Boho Loves: ID&C Wedding Wristbands for your Festival Style Wedding

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I have featured numerous festival style weddings on the blog over the last few years, the term ‘Wedfest’ comes up so often these days, which just shows how popular festival weddings have become. For this reason, I just know that todays featured supplier is going to be of huge interest to any of you planning a festival style wedding. ID&C  are a company specialising in festival wristbands, not ony for the huge music festivals but also specially designed for weddings. These personally deigned wristbands will be perfect as favours for your guests or to add that finishing touch to any festival, or music themed day.

‘It might sound crazy, at ID&C we have a passion for wristbands. In fact, we’ve spent over 18 years developing our products so that event organisers can rely on us to provide the most advanced and most secure event wristbands available in the UK and around the world.’

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(Photo By Blue Daisy Photography, Full wedding HERE)

ID&C is an award winning supplier of security wristbands and accreditation to the global festival and events industry.  After our founder Chris, aka ‘Boss Man’ practically invented the security wristband back in 1995, our company has stayed ahead of the trend, investing heavily in printing and digital technology, enabling us to create the most advanced security wristbands around.

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Hollie and Tom’s Relaxed Handmade Wedding. By Robertamatis

Todays wedding comes from East Sussex and is a lovely relaxed and chilled out day, FULL of handmade details and decorations. The couple, Hollie and Tom set about creating a wedding that was full of character and personally by making lots of the elements themselves and in doing so managed to keep the costs down. Their day was full of love, laughter and dancing, a perfect combination for any wedding. Thanks to Roberta from  Robertamatis for the images.

‘Full of love, fun, laughter and dancing. Relaxed and intimate’

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Hollie and Tom were married on 4th May at Swallows Oast, Ticehurst, East Sussex. ‘We knew we wanted a barn or oast house and having looked at a few online, this was the first we visited and we fell in love with it immediately and booked it then and there. For the ceremony we had about 50ish guests and for the Reception there were about 120.’

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DIY Tutorial – Spring Wreath

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Springtime is most definitely my favourite season.  Watching the flowers burst into life, the snow and cold disappear and finally being able to hang the washing out on the line (yes I am that person who gets excited over washing on the line).  Today I am happy to bring you this beautiful spring wreath.  You can make it with real flowers or here like Sofia has with artificial flowers to make it last just a little longer.  I love this DIY post.  It’s easy to follow and looks beautiful.  You could make these for decoration at your wedding reception.  They would make a very pretty addition to any wedding.

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Sofia from Sofia Plana tells us more on how to make the spring wreath

It’s  a super easy DIY that you can even do with your family and friends as a crafty evening plan. I used artificial flowers this time because I wanted the wreath to last a long time, but you can also do it with fresh flowers.  All you need extra is floral tape for the stems. (more…)



Rosalyn and Simon’s Cornish Tea Party Beach Wedding. By Captured By Katrina

Happy Monday everyone and welcome along to another jam-packed week at Boho Weddings, did you have a good weekend? Mine was lovely, I spent it with my mum who I don’t get to see very often as she lives on Cornwall, but she came up for a couple of days to see me and Dexter.
Talking of Cornwall, todays wedding takes us to the beautiful beaches of Cornwall for this gorgeous wedding of Ros and Simon. They decided to have a wedding in two parts the day would be spent with a vintage tea party at their local village hall, and the evening as at their local beach cafe for dancing and dinner. A full on day of fun, relaxed, chilled and filled with love. Thanks to Captured by Katrina for the images.

