Sometimes a wedding doesn’t need loads of fancy details and decoration. Sometimes the venue does...
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:
Natural, informal, beautiful wedding photography telling the story of your day through images of you laughing your heads off! I love working with relaxed couples who choose fun over traditions and want a photographer that will blend in with their guests capturing the moments as they happen.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/delicious-photography
Hayley’s Piped Dreams offer luxury wedding cakes in North Wales. Your wedding cake should reflect your personality and style and tie in with the feel of your magical day, but most importantly it should be delicious, something that you and your guests will talk about long after the last crumbs have been enjoyed!
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/hayleys-piped-dreams
Happy Friday everyone, I hope you have made it through this week of horrendous weather in one piece! Roll on spring is all I can say! I am currently dreaming of sunny days, sandals and ice creams in the park! To give you a bit of spring sunshine and gorgeous bright colours, I am taking you back to May of last year for the wedding of Clare and Ed courtesy of Laura at Babb Photo . It’s such a gorgeous industrial style wedding, filled with so many vibrant colours! I just love Clare’s Temperley gown and as for those flowers, I adore them! Happy Friday everyone, here’s wishing you a fun-filled weekend.
Clare and Ed were married on Saturday 20th May 2017. ‘We decided that we wanted a spring/summer wedding and therefore had over a year to plan. Clare grew up in Bristol and wanted a venue that reflected how great the city is. We loved the industrial style of Paintworks. It was great because the space is so flexible, we were able to choose our own decorations and put our own style on everything.
We also needed somewhere that could hold a large number of people as we both have quite big families! We decided to have the ceremony in Clare’s parents local church as we knew it would be personal and the vicar is a friend of the family.’
As we head towards the latter part of the week and we can’t seem to shift this terribly cold, wet, sleety and snowy weather we have had all week. I thought it might be a little treat to take you off to somewhere warm and sunny. Today’s wedding comes from very sunny and very warm Santorini and it is bound to put a smile on your face! Santorini always had a special place in the hearts of Melissa and Robert, and having visited it a few years ago for a friend’s wedding, I can see why. The views are to die for, the sun is guaranteed and hospitality is more than welcoming. This wedding just goes to show that it isn’t the details and the decor that make a wedding. Weddings are about love, celebration and making sure all your friends and family have a good time! And my oh my, did Melissa and Robert’s friends and family have a good time! So much dancing and so many smiles, all captured perfectly by Carla Blain photography.
Melissa and Robert were married on 30th September 2017 at Santo winery and Pyrgos restaurant, Santorini, Greece. ‘We fell in love with the island, its so romantic and pretty we knew this had to be the destination! We had 60 guests and it took 18 months to plan’
January is the time for looking at the upcoming year and discussing what is going to be on trend, not only in the wedding world, but in fashion and interiors and all areas of design. As a wedding blogger I often get asked to predict trends for weddings, so today I have enlisted the help of Charlotte Nichols Weddings . Charlotte is here to give us her expert design and planning knowledge, as she shares with us her hottest wedding colour predictions for this year.
Happy 2018! If you are a newbie bride-to-be, a very warm welcome to the wonderful, and often mind-boggling, world of weddings. Don’t worry, you are not alone and luckily you have all us wedding nerds to walk you through the process. With a new year brings a new influx of wedding trends, and 2018 is set to be a big year for going bold and being brave.
Personally, I am not a great fan of the term ‘trends’. At Charlotte Nichols Weddings we are all about design-led and effortlessly unique weddings that are the perfect reflection of you as a couple. That means, crafting one-of-a-kind, artistic designs that are overwhelmingly authentic and timelessly sophisticated. Basing your wedding design on trends alone will mean that you look back in several years time and wonder what on earth you were thinking! Having said that, I do off course have my favourites and the influence of trends on our design choices is inevitable. And sometimes, big, bold trends give us the ‘permission’ we have been seeking to push outside of the box / beyond the boundaries.
When we talk about wedding design or style, naturally one of the first things that will come to mind is colour. Colour has a HUGE impact on the overall aesthetics of the wedding day and, as such, can play a big part in the overall experience – which is what it’s all about right? So let’s delve a little deeper into the what hues will be hot this year!
So let’s just say that the 2018 Pantone Colour of the year has caused some controversy within the wedding industry. Some being reminded of the days of the ‘Dairy Milk Wedding’, and others excited to start experimenting with what Pantone describe as a “dramatically provocative and thoughtful purple shade.” But needless to say, this love-it-or-hate-it shade is going to have a presence in this year’s colour palettes, even if just subtle touches for an element of mysterious luxury.
And because I am all about ‘the understated wow’ and helping brides achieve that effortless style, my take on the pantone colour of the year is all about putting the cool back into cadburys.
Touches of ultra violet could come to play in your stationery; think about including crystal elements such as amethyst, perhaps an injection of colour into your tablescape with vibrant purple glassware, or incorporating the shade in some funky neon signage to add some personality and fun to your event (also predicted to be a big trend for 2018).
Todays wedding has so many things that I just LOVE. Bright and bold florals, gold accents, sequin bridesmaids dresses, food trucks and festoon lighting! All these aspects pulled together, really do make for the perfect wedding. Phuong and Andy were married on 12th November at Mercury Hall in Austin, Texas. Their wedding planner named their wedding ‘tropical Boho glam’ and I’m sure you will agree that she got the styling spot on. The amazing blooms realy steal the show, as do Phuong’s two wedding dresses and beautiful smile! A perfect mix of tropical meets Texas, all captured beautifully by Lisa Woods Photography.