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Happy Saturday and welcome to your weekend! I hope you are doing something nice and managing to dodge this showery weather!
Today I have the pleasure of bringing you our weekly edition of Boho Pins, and I have an excellent collection of escort cards for you to swoon over! Typically an American tradition, we are now seeing an increasing number of UK brides using them to show some creativity, tie in their theme and escape the dramas of seat-by-seat table planning! Genius. Instead of using a traditional table plan, the guest’s name is placed with the table number they are sitting at. As time has gone by and imaginations have got bigger and better, escort cards have been turned into anything from dainty detailing, to massive installations. They can be a real focal point at any wedding and a great way to tie in any theme you want to incorporate into your day. I can’t pick a favourite from our selection, they are all so fabulous, but I’d love to hear which is your top pin!
Happy Friday everyone, I do hope you have had a good week and that you have something fun planned for the weekend. We are off to Glowworm festival on Sunday, a festival specifically for children, I am SO excited, I just know Dexter is going to love it! I seem to be living out my social life through him these days! But before we can say hello to the weekend we have this super cute handmade Yorkshire wedding for you. It’s filled with no fuss planning, as Greta and Frank planned the whole day in just 3 and half months. They rocked their walking boots and had their portrait shots at Brimham Rocks, while sipping on champagne! Mix in some Brazilian food and a whole lot of Capoeira and we have today’s wonderful handmade wedding, filled with fun, laughter and lots of love. Big thanks to All You Need Is Love Photography for the images.
Greta and Frank were married on the 24th March 2017 at Harrogate register office followed by a reception at Melbourne Centre, York. ‘It was close to our wedding photoshoot location – Brimham Rocks! We had 15 guests to the ceremony, and about 60 at the reception. The wedding took just 3.5 months to plan!’
Good afternoon everyone! How are we doing? Managing to get through this week? Today I have a lovely styled shoot to share with you, held at the rather cool Depot, London. With such a marvellous supplier line up as this, London Local Weddings have really collaborated with the best of their local wedding businesses to showcase all of their talents, and what a talented bunch they are! The level of detailing in this shoot is amazing, and I’m sure you will need to read through this post a few times to appreciate it all! Enjoy!
Today we are taking you to Rimini in Italy for this most gorgeous of Italian countryside weddings courtesy of Studio Fotographico. Anna and Lorenzo created the most stunning of weddings, with the perfect palette of green and white, which complemented their stunning surroundings perfectly. The natural foliage, against the whites of the flowers is both elegant, classic, yet modern at the same time. With the most amazing Italian backdrop, this wedding could only be one thing and that’s gorgeous!
Anna and Lorenzo were married on the 10th of September 2016 in a ceremony at Pieve di Secchiano, followed by a reception at Locanda San Leone, San Leo – Rimini, In Italy. ‘The location we have chosen is really a unique place. An ancient mill of the 3rd century, deep into the countryside hills of Romagna. A labyrinth of delightful nooks and details… it has been the last location we saw and actually, the only one we felt like it suited on us perfectly. I didn’t want to get married in Milan, Romagna is Lorenzo’s place and now, is one of my favorite places. We had 150 guests and the wedding took 1 year to plan.’
As we reach the mid-point of the week, I am already looking forward to the weekend, how about you? Today we are heading across to Essex for this beautiful Gaynes Park Wedding, courtesy of Ilaria Petrucci. Emily and Thomas chose a pretty pastel theme for their day, mixed in with a few bohemian accents and the results are this gorgeous, laid back day filled with amazing flowers and pretty details. I just love Emily’s hair at the end of the day, her flowing blond locks look amazing against the low sunlight.
Emily and Thomas were married on the 26th March 2017 at Gaynes Park in Essex. ‘We loved the fact it was all in one place but in different locations. The wedding in the orangery, the reception in the mill Barn and then the evening food in the gather barn. We also both loved the accommodation and the beautiful long walk and walled gardens. It was everything all rolled into one. We had 78 guests and the wedding took 16 months to plan.’