‘A jam packed, busy, varied day, hopefully showcasing our interests and lifestyle. A relaxed, informal, village beginning with a sophisticated beach side evening’

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Rosalyn and Simon were married on 14th March 2015 at St Stythian’s, Stithians in Cornwall. There was an afternoon tea party at the Village hall, Stithians, Cornwall and the reception was held at Gylly Beach Cafe, Falmouth in Cornwall. ‘Well, choosing the Church was easy, we live next door, a grassy meadow separates us from it. When we have our breakfast in the morning, we look over our cottage garden to the church spire and clock. We knew that view would always remind us of our wedding day. Gylly Beach Café was also an obvious choice for us, in fact us wanting it dictated a lot of our wedding plans. Simon runs a water sports business (Gylly Adventures) off the beach and I train there regularly (with Fitness Wild). We love the sea. We love Cornwall. We wanted our guests, many of whom travelled from out of county, to experience an evening on the beach.
Gylly Beach Café don’t do private functions as their regular, loyal customers are of high priority to them, but they very kindly accommodated us, if we had our wedding day out of tourist season: hence our March wedding, and at 6.00pm: allowing for their regular day time customers to not be turned away. So that meant we needed somewhere for our guests to hang out before 6.00pm. The village hall was perfect. Right beside the church, it enabled us to have a relaxed, informal tea party for many guests to mingle. We had an adjoining room which we filled with toys of the children.
I’m not sure how many actually turned up but around 120 at the church ceremony and vintage tea party, of which 70 were invited to the formal sit down diner at Gylly Beach Café. Many of the church guests then joined us for dancing at Gylly after diner. In fact, they managed to catch the speeches too which was great! We sent out the save the date about a year a head of time, we have family and friends scattered all around the world so it was important to us to give them plenty of notice. We booked our music about 6 months ahead and I was collecting vintage tea cups at car boot sales for the year. However after that we didn’t really do much planning until a couple of months before.

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Boho’s Best Bits: W/C 20th April

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Happy Sunday everyone and how are you today? I do hope you are having a lovely weekend? Mine has been wonderful as my mum has come to visit from Cornwall. It was January that we saw her last and since then Dexter has changed so much. It really has been lovely having her here and spending a bit of time together. Today we are off for a day trip out to a wildlife centre juts on the outskirts of Sheffield, mum loves animals as does Dexter so what better way to spend the day together, I can’t wait.
In Boho news Kelly C has a very exciting trip next week, she is off far away and will be reporting back for the blog, all will be revealed on Wednesday, so watch this space.
Now though it’s time to put your feet up and enjoy this weeks best bits, my weekly round-up of the best the wedding world has to offer.


Best Wedding

This weeks best wedding comes from Love my Dress and is full of vintage charm, an amazing industrial venue, which I just LOVE! and the most gorgeous of couples. Photo by Zoe Noble

1930s Decade Decadence – From Love my Dress

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Best DIY

DIY Decorative Tassles – From Style me Pretty

DIY Watercolour Phrase Art – From A Beautful Mess

DIY Floral Nail Art – From Bespoke Bride

DIY Chalkboard Signs – From DIY Weddings Magazine

DIY Sparkle Birdcage Veil – From Southbound Bride

DIY ‘Cheers’ Sign – From Style me Pretty Living

DIY Floral Photo Hoop – From Style me Pretty

DIY Fabric Hoops – From Boho

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Best Photography

Polhawn Fort Wedding in Cornwall – From Helen Lisk

Nicole and Chris – From Joie Lala

Matt and Sarah – From Matt Parry

A London Loft Wedding – From Samuel Docker

Aimee and Lou – From Our Labour of Love

Solsgirth House Wedding – From Photos by Zoe

Ben Howard Live at Leeds Arena – From Tierney Photography




Boho Pins: Top 10 Pins of the Week

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I can’t believe it is Saturday already. Time has flown this week. It has been so busy for me at home. I have been trying to get ahead of myself ready for the Bridal Blogathon (you will hear more about this on Wednesday) next week so all I have done really this week is work. I did however manage to grab a pub lunch on Wednesday and sit in the sun a little. It was delightful! I am shooting a wedding today so I am hoping we get a little time with some sunshine. I hope you have some great plans for this weekend.

Back with todays regular Saturday feature, our Top 10 pins of the week. Kelly H and my favourite picks from accross the intenet. I hope you like our selection.

So here is a selection of our top 10 pins of the week……………..

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IMAGE SOURCE – Love this hair idea and this step by step make it supe easy to follow.

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IMAGE SOURCE – so, so, so, so cute!