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Today we are in Guildford for the very lovely farm wedding of Chloe and Mark. Chloe and Mark chose High Billinghurst Farm as it gave them the barn venue that they always wanted. It also meant that they could customise their day just as they wished. They went for a festival theme and kept the day relaxed and chilled out. Adding in an abundance of beautiful bright and colourful flowers, as well as some gorgeous decorations and details. They chose curry for their wedding breakfast, which set the tone for the rest of the night. A fun-filled party with lots of smiles and so much fun. Big thanks to Nikki Vandermolen for the fab images.
Chloe and Mark were married on 16th September, 2017 at High Billinghurst Farm in Dunsfold just outside Guildford. ‘We got legally married at Guildford Registry Office on the Friday which was very short and sweet. We then had a proper ceremony with a celebrant at High Billinghurst on the Saturday in front of all our friends and family. We worked with the celebrant to write our whole ceremony so this was really special to us. It was also great to make a whole weekend of it. We always wanted an informal barn wedding, somewhere where we could feel comfortable and ourselves. High Billinghurst Farm was the perfect venue for us because we could completely customise the day, it’s a blank canvas so we could bring in our own booze, caterers, entertainment and decorate it how we liked. They also have a glamping field which lots of our guests stayed in which was a nice touch. There were 110 day guests and an additional 30 in the evening. It took 16 months to plan.’
Today I am delighted to welcome one of our most loyal photographers to the blog, Stacy Paul Photography. Stacy has been submitting weddings to me for years now. I don’t think there is one wedding that she has sent me that I haven’t agreed to feature. She gets to work with the best brides and grooms and always creates the most amazing memories for them. Today it’s the turn of Abby and Aaron, who had the most magical of days. Abby wears one of my favourite Anna Campbell gowns, and they were married in the most gorgeous of outdoor ceremonies. The heavens opened during the ceremony. They braved the wet weather along with their guests and the results are these amazing photos and the most wonderful wedding.
Abby and Aaron were married on 30th September, 2017 at Prairie Glenn Barn at Gable Oaks Ranch. Plant City, Florida. ‘I found this venue on Pinterest and the pictures were like a fairy tale. I didn’t think it could be that beautiful in real life. I went and toured it (it was the first venue I saw) and it turned out it was just as beautiful as in the pictures. I knew I had to get married there, under the oak trees. We had 100 guests and booked the date 1 year and 1 month in advance. The real work didn’t start ramping up until about 6 months in advance.’
Good afternoon everyone, I hope your Monday is going well. It is about to get a lot brighter as I welcome the very lovely Revelry back to the blog. Revelry are regulars to the blog, as I just love their huge selection of stylish bohemian bridesmaids outfits at prices that won’t break the bank. Today I would like to introduce you to their stunning off the shoulder range, which is the perfect addition to any boho wedding, along with their gorgeous range of bridesmaids separates. All of these dresses are super stylish, great quality and come in a number of colours and sizes. They are based in the USA but have worldwide shipping, and prices as little as £120. What’s not to love!
Happy Monday everyone, it’s only 2 weeks now till Christmas, how excited are you? I am SO excited! I absolutely LOVE Christmas! I hope you had a good weekend and managed to partake in some festive activities. Did you get snow? Sheffield is covered and oh so cold! So to warm you up on this rather chilly December morning, I have this super cute wedding from August this year, when the weather was warm and sunny, courtesy of the lovely Samantha Kay Photography. Jade and Ross were lucky enough to hold their reception in Ross’s parents garden, and filled it with a wonderful eclectic mix of decoration. Hay bales, fairy lights, pinata’s, feathers, throws, and a whole array of other wonderful items. The garden looks amazing, as do Jade and Ross. Beautiful flowers, delicious food, an amazing looking cake, the whole wedding is one marvelous celebration of love, laughter and all planned amazingly in just 8 weeks!
Jade and Ross were married on 12th August, 2017 at a ceremony at St Albans church in the beautiful village of Tattenhall, with a reception in Ross’s parents garden down the road to celebrate with everyone followed by The Barbour Institute in Tattenhall for night-time partying. Tattenhall is where Ross’s Mum and Dad live and he grew up in the village after the family moved from Southend-on-Sea 16 years ago. It’s very pretty and peaceful. We wanted personal touches and a relaxed, eclectic vibe. We loved moving from the garden to the night party. It kept things fresh! Plus I had more spaces to fill full of vintage/bohemian/romantic things. We had 135 guests in the day 160 evening and we planned it just 8 weeks!
Happy Saturday everyone and MERRY CHRISTMAS!! Now we are well into December I am SO excited for Christmas. Our Christmas celebrations started a couple of weeks ago, so we are well into the Christmas spirit in our house. To celebrate all things Christmas, for the next three weeks we will be looking at different christmas topics in our Boho Pins feature. This week we are looking at Christmas Decorations. We put our tree and decorations up last weekend, but I still want to buy more and more decorations, I think I’m becoming obsessed! So this post has been a great one to put together. From alternative Christmas trees, to DIY projects, there is something here for everyone! Enjoy!
Image Source: How cute are these mini Christmas trees in bottles, I need these in my life!
Image Source: I have been doing a lot of crafting with Dexter so far over Christmas and I know he would LOVE to make this.