Becky’s Diary: Out and About in London – Ted Baker Bridal Dinner and Riki Dalal Haute Couture Bloggers Experience
This afternoon I am delighted to welcome back our London reporter Becky to the blog....
I am delighted to bring an absolutely gorgeous shoot to the blog today! From woodland to the beach, this real couple took the shoot to a couple of locations to make the most of the wonderful settings. The magical jewel tones look stunning both against the lush forest and white-washed shoreline, and I love the bold blooms, colour pop candles and incredible headpiece. Just stunning! With thanks to Caroline Ross Photography for the images today, I know you are going to love this one.
Welcome to another wonderful week of weddings here on the blog, we have a jam-packed week planned for you, starting off with this fabulous Mexican ‘Day of the Dead’ themed wedding which is going to rock your monday into shape! After going to a huge number of weddings themselves over the space of two years, Becky and Andy decided they wanted their wedding to be something different, so they chose a super bright and fun ‘Day of the Dead’ theme with all the wonder and excitement that Mexico brings! With paper lanterns, beautifully bright flowers, 100 hand-painted sugar skulls and the most amazing looking red velvet wedding cake, this wedding is brimming with amazing details and fun-filled decor. Plus they managed to plan the whole thing in just 5 months! Big thanks to Stephen Duncan Photography for the fab images.
Becky and Andy were married on the 14th May 2016 at Islington Metal Works. ‘We live in central London and wanted our venue to be as close to home as possible (about a 15 minute taxi in the end!). We’d been to 15-20 weddings the previous 24 months which were all variations of the barn/stately home theme, so were keen for something a bit more unusual. We actually got legally married the day before, just with our families, at the Islington Town Hall just up the road. We had 110 guests and the wedding took 5 months to plan.’
Welcome to the weekend everyone and to another edition of Boho Pins, where we delve into the Boho Pinterest boards. Today we are looking at Farm Weddings! We feature a lot of farm weddings here at Boho – we just love the animals and rustic DIY elements it can bring! A fun day that’s for sure…just don’t forget your wellies! You can see the full Farm Weddings pinterest board HERE, but for now, on with the best bits!
The Boho Wedding Directory is a hand-picked list of the top 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.
Swizzels are best known as the inventors of Love Hearts, Drumstick and Parma Violets, all of which have been lovingly enjoyed by young and old for generations. We now also offer Wedding Love Hearts which read ‘just married’ and can also be personalised to includes names and wedding dates. They make for perfect whimsical wedding favours and are available in cute favour boxes, silver trinket boxes and a range of other packages
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/swizzels-matlow
Wedding photographer with a love of all things handmade, vintage and cheerful is seeking loved up couples who are doing things their own way. With a relaxed style of photography, I’ll capture all the authentic moments of the day, all the pretty details and some beautiful portraits of the two of you.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/rachel-joyce-photography
We have reached Friday already! How wonderful is it having a bank holiday to start the week, this week has just whizzed by! I hope you have had a good one and have a fun weekend planned. My weekend is filled with children’s birthday parties, so lots of party food, bouncy castles and cake for me! We have a wonderful wedding to finish off the week with. This rain filled Tipi wedding in the Lake District. Beth and Mikey planned an activity filled day, incorporating the beautiful backdrop of the Lake District, however mother nature had other plans and filled their day with dark clouds and lots of rain. However this didn’t stop them having the best day and a whole lot of fun. They danced, sang and enjoyed a toasty bonfire. All of which has been captured perfectly by Livvy Hukins.
Beth and Mikey were married on the 3rd September 2016 on a field next to Ullswater Lake, Lake District