Today’s wedding sees us head over to Florence for this beautiful destination wedding, courtesy of...
Happy Tuesday everyone! With only one week to go before the big day, I am SO excited for Christmas. What about you? Can you believe this time next week it will be Christmas day!! To celebrate all things Christmas for the rest of the week I will be sharing Christmas inspired weddings with you. We are starting off with the gorgeous wedding of Natasha and Simon, sent in by Giant Invitations and photographed by Rick Liston. Natasha and Simon were married on 21st April 2018 at Projekt 3488 in Victoria, Australia with 80 guests. Although their wedding was in April, I really feel it has a fantastic Christmasy feel to it. I think it is the dark tones of the reception venue mixed with the gorgeous lighting and the red and green flowers and foliage. The wedding had a relaxed, elegant and rustic aesthetic. The ceremony had a beautiful mountain view and their wedding bands were made by the bride and groom at a jewellery workshop. A gorgeous wedding from start to finish.
Happy Monday everyone, we are now officially in the week before Christmas – how very exciting! My working week finishes on Friday as I’m sure many of yours does. I am super busy this week finishing stuff off, writing posts for the christmas holidays and getting everything crossed off my list so I can take a few days off over the Christmas break. I had a Christmas filled weekend and we have more festivities planned this week, the countdown is well and truly on!! Today I have a gorgeous summer wedding to share with you. Charlotte and Tom wanted a laid back wedding so they chose Stanford Farm in Shrewsbury and filled it with music themed details and lots of bright and beautiful sunflowers. The day was captured by Florence Fox.
Charlotte and Tom were married on 11th August 2018 at Stanford Farm in Shrewsbury. ‘We loved the laid back feel of the place and the fact we could put our own stamp on our day. We both grew up in Shropshire and we loved the countryside and views from the farm. We had 80 day guests and 120 in the evening, it took 18 months to plan.’
Happy Friday everyone! I hope you have had a good week? Are you feeling festive? With less than 2 weeks to go I am SO excited for Christmas. It seems especially hectic at the moment though with work, school and finishing off Christmas plans, but the light is at the end of the tunnel, only a few more days and it will be time to stuff our faces, spend time with friends and family and have a good old rest! This weekend we are off to see Peter Pan at the Lyceum in town, which I cannot wait for, then on Sunday we are off on the Santa train! Before that though I am delighted to share with you the lovely wedding of Emily and Benedict. This Eco-friendly couple chose to hold their wedding on Benedict’s family farm, with a gorgeous outdoor ceremony, followed by a tipi reception. The day was filled with vegetarian food, their pet sausage dog, loads of glitter and a massive party! What a way to end the week! Thanks to Sam Box Photography for the photos.
Emily and Benedict were married on 8th September 2018 at At Benedict’s family farm in the Exe valley in Devon where he grew up. The ceremony was held an under oak tree in middle of a field and the reception was in a tipi marquee in the field. ‘It’s our happy place. We live and work near London and we love escaping to Devon for weekends. After we got engaged we were walking the dogs around the farm and we realised we would be crazy not to get married there. We ahd 100 guests and it took 15 months to plan.’
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.