Dennis and Johanna’s Simple and Rustic Grey and White Swedish Barn Wedding by Karolina Ehrenpil Photography
Today we are heading across to Sweden for the gorgeous wedding of Johanna and Dennis. The couple...
This afternoon we are back with another amazing styled shoot for you. I get inundated with awesome shoots, my inbox is literally bulging with amazing Boho inspiration to share with you. Today’s beautiful shoot took place in November of last year at Heartwood and Co, in Victoria, Canada. It was created by a wonderful team of suppliers headed up by Rebecca from rivkah photography. They wanted to create a modern, urban Boho look filled with soft earthy tones and lots of amazing details. This they did in bucket loads and I’m sure you will agree the results are stunning.
Today we are back in North Yorkshire for this gorgeous wedding, brought to you courtesy of A Little Picture Photography. It’s a super cute wedding that shows you no matter the weather your wedding will rock and you will have a fabulous time. Amanda and Matthew worried about the weather for months and on the day it rained ALOT! However, it turned out it didnt matter at all, all that mattered is they had their loved ones around them celebrating their special day. They planned the whole wedding for less than £10,000 which also goes to show that you don’t need to break the bank to have a good time. They filled their guests up on Pimms and ice cream, followed by a slap up BBQ and a huge cake table and a sizeable cheese tower! With homegrown flowers and lots of friends and family pitching in, this wedding is full of personality and a whole lot of love.
Amanda and Matthew were married on 2nd June 2018 at Swaledale Yurts, Keld in North Yorkshire. ‘We had spent a very snowy first wedding anniversary there so it had special memories for us and we wanted to show all of our family and friends this amazing glampsite! We had 100 guests and it took about a year…. ish to plan.’
Here at Boho we LOVE Tipi weddings! Any sort of Marquee or Yurt wedding, but especially Tipi’s. Now it’s summer it really is the perfect time for a Tipi wedding, but did you know that you can hold a Tipi wedding throughout the year, it doesn’t just have to be a summer thing?! If you are in the process of planning a Tipi wedding or considering one, then this two-part blog series from Jacquie at Elite Tents is a must read for you. Jacquie is an absolute expert in her field so she has all the knowledge and advice you need for planning and organising a Tipi wedding. Part One is today and Jacquie will be back this time next week with Part Two.
Since Elite Tents was set up in 2010, I have been involved in planning almost 700 tipi outdoor weddings; I have seen the pitfalls, the details that can sometimes be overlooked, but most importantly those ideas that do work and will ensure that the wedding day is so amazing, memorable and enjoyable for the couple and all their guests that you won’t be surprised to learn that in my opinion the pros massively outweigh the cons.
I am going to outline for you some of the tips which can help the cons be minimised and if you decide to implement them will make your wedding unique, personal and extra special for you, your family and your friends.
Today I have the dreamiest of weddings for you, all the way from beautiful Croatia. Kerstin and Peter LOVE the sea, so wanted to plan a destination wedding away from their home in Austria, so they chose Croatia and looking at these photos you will see why! They chose a totally chilled location, with rustic sea-side decor, drift wood signs, shells and lots of sand. A romantic beach ceremony right next to the sea, followed by a beach hut reception, all captured perfectly by Robert Pljuscec.
Kerstin and Peter were married on 16th June 2017 at Otok Levan, Croatia. ‘We have a big love of the sea, so this location was perfect for us. We had 60 adults, 20 children as guests and it took 6 months to plan.’
Today I am delighted to introduce you to the work of the super talented and all round lovely lady, Sam from Samantha Kay Photography. I have known Sam for a number of years now, way before she became a professional photographer and she has always been a focused, hard-working, kind-hearted individual. After throwing herself whole heartedly into her photography I have seen her work develop very quickly as she has gone from strength to strength. I have featured her weddings Here and Here, so I’m over the moon to feature more of her gorgeous images today. Her style is soft, romantic, candid and very natural. If you are looking for non-posed, unobtrusive photography then Sam is the lady for you, honestly you will not be disappointed!
My cat Pepper (my Little Pipsqueek) who has a little white moustache and clings to me like a spider monkey. Anything that’s duck egg blue/turquoise. Tom hanks and all of his films (especially Splash). Hot chocolate and cheese, but not at the same time. Italy. Being on holiday and exploring new places – I have to be dragged back home by my ankles. Books and bookshops and libraries. The sun! Kindness and lovely people. Photographs!