This week I am holiday, enjoying a lovely break in Cornwall with Nik, but while I’m away I thought it would be a good time to give a shout out for my regular Monday DIY Post.
As regular readers will know every Monday afternoon I post a DIY tutorial and have been doing so for quite some time now. I have had regular contributes to the blog, while others come along and dipped in and dipped out. Some tutorials have come from suppliers, some from DIY bloggers, while others have come from brides.
All the past DIY Tutorials can be found HERE
Now if your a regular reader of the blog you will know all this already, so why do I need you? Well I am now looking for new contributors to the blog, new DIY fans who can offer regular or one of tutorials to be shared with the Boho readers.
Are you a wedding supplier who has some DIY tips to share with my readers? Are you a bride or groom wanting to share your DIY projects with other like minded DIY brides? Are you a DIY Blogger or crafter looking for a platform to showcase your blog and your ideas?
If any of these are you then you need to get in contact.
I am Looking for:
Any DIY tutorials that are wedding related, these can be ♥ stationery ♥ favours ♥ decoration ♥ flowers ♥ gifts ♥ as well as house related items ♥ recipes ♥ outfits ♥ and hair and make up tutorials.
All I ask is:
- Each Tutorial has clear step by step instructions, including a list of ‘ingredients’ and a clear ‘to do’ list
- Along with the instructions I will need clear step by step photos, including a beginning, middle and end product. These don’t necessarily need to be professional, but they need to be of a good enough standard to use on the blog. If you haven’t taken the photos yourself I will need the photographers details to credit them.
- If you are a supplier or blogger or run your own crafting business I will need your full website/facebook/twiter details and a mini bio to add to the bottom of the post.
To get in contact email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please don’t send me the complete tutorial on first contact, just a brief introduction and an idea of the tutorial, or tutorials you have in mind and how often you think you can submit work.
As I mentioned I am currently on holiday, so you will get an out of office if you email this week, but I will make sure I reply to everyone when I get back on 24th June.
Thanks so much
There will be no Best Bits today I’m afraid, instead a personal post to celebrate my 4th year of marriage.
I haven’t written a personal post for a while now; this year so far has been pretty much about keeping my head down, getting on with my work, while trying my best to find a happy work/life balance.
So today I just wanted to write a little post for my amazing husband, Nik, to say congratulations on our 4th year of marriage and thank him for always being my rock, the one who keeps my feet on the grown and keeps me sane.
Welcome along to another edition of Boho Pins, where I delve into my pinterest board collection and choose one to share with you. If you’re planning a wedding then pinterest is the perfect visual planning tool. Fantastic for putting ideas together and keeping all your ideas organised! You can find me here pinterest.com/bohoweddings and I update my boards on a daily basis!
Today I am looking at Veils. There are so many decisions when choosing your wedding outfit, once your dress has been chosen the next part is to finish it off with a veil, but which one will you choose? with so much choice these days and so many different styles it can be hard to know which one to pick. But a veil can really add a sense of style to your wedding day. A Blusher veil, or birdcage veil can work perfectly for a 50s style wedding dress, while a Bouffant works for a 60s style dress. There are different lengths from flyaway, shoulder, elbow, fingertip, ballerina, chapel to cathedral. If you are looking for something with more detail then a Mantilla may be for you with the lace detailing around the edge and if you are looking to go for a full Boho look then the cape veil may be for you. When I got married I did’t wear a veil, simply because I was getting married abroad I didn’t want any extra material around me, due to the heat. However if I had a full wedding in the UK I’m sure I would have had one. I’d love to know what you are planning for your big day, are you having a veil and if so which sort? and if your not why have you chosen not to? You can see my full Veils pinterest board HERE.
Photo source: Birdcage veil, black and white Mantilla, knotted veil, veil with bow, couple sitting on wall, veil blowing in the wind, long cape veil, black and white naked bride, veil with flower crown, Bouffant veil, Mantilla lace edged, black and white full head veil, veil with bag and flowers, full face birdcage.
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As you know the Blog also has it’s own Wedding Directory in the Form of Boho Loves - Fabulous Suppliers. The Directory is a hand picked list split up into suppliers and regions making it super easy for you to find the perfect Boho supplier for your wedding day. The Directory was started in January so it is still in its early stages but it is growing every week.
