to local creatives with a focus on sustainability.
Whether you’re shopping for yourself, organising a weekend away, or planning your wedding, this 120-stall market is guaranteed to reveal a collection of unique, artisanal, handmade brands.
One of the key features of the event is its collection of high end fashion, jewellery, and homewares, including Summers Dreaming’s STUNNING ‘Mermaid Crowns’, made of crystals and seashells.
If homewares tickle your fancy, Mornington Peninsula’s bohemian furniture and homewares store, Bohtek, will also be making an appearance, sporting an impressive collection of modern coastal pieces. All pieces are ethically made, using sustainable, organic and natural fibres and materials.
As well as market stalls, Boho Luxe will have creative workshops, sound healing, food trucks, glamping displays, and wedding stalls to curate your perfect boho wedding.
“We have creative workshops, a fashion show, and sound healing,” said owner Dani Djokic.
“We’re based in Bryon Bay, and sound healing is huge where we’re from. It’s mediation with vibration bowls.
“We have beautiful gin tastings, healthy food trucks and glamping displays, where people can have a feel of what glamping is like and book a getaway under the stars.
“We also have a boho bridal element, for anyone looking to plan a boho wedding!”
NATASAstudio, the exclusive South Australian stockist of the Daughter of Simone bridal label and its own custom range NATASAbride, will be bringing gorgeous boho gowns to the market.
Wild Boho Weddings, one of the most in-demand photography and videography duo will also be at the event, alongside giant tipi hire and event company, Tipi Lane.
To top it all off, Boho Luxe will also have psychic readers on site, as well as henna artists, live music, and chill-out zones.
“The creative workshops are fantastic! People can learn how to make a dream catcher, a flower crown, and more,” said Dani.
“There’s also a team of 15 psychic readers and henna artists – they were very popular last year so we’ve added a few more people to the team.”
Where: Wayville Pavilion, Adelaide Showgrounds
When: Friday 1 July 5-9pm, Saturday 2 July 10-5pm, Sunday 3 July 10-4pm
Tickets are only $5, or $10 for a full weekend pass.
To learn more about this event or book, click here.