As you know the Blog also has its own Wedding Directory in the form of Boho Wedding Directory. The Directory is a hand-picked list split up into suppliers and regions making it super easy for you to find the perfect Boho supplier for your wedding.
Just to make life that bit easier for you and to make sure you don’t miss any of the wonderful suppliers that are getting added to the directory, I will regularly showcase the suppliers I have added here as a mini update.
Photography: Wild Rose Photography
I specialise in natural and creative wedding photography throughout Kent and beyond. I love everything pretty, vintage and a little unique. I admire brides and grooms who embrace their personality and creativity. Using soft natural light and warm tones, my aim is to capture relaxed images that naturally reflect the atmosphere and emotions of your day
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/wild–rose–photography
Photography: Benni Carol Photography
Benni Carol Photography are a professional and friendly company that specialise in vintage and fine art wedding photography. Their style has developed over the last ten years, as a result of working in different areas of photography. With two photographers, they are doubly ready to capture every important moment and meet every need and expectation!
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/benni-carol-photography
A Wedding DJ with over 15 years experience of smashing dancefloors at clubs, festivals & weddings Rockin’ a wicked bow tie and armed with a pair of turntables Deckheds will “put the needle on the record” to make your perfect day complete.
Mixed by loving hands – Dancin’ shoes essential – sore feet guaranteed
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/deckheds
Photography: Sarah Beth Photo
Hello, I am Sarah from Sarah Beth Photo. I specialise in documenting weddings all over the UK and Europe. My aim is to create fun, natural photos that capture the essence of your day, if you like my work please feel free to get in touch
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/sarah-beth-photo
Dresses: Rock The Frock
Rock The Frock is an alternative bridal boutique for discerning brides who want to reflect their personality and style on their wedding day. Gone are rails of strapless dresses – we are proud stockists of designer dresses and original vintage gowns for boho brides and alternative gals
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/rock-the-frock-bridal-boutique
Entertainment: Michael Mulholland Acoustic Singer & DJ
Acoustic guitarist, singer & DJ available to perform at weddings all over the UK. Michael’s acoustic sets are brilliantly tailored to give a diverse live performance that is suitable for many parts of your wedding day; From laid back popular acoustic songs during the Ceremony or Drinks reception, to an upbeat, foot stomping, Harmonica blowing sing-along set in the evening
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/michael-mulholland-acoustic-singer-dj
Venues: House Parties
The Drury in Oban is a luxury self-catering house that can cater for intimate wedding ceremonies and receptions for up to 35 guests. 11 Bedrooms provide accommodate for 22 guests with room for a further 13 guests at another House Party property nearby
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/house-parties
If you are interested in getting yourself added on to the ‘Boho Wedding Directory’ email me at email@example.com for an application form. Have a Good Weekend
Big Boho Love
This week has absolutely flown by! I love these 4 day weeks. We need a bank holiday every Monday. How amazing would that be? I hope you are all well this Friday and are ready for the weekend.
Today we are back on the blog with our regular Boho Bride feature and I would like to welcome back Jo and Paddy. Last time on the blog Jo talked all about 3 weeks to go and today she is here to say goodbye! (sob) Kelly H and I have really enjoyed having them on the blog and we would like to wish Jo and Paddy the very best of luck for their wedding day. We can’t wait to share it here in the near future for all our Boho Readers.
I’ll pass you over to Jo and Paddy
Time to say goodbye…..
Well we have got back from another beautiful wedding of some close friends that will be involved in our day. It was certainly nice to attend this in between my sisters and ours and enjoy all of the details which the bride and groom take so long planning and boy was it amazing.
Image Source via Rebecca Prigmore Photography
So as you read this, we will officially be married today – that’s the legal one that we aren’t allowed to celebrate!! Apparently I’m not allowed two anniversaries. As our best man who will be our witnesses along with his wife pointed out. So let me get this straight you are getting married, legally, then both heading back to work. Yup you got it, we are busy people and our true celebrations and ceremony are next week (OMG that’s a scary thought) with our friends and family. This is what we are looking forward to, listening to Jenny (celebrant) really personalise our day.
Happy Friday people! My oh my am I happy it’s Friday, it’s been a pretty stressful week here at Boho HQ! Between buying a house before it’s even gone on the market! (squeal of excitement) getting the blog ready for launch (which is taking a tad longer than we first expected) and looking after Dexter while Nik is in Belgium it’s been a pretty busy week. However, it’s Saturday tomorrow and we are off to Chester for a couple of days to celebrate my best friend Becky’s birthday, I can’t wait!
To end the week I have this completely DIY wedding which actually takes place in the bride and grooms home, which they custom made and renovated especially for weddings, (more info here www.nantwen.co.uk. Jemma the bride also made the naked wedding Cake as well as the rings (www.sladejewellery.co.uk). In terms of entertainment they had tree planting, welly wanging, a treasure hunt and a cabaret evening with all their friends offering different entertainment, all captured by Clare Richardson Photography
‘Our day was informal, friendly, relaxed and a day to enjoy with very close family and friends with lots of things to do like a treasure hunt and tree planting. With delicious food thrown in’
Jemma and Daniel were married on 8th August 2015 at Nantwen, Pembrokeshire. ‘We decided to get married where we did because it is our home that we renovated and we love it. We had 50 guests in total and planning wise 1 month (in between establishing Nantwen, having baby Elsbeth, making fine Jewellery, and making Award Winning Chocolate! teaching and playing the cello and organising a chamber music summer school).’
Good Afternoon to you all! I hope you are all well. This afternoon we have this gorgeous styled shoot to share with you. The brain child behind this science and astronomy styled shoot is Florence Fox Photography and also the lady behind the lens. I love this modern take on a wedding theme, this fantastic location really does set the tone for a light, modern and fun shoot. It’s also great to see a same-sex couple in a styled shoot, I hope to see more on the pages of the blog in the oncoming months.
‘A relaxed and alternative shoot with themes reflecting the venue’s unique aspects! It was a huge collaborative effort between a whole group of talents, local creative.’
Happy Wednesday everyone, I hope you are having a lovely day so far. This afternoon we are back with another fantastic edition of Film Club where I showcase one of my favourite wedding films that has landed in my in box this month! Today we are heading over to the states for the beautiful rustic Boho inspired wedding of Michelle and John. They were married on 3rd August at Belcroft Estates in Innisfil, Ontario, which is one hour from Toronto and the wedding is just beautiful.
The couple had a beautiful outside ceremony with a rustic barn reception that was brimming with beautiful vintage inspired decorations and lovely details. From the opening shots right through to the last dancing images the wedding is full of love, romance and the most stunning couple. A dashing groom and a Boho bride make it absolutely perfect. My favourite parts are the vintage car, the personally written vowels, the barn venue and the evening photobooth. What a fun and beautifully put together film from Brightside Films.
Laura from Brightside Films tells us a bit more about the day………
The couple met met at a sort of hole in the wall pub 6 years before their wedding and have been blisfuly happy since. Their wedidng was an absolute joy to film, I loved her entrance – she arrived in a vintage car driven by her dad. The road is very long and grand, it was very cinematic.
Supplier Shout Outs:
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