Just to make life that bit easier for you and to make sure you don’t miss any of the wonderful suppliers that are getting added to the directory, each week I will showcase the suppliers I have added that week. If you are a supplier and you are interested in getting onto the the directory then email me email@example.com for an application form.
Bespoke wedding organisers, here to assist you on your big day. Combining an extensive skillset to deliver results above and beyond expectations. Whether planning the whole day, or just a small part, Collection 26’s expert team is here to help. Comfortable with weddings big and small, across all budgets
More Information www.boho-weddings.com/collection-26
Trading for over 20 years, the English Cheesecake Company was founded by Philip and Alan, two dessert-freaks with a passion for all things cake-shaped. The company produces 200 different cheesecakes and cakes exploring sweet combinations such as Strawberries and Queen, Chocolate Profiterole Smash or White Chocolate Truffle. Wedding cheesecakes can be formed of three, five or seven tiers adorned with full sized cheesecakes, miniature cheesecakes or new cheesecake cupcakes. One flavour or mixed flavours can be combined to provide a wonderful centre piece for your wedding celebrations.
More Information www.boho-weddings.com/english-cheesecake-company
Polkadot Stationery creates modern, design-led wedding stationery. Their trend-driven approach brings a whole new dimension to the wedding world, with new ranges being added constantly there’ll always be a design to suit your individual style, from rustic to modern. Bold colours, cute illustrations and beautiful typography create their gorgeous products.
More Information www.boho-weddings.com/polkadot-stationery
This afternoon we welcome back Carys to Diary of a Boho Bride. Last time Carys told us all about her UK Wedding Party, which will take place when she gets back from her wedding in Greece. Today Carys is introducing us to her Bridesmaids and flower girl, while talking through the outfits she has chosen for them. I have to say I do love the sound of the bridesmaids outfits, the Grecian style is right up my street and the colours sound lovely!
I’ll pass the blog over to Carys……………
So having set the scene for our Greek wedding this September I thought I’d tell you all today about three members of the very important team behind my big day in Cephalonia…introducing Team Bridesmaid!
After Aaron and I got engaged in the Peloponnese (nearly a year ago now!), I think I spent the whole plane ride home planning our wedding day which is all of a sudden less than 90 days away. One of the easiest decisions for me was deciding on the beautiful girls that would walk before me up the hill to our little Greek chapel in Assos.
Introducing Catya – Our star flowergirl
Taking the very important and extremely cute role of flowergirl is Aaron’s cousin Catya. Like me, Catya absolutely adores Aaron and loves spending time with him, as he does her. Ever since we asked her to be our flowergirl she has been saving up for her first ever holiday abroad. Catya, who turns five next year, asks her Mum daily “when are we going to Greece?” and quickly pops any money she sees lying around the house into her piggy bank for her big trip – which has led to Grandma having to hide her purse away!!
Yay it’s Friday! I’m happy to see the end of the week not because it has been a bad week, just because it’s my wedding anniversary on Sunday and Nik and I are off for a week in Cornwall. We have a lovely night planned at the Fowey Hall Hotel, which is a very special place for us, as this is where we held the legal part of our wedding, before we held our wedding blessing in Ibiza. I’m really looking forward to a week away form the office, we will be staying with my mum for part of the week and she has no wifi or 3G so a totally unplugged break for me. Don’t worry though I am currently busy scheduling all my posts so that you have lots of wedding pretty to keep you occupied wile I’m away!
So onto the last wedding of the week and it comes form Neil Jackson. It’s a super cute intimate wedding that spread over 2 days. Day 1 was the ceremony and afternoon tea party, while day 2 was the evening reception complete with Photo Booth.
‘Small intimate wedding with our closest friends and family and lots of cake!! Exactly how we’d imagined it and it was us to a T!’
Emma and Jeremy were married on 2nd May at Ox Pasture Hall, Scarborough for the wedding and afternoon tea and East Ayton Lodge, East Ayton, Scarborough for the evening party the following day. ‘We chose these venues because they were local with beautiful countryside surroundings, plus we were able to get married outside in the courtyard in the sunshine and have afternoon tea. There were 26 guests (28 including us) and it took about a year to plan.’