Happy Tuesday everyone. I hope you are all well and happy today and hopefully enjoying...
Today I have some wonderful news for all our US readers (of which I know there are many) If you are a fan of beautiful designs, luscious fabrics, a bit of sexy glam mixed with a sprinkling of tradition then this post is just for you!
I introduced you to The Wedding Garter Company back in February and shared with you a bit more info about the company along with some stunning images. Since then they have gone global, and have now spread their wings to the US!
“We are keen to let all the US readers of Boho know that they now have a Wedding Garter Co site all of their very own. I still get excited sending our pieces to the states, if it’s somewhere I haven’t heard of I can rarely resist a quick Google search! Even though the Atlantic is between us shipping still only takes 5-7 days and we have extended our no quibble returns to 28 days. So looking forward to sending even more of our beautiful and traditional English garters to the great USA!” (Sarah Jane – Designer)Read More
Todays wedding has a special place in my heart, not only because it is set in the heart of Sheffield but because the ceremony room is the very same room we used for Dexter’s naming ceremony back in June of this year! Corinne and Neil chose an intimate pub venue for the reception, not ony did they visit this pub frequently but this is where Corinne’s parent met! (how sweet!) They also enlisted the help of many friends and family to help supply many of the wedding elements from the flowers to the cake, the decorations to the stationery. It really was all hands on deck for this wedding and the results are fantastic. Big thanks to Ellie Grace Photography for the images.
Corinne and Neil were married on 7th August 2015 at Sheffield Town Hall and the reception was held at The Broadfield Pub. ‘We knew we wanted a small, Sheffield-based wedding and were finding it difficult to find the right place for us. We were having tea at the Broadfield pub, which we do quite often, and thought we’d have a look at the function room upstairs even though we’d previously discounted it for being too small. However, when we actually saw it we loved it. The room, along with the fact that the food is amazing, made us choose that venue. The fact that my parents met there was a nice little coincidence too! There were 26 guests in the day. Around another 20 or 25 people joined us in the evening and it took 6 months to plan.
This afternoon we have this beautiful collection to share with you from Anna Campbell. Anna’s collections are always full of the most delicate and beautiful Embellishments. This collection is one of my favourites of Anna’s, delicate, dreamy with class and a little bit of sexy yet beautiful thrown in. Imagine slipping into one of these dresses on your wedding day? Who wouldn’t feel a million dollars in one of these gowns!
Todays wedding is a super stylish day with some top-notch photography courtesy of Matt Parry Photography. Katie and Mark’s London wedding is set in Islington (where I was born) and is a visual feast from start to finish. With giant balloons, amazing cakes, fantastic flowers and a super gorgeous bride and groom, this wedding is modern mixed with classic romance. I just love it.
Katie and Mark were married on 31st June 2015 at Islington Town Hall and The Dolls House. ‘Islington is the borough where we live and bought our first home together. It felt right to get married ‘at home’ in a place that will always be special to us – plus the fact that Islington Town Hall is incredibly pretty! We had 100 guests in total and planning it took 6 months from engagement to the wedding.’
This afternoon we are talking jewellery, wedding and engagement rings to be exact! I don’t often talk about jewellery on the blog, mainly because I think it’s a very personal thing and also because I find a lot of the companies offering wedding jewellery are all pretty similar. However today I’d like to introduce you to Celtic Wedding Rings a wedding jewellery company offering you something a bit different. They mix modern designs with celtic motifs and the results are beautiful and unique engagement rings and wedding bands. I’m sure you are going to love them.