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If you hadn’t noticed, its freezing outside! I mean SO cold! and with Christmas right around the corner it’s safe to sat that winter is well and truly here. However here at Boho we love a winter wedding so instead of dreaming of summer we are here today to embrace the cold, make the most of the dark nights and get cosy with some winter wedding ideas. Winter weddings mean log fires, candle light, cosy cover ups and warm winter venues. There is so much scope for you to choose from and so many ideas you can bring into your wedding to make it unique and totally personal. You can go warm and cosy with a rustic woodland themed or choose a more modern design with metallics and soft whites. What ever you choose a winter wedding will be one that your guests remember.
I hope todays selection helps you with some winter wedding ideas for your own day, enjoy!
Photo Source: Top left (photo by Olga Plakitina Photography) / Top right (photo by Shalynne Imaging Photography) / Middle left (photo by Anna Hardy) / Middle right (photo by Daffodil waves) / Bottom left / Bottom right (photo by Michelle Larmand Photography)Read More
Happy Friday everyone! I am SO happy that’s it’s Friday, as I am getting so excited for Christmas. Today I’m taking Dexter to the pantomime, we are having a Dexter and mummy day, which will be lovely. Tomorrow we are meeting up with all of his cousins for a Christmas party and on Sunday we are off to visit santa, so a full on festive weekend all round! What about you? What have you got planned? This morning I’m taking you back to the early autumn, before all this cold weather struck us with the gorgeous wedding of Amy and Ed. They chose a beautiful barn venue and a soft country theme, with plenty of greenery, hessian, jam jars and bunting. A super pretty wedding, captured by Nicola Gough.
Amy and Ed were married on 9th September, 2017 in a ceremony and reception that took place at Pimhill Barn, Shrewsbury. ‘There were a few reasons why we got married here. We liked the idea of a country theme and wanted somewhere which had heritage and a sense of history to say our vows as neither of us wanted to get married in a church. The barn was very flexible and allowed you to choose your own caters which was a HUGE selling point for us as Amy’s Dad owns his own catering business (Dougherty and Allen). We had 120 guests. Originally, we had intended to have a much smaller wedding but it was never going to happen as we’re both 1 of 4! It took us just under two years to plan.’
Today on the blog we have a gorgeous relaxed, autumnal, bohemian shoot to share with you all. Captured in the Swiss forest, the photographer and planner for this shoot wanted to combine her three life loves to create something beautiful; boho, weddings and nature. Andrea Rufener and her team of collaborators used simple, natural materials and props to create this timeless and elegant shoot. The inspiration is perfect for brides planning an intimate, outdoor wedding. We especially love the styling of the bride; natural, organic waves in her hair and big, messy, draping autumn bloom bouquet. So pretty!
Today I am taking you to Minnesota for this truly beautiful wedding from Marc Andreo. Julia and Corey were married on 20th August at Bloom Lake Barn, Minnesota in a gorgeous barn wedding. They chose a stunning theme of greenery for their reception, which has been huge this year. I don’t think I will ever tire of this gorgeous trend in weddings. The natural greenery elements fitted in perfectly with their beautiful outdoor ceremony and rustic barn venue. The results being this drop dead gorgeous wedding that I know you are going to love.
Today we are in Guildford for the very lovely farm wedding of Chloe and Mark. Chloe and Mark chose High Billinghurst Farm as it gave them the barn venue that they always wanted. It also meant that they could customise their day just as they wished. They went for a festival theme and kept the day relaxed and chilled out. Adding in an abundance of beautiful bright and colourful flowers, as well as some gorgeous decorations and details. They chose curry for their wedding breakfast, which set the tone for the rest of the night. A fun-filled party with lots of smiles and so much fun. Big thanks to Nikki Vandermolen for the fab images.
Chloe and Mark were married on 16th September, 2017 at High Billinghurst Farm in Dunsfold just outside Guildford. ‘We got legally married at Guildford Registry Office on the Friday which was very short and sweet. We then had a proper ceremony with a celebrant at High Billinghurst on the Saturday in front of all our friends and family. We worked with the celebrant to write our whole ceremony so this was really special to us. It was also great to make a whole weekend of it. We always wanted an informal barn wedding, somewhere where we could feel comfortable and ourselves. High Billinghurst Farm was the perfect venue for us because we could completely customise the day, it’s a blank canvas so we could bring in our own booze, caterers, entertainment and decorate it how we liked. They also have a glamping field which lots of our guests stayed in which was a nice touch. There were 110 day guests and an additional 30 in the evening. It took 16 months to plan.’