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This afternoon on the blog we are concentrating on all you winter brides! When you think of Boho it may conjure up visions of summer meadows, flowing gowns and endless sunshine, but you can do Boho style in the winter as well. This stunning new collection from BHLDN is a great example of how you can mix the free-spirited bohemian style, with the crisp styling of winter. We love BHLDN here at Boho, they just get it ‘right’ every time and this new ‘Snowed in’ collection is no different. The feathers, the long sleeves, cover ups and flowing lace are all gorgeous and would make any winter bride feel extra special and super stylish.
“Snowed In” is here. Shot in a private residence on the edge of Inca Lake at Ski Portillo in Chile, the imagery showcases the perfect looks for trend-focused, winter-weather brides. Ethereal, romantic gowns like the Felicity and Pique are layered with faux-fur and feathered jackets like the Brecken Shrug and Antoinette Wrap for a textural look that is both feminine, and frothy.
Cozy cover-ups like the Ethereal Sweater keep the winter winds at bay, while eye-catching embellishments in hair and jewelry shine against Chile’s otherworldly terrain.
Happy Monday everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. What did you get up to? Mine was filled with friends, family, good food and lots of love from my baby boy….perfect! This week on the blog we have some amazing weddings to share with you, starting with this sixties themed, mini garden festival wedding, which took place Sophie’s Nana’s back garden! Both Sophie and Stuart are BIG music fans, and as they met whilst gigging around the same places, they knew that music was always to play a big part in their day. Their band even played in the evening, with Sophie taking star turn on vocals! They also ‘went to town’ with their decoration, incorporating music in so many ways, along with a touch of sixties psychedelic! It was a really fun-filled day, complete with so many smiles and laughter and an awesome party, not forgetting the amazing food! Big shout out to the talented Andy Gaines who took the brilliant photos.
Sophie and Stuart were married on 27th May 2017 in a ceremony which took place at St Mary’s Church in Haxby, York followed by a marquee reception in Sophie’s Nana’s house in the Village. ‘Sophie grew up in this area and we both currently live with Sophie’s Nana in a flat above the main house. She has a large garden and we wanted to have a wedding venue that we could have total freedom to make our own. So we hired a marquee which we personalised with our 60’s inspired retro decor theme. It was about 18 months of planning and organising although i’d say that we really focused on it a lot closer to the date! We had 120 guests for the daytime and another 80 for the evening reception. So about 200 in total.’
Yay for the weekend! How are you all? Things have changed a little round here since Laura left the blog, it will be just me here on a Saturday now with our regular Boho Pins post, as I share with you my favourite pins from Pinterest each week. This week I have chosen Asian Weddings and I really was spoilt for choice when I started looking. The amount of colour is amazing, the bright and vibrant designs and detailing is just wonderful. With flamboyant fabrics, highly decorated marquees, oh and the odd elephant thrown into the mix, what’s not to love! I hope you enjoy my selection
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:
Daria Nova is a nostalgic documentary wedding photographer based in South West London and Surrey. My style is natural, unobtrusive and gentle. I create beautiful creative photographs with a focus on people and genuine celebrations of love, while melting into the background and quietly capturing your wedding day in a way which feels like you.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/daria-nova-photography
We are Storytellers who love to tell your story your way. We capture your special moments as they happen naturally. We allow the moments to happen as they happen crafting these into an artistic films. We use professional high quality video, sound and editing equipment to produce your videos. We look forward to telling your story.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/storytellers-wedding-studio
Happy Friday everyone! How are you and how has your week been? It’s been a busy one here at Boho HQ but I’m now looking forward to what the weekend has in store. So far I have lots of family time planned and also meeting up with friends, eating good food and hopefully enjoying a bit of the outdoors if it doesn’t rain too much.
Today we’re heading off to Manchester City Centre for this wonderfully laid back and relaxed wedding from Blog sponsor Dan Hough. Neill and Pip wanted a fun packed day but also wanted to keep to a reasonable budget, which they did by hiring street food instead of a traditional wedding caterer, and from these pictures they made the right decision! They also did a lot of other things themselves, like sourcing the food for the dessert tables, arranging the table flowers themselves and not going over board on the wedding outfits. A really fun and stylish wedding – the perfect way to finish off the week!
Neill and Pip were married on 24th June 2017 at Manchester Town Hall with a reception at Hope Mill Theatre in Ancoats. ‘We were engaged for around 20 months but we planned all the big things within the first month. I then started to look at the smaller details around 3 months before the wedding. We didn’t want it to take over our lives so didn’t spend that much time planning it. We really just wanted a party! We chose Manchester Town Hall for it’s beautiful architecture and Hope Mill for its wonderfully relaxed vibe. We had 90 guests in the day, and 110 in the night.’