Hello you lovely lot and welcome to another wonderful week. I hope you all had...
The Boho Wedding Directory is a hand-picked list of all awesome wedding suppliers in the business, ready to help you plan your Boho wedding. The Directory is located in the main menu bar at the top of each page and is super easy to use. It is split up into suppliers and regions making it easy for you to find the perfect Boho supplier for your wedding.
To make sure you don’t miss any of the wonderful suppliers that have been added to the directory, each week I showcase the suppliers that have joined in a mini update. This weeks new suppliers added to the directory are:
Black Sheep Events secialise in working with DIY and creative couples to push the boundaries of tradition. From the decorations to performers, and those all important fine details, our individually tailored service helps you build your day from the ground up. Our attention to detail and ability to calmly adapt to any situation keeps our couples and their families relaxed and focused on enjoying the occasion.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/black-sheep-events
Booth Nineteen are a Boutique Photo Booth Hire Company with an aim to deliver incredible photo booth packages throughout the south of England. Our uniquely styled, hand crafted photo booths promise to compliment your Boho theme perfectly.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/booth-nineteen-ltdRead More
As we roll into Friday, I don’t know about you but I’m freezing! There I was enjoying the lighter evenings, thinking that spring is on its way and then the January cold snap hits! Dexter is desperate for snow, which we got yesterday and I have a feeling there is a lot more to come! Anyhow it’s Friday so time for the weekend! I’m off to Chester with Nik and Dexter tomorrow for the weekend to visit my good friend Becky and her family, I can’t wait. What about you?
Moving onto today’s awesome wedding and I have a real treat to finish the week! Courtney and Stephen chose an outdoor ceremony which was made even more delightful by the amazing August weather, followed by a super stylish barn wedding. The whole wedding is amazing, but may I just draw your attention to the amazing cake swing….yes a cake swing! The LOVE themed crazy gold, as well as the macramé, slate detailing, perspex and of course the amazing tree centre pieces. WOW what a wedding! Big thanks to Cassandra Lane for the lovely images, Enjoy! And have a fabulous weekend people.
Courtney and Stephen were married on 4th August 2018 at Stock Farm Wedding Barn, Ashley in Cheshire. ‘Ste is a primary school teacher so we wanted to get married in the school holiday when he would have the time off to enjoy it and so we could go on honeymoon afterwards. We really struggled for a summer weekend where all the family was available despite planning 20 months in advance, the day was special to us as it is my dad’s and cousin Sam’s birthday. We had 155 day guests and maybe 30 more in the evening, it took about 20 months to plan.’
Today I am taking you to Michigan for the delightful wedding of Jeana and Nolan. With an epic engagement story, this gorgeous couple have been together since they were 16 years old and Jeana had been dreaming of getting married at Greencrest Manor for many of those years. The day was filled with the most touching first look, a lot of DIY decoration, which was coordinated by the bride herself, as well as the most delicious tacos and of course a doughnut wall. With flowers by Bloominous and photography by Emma Quinn this day is just perfect for this loved up couple.
Jeana and Nolan were married on 8th September 2018 at Greencrest Manor Estate Bed & Breakfast in Michigan. ‘The beautiful manor, the house looked to be from France/Europe and it the grounds/greenery were everything I could dream of! I didn’t even look anywhere else as soon as we got engaged I knew exactly where I wanted the wedding to be! We had 200 guests, We had a short engagement 6 months!’
This afternoon we are talking about one of my very favourite subjects…Food! When it comes to planning your wedding, choosing the correct food is up there with choosing you perfect dress and the best entertainment. Making sure your guest’s tummies are full is a sure-fire way to make sure you have a succesful wedding. But where to start? It may seem pretty baffling to begin with but with a little bit of help from us and the wonderful guys at Goose and Berry we have all the answers for you. So read on and in next to no time you will have everything you need to help you book your perfect caterer.
So you’ve pinned down a venue, bagged the outfits, and started having nightmares about where you will sit boozy uncle Alan. Before you get too carried away with favours, pinholes and gospel choirs, you need to focus for a few more moments to choose your caterer…
Many venues should have a list of pre-approved caterers to suit a variety of budgets and style; this is a great starting point. If a caterer of interest is not on their accredited list, then most reasonable venues will be happy to allow them to work in the venue, provided that they have the proper insurances, health and safety contingencies and a solid reputation.
If you are planning a wedding at home or at a venue which does not have a preferred list, then chat with your friends, family and other suppliers to see if they have any recommendations. For garden weddings, most marquee suppliers will have a list of caterers that they frequently work closely alongside.
A search for local companies on Google, or blogs who feature in your area or venue, will discover caterers situated close to your wedding location with lower transport charges, which means more budget is freed up for that extra canape!
Today I am taking you back to the good old summer of 2018, when the sun shone, we were winning at football and everything in the world was good! Bring on the wedding of Rosy and George, who picked one of the most delightful days in the year to tie the knot. They did so in rustic farm glory by holding the ‘feasting reception’ on the grounds of Rosy’s parent’s farm. They describe their day as ‘home-made’ and hugely personal. Having the wedding on the farm meant that the food was all sourced from them, the meat and the veg! All cooked to perfection resulting in a true feast for their guests. They had glamping, glitter, fabulous rustic decoration and of course the amazing sunshine. All brought to you by the wonderful Jennifer Jane Photography .
Rosy and George were married on 7th July 2018 at Holy Trinity Church, Burrington, Devon and Higher Hacknell Farm, Burrington, Devon (brides parents farm) ‘I had always dreamed of holding the reception on my parents’ farm, so it only seemed to be natural to get married in the local Church where I was christened and where I have many happy memories from primary school events. We had 96 during the day and roughly another 50 evening guests. I started planning from the moment we got engaged in May, so roughly 13 months.’