Today’s wedding is set in one of the prettiest venues I have seen in a...
Here at Boho we LOVE an international wedding. I get to feature so many amazing weddings on the blog, from all across the world, one of the most popular spots is Spain. However, if you are living in a different country or even continent then how do you go about finding the right venue for your destination wedding? Well today I have the answer, welcome to Perfect Venue.
If you are feeling cold today and a bit fed up of the miserable winter weather, I have just the thing for you. I am taking you off to Cancun in Mexico for this stunning beach wedding, full of glorious sunshine, sea and the most stunning wedding. Patricia and Hugo chose to hold a traditional Mayan ceremony, an ancient tradition that incorporates the blessings of the wedding guests, along with rituals that the bride and groom take part in. They chose the most amazing setting both on the beach and inside at their gorgeous resort. They filled both areas with modern geometric decoration, mixing in Boho touches of natural elements and the most delightful flowers. I just adore the see through gown that Patricia is wearing and the decoration is outstanding. All captured by Martin Wilk.
For those of you planning a Jewish wedding, finding the right Ketubah for your ceremony may be proving tricky. If you are looking of a sleek modern twist on the traditional Ketubah, then today’s post is just for you. ElenaBerlo OnceUponaPaper are experts in beautifully designed Ketubah, as well as guest books, invitations and family trees. Their Ketubah come in a variety of designs, from prints and water colours to woodcut and gold leaf, they will even design a custom-made commission for you, the possibilities and styles are endless. With an architect and artist background, their artwork is second to none and their designs totally beautiful and of an incredibly high standard. Genu and Elena have been kind enough to share some of their incredible work with us and tell us more about their business.
Elena Berlo is a full time painter blending the family life with her endeavour in fine arts. With a bachelors in Architecture from the University of Bucharest, she continued her artistic education at the Fashion Institute of Technology of NYC, and practiced architecture in well established NYC firms.
Genu Berlo takes the lead role in each project within the studio, and oversees all aspects of the concept, development and production of new and existing products. He also expands his interest beyond illustration into modern and contemporary art making. Genu has a bachelors in Maths, Architecture, and Continuing Education in fine arts at FIT NYC. Prior to inception of this venture, he worked as an architect for New York City’s most eminent architectural firms, including world’s highly renowned Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) architectural, planning and engineering company.
Happy Wednesday everyone, how are you at this midpoint of the week? I have an awesome wedding for you today, a rock n roll extravaganza! Kirsty and Ben really have put their own take on their wedding day. Kirsty looks amazing with her pink hair and those gold shoes!! Oh my I LOVE them. As for the couple’s outfits, they both look amazing, so stylish and so unique! They actually got married on my wedding anniversary, and their outdoor ceremony is just lovely, thank goodness for the amazing British summer we had this year! The day has been captured by their good friend Sally from Rose images.
Kirsty and Ben were married on 16th June 2018 at Pheasantry Brewery in Newark, Nottinghamshire. ‘We chose the venue as Nice people, location was private and had a field to rent so we could have a festival vibe and nice food. We had 150 to 200 guests, it took us 3 years to plan I think. Had a long engagement then about a year to plan it.’
Here at Boho we LOVE sequins! I mean really love them! Anything glittery, sparkly or shiny we are there! and what’s better than just normal sequins? Rose gold sequins! Today our good friends Revelry bring us just that, rose gold sequins and lots of them in a variety of stunning designs. Revelry are no strangers to the blog, we love their gorgeous bridesmaids dresses and separates, so when they sent me these gorgeous new additions to their already jaw dropping collection, I knew I had to share them with you! Perfect for the holiday season and perfect for any Boho bride and her bride tribe.