Well here we are Friday, am I happy to see you! How are you all?...
Today we welcome back our good friends Revelry to the blog. Revelry are no strangers to the blog, we love their bridesmaids outfits and have featured their gorgeous styles a number of times. Today they are showing off their stunning collection of Autumn (or Fall as they like to call it in America) outfits. From rich winter berry to cool blue, off the shoulder, strappy, full sleeves, sequins, chiffon, knee length, full length, there really is a style to suit everyone. If you are looking for a colour way to fit in with your Autumn wedding, then look no further, Revelry has it covered.
Happy Monday everyone, I hope you are all well and happy? How was your weekend? Mine was lovely. We tried to have a slightly more chilled out weekend, so it was nice and relaxed, because as of next weekend our Christmas celebrations begin. Yes, I know, it’s still only November but I just adore Christmas and want it to start ASAP, there seems to be so much that spills out into November these days, so I will be embracing all things Christmas as of next weekend! Today though, I have the most gorgeous California wedding to share with you. Lia and Jason were married on 27th May 2017 at Mountain Ranch, Lia’s family home in California. They wanted an non-traditional wedding, filled with Mexican influence, good food and a party atmosphere and this is what they got. All captured perfectly by Kristen Marie.
Lia and Jason decided to go the non-traditional route for their wedding in Mountain Ranch, California. They got married at her father’s farmhouse ranch, complete with a wrap around porch, a 100 year old oak tree, and a beautiful white horse. Instead of the traditional processional, Lia and Jason marched with their bridal party and two dogs, behind a five piece mariachi band. Their 200+ guests dined on barbecued meats, mac n’ cheese, and cornbread at long Kings tables. Cookies and mini cakes were set at the dinner table, because, hey we’re all adults here and can eat dessert whenever we feel like it! This wedding was truly unique and had personal touches all over the place. From carrots and apples for the horse, to a late night nacho bar, not a single detail was forgotten!
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:
Paper Skeleton creates design led stationery for style conscious couples looking to set the tone of their wedding day with a true tactile experience. With three design services to choose from; ‘Tailored Collections’, ‘Zine-Vites’ and ‘Go Bespoke’, you can truly get the stationery you want to suit your style and budget.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/paper-skeleton
Calling all; Fairy-light-lovers, rebels and ravers, dancefloor divas, boho brides with retro vibes, DIYers and upcyclers, mountain climbers and deep sea divers, rule-breakers, thrill-seekers, trend-setters, globetrotters and explorers … I want to photograph your wedding!
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/all-you-need-is-love-photography
I know it’s hard to remember now we are in full on Autumn but this Summer was AMAZING! The weather was hot, the sun shone and the world was filled with happiness. Well, to jog your memory, we have today’s wedding of Sam and Mary who were lucky enough to get married in the Summer of 2018. Their day is filled with so much colour and sunshine, colourful decor, a woodland ceremony and a marquee big enough to hold their whopping guest count of 250 people. There was street food, a Ceilidh band, loads of bright bunting and a big old party! Nick Rutter Photography was there to capture the day.
Sam and Mary were married on 26th May 2018 at Partyfield, Sturminster Marshall, Dorset. ‘We had both agreed that we didn’t want a wedding that was traditional, we also decided that we wanted a venue that allowed us to invite whoever we wanted and meant that we didn’t have to limit who could attend the ceremony and who could only come to the reception. Finding somewhere that could cater to our guesstimate guest list of 250 was a challenge but eventually we found Party Field, an outdoor venue near Sturminster Marshall. Is it essentially how it sounds, one massive field, but when we visited, we both fell in love with the woodland area with a wooden platform where we wanted our service to be held. We didn’t properly start planning our wedding until the beginning of 2017 – we both had other things to focus on and the wedding took a back seat after we got engaged. It took about a year to plan properly.’
How is it Thursday already? I don’t know about you but this week is flying by for me! Today I am taking you across to the aAtlantic to Arkansas for the gorgeous wedding of Brianna and Taylor. The couple wanted an intimate wedding to focus on just them and their family. They held the most gorgeous outdoor ceremony with stunning first look and fabulous flowers. This was followed by an amazing barn reception that was dressed and decorated beautifully. The evening shots are my favourite, that golden light is just lovely, captured perfectly by Kylie Farmer.
Brianna and Taylor were married on 31st May 2018 at Royal Ridge Barn in Royal, Arkansas. ‘The alter was near a cliff with a gorgeous sunset in the background. We decided to get married there because it showed God’s beautiful creation and we wanted that to be present during our wedding because He is who joins us and makes us man and woman. The reception was held in a barn at the same venue! It was a very small wedding, just about 30 people.’