Welcome to the weekend everyone, I hope you have some fun activities planned now the...
Welcome to the weekend everyone, I hope you have some fun activities planned now the kids are on Summer Holidays? Maybe you’re off on an adventure or are spending the first week on a go slow recuperating?! Whatever you are up to, grab a brew because it’s time for this week’s edition of Boho Pins ! This week we are taking a look at a fun element of the wedding, the sweetie table! This is still super popular and features everything from childhood favourites to grown-up patisserie! Here’s our favourites from the Boho Boards this week.
Happy Friday and yay for the weekend! I am super excited it’s the weekend, and as I don’t work on a Friday, my weekend starts right here! Today I am taking Dexter to the cinema to watch Cars 3, which I’m hoping he will sit through! Saturday we have a 4 year olds birthday party, then Sunday we are off to Tramlines, Sheffield own music festival. What about you?
So far this week we have been to New York, East Sussex, Estonia and Tennessee and today we are finishing off the week in Belgium with Christina and Niels wedding courtesy of the bride herslef who sent me in the wedding, with photos by Patricia Vanrespaille. A lovely wedding filled with pretty lilac details and Christina make the most beautiful bride.
Christina and Niels were married on the 27th May 2017 in a ceremony at Villa Lucie, followed by a reception at Kasteel Ter Loonst. ‘Though living in Asia, we chose to get married in Kampenhout, Belgium, where the groom is from. We lucked out as Villa Lucie looked like something out of a fairy tale with its unique architecture and charming interiors. The first time we laid eyes on our reception venue, back in December 2016, we fell in love. At the time, the old, abandoned barn was being refurbished. The venue’s location was of particular sentimental importance to the groom who was born and raised in a house just a 10″ walk from this castle. The owners of that private estate were friends of Niels’ father, and were nice enough to let us use their space for our wedding. We had about 100 guests and the wedding took 8 months to plan.’
Good afternoon everyone! I have a stunning shoot to share with you today, set at Blea Tarn in the Lake District! With some absolutely amazing styling and the most incredible masks, I love everything about this shoot. A perfect whimsical take on a rustic elopement in the UK, and showcasing the lovely Lake District for what it has to offer. With many thanks to stylist and photographer Agnes Black for the submission today, be sure to watch the gorgeous video at the end too!
What made you decide to do the shoot?
If I wasn’t a photographer I’d be some kind of stylist, I absolutely love love love doing inspiration shoots. I constantly have an endless list of mood boards full of ideas and they all start out with one or two things that have caught my eye. I just love getting creative, working with awesome suppliers and I adore photographing them. Seeing my visions come together so well is just the best feeling, especially when everyone involved loves it too.
Today our trip around the world takes us to Tennessee, for this totally gorgeous vibrant and colourful outdoor Farm wedding. Casey and Wes were married on the 16th September 2016 at Hiwassee Farm Venue and the results are this stunning, beautifully put together day. With tie dyed napkins, coloured glass and candlesticks a plenty, mixed in with drapped greenery, lanterns and the most amazing flowers, this wedding is a real feast for the eyes. Massive thanks to Erin L. Taylor Photography for the lovely photos.
On Monday we took you to New York, Tuesday was East Sussex and today we are jetting you off to Estonia for the lovely wedding of Liisa and Enar, courtesy of Timo Ilves. A lovely wedding filled with Estonian wedding traditions, gorgeous portrait shots, a fab car and lots of pretty baby’s breath and roses as decoration. A simple wedding, that shows you don’t need hundreds of details and decorations to make your day memorable, Love wins the day every time!
Liisa and Enar were married on the 15th of August 2015. The ceremony was held in a small town called Võru at a local culture house “Võru Kannel”. The reception toke place at Setomaa Tourism Farm, Võrumaa county, Estonia. ‘We loved the scenic landscape and beautiful sights and reasonable price. We had around 100 guests and we started planning our wedding about 6 months before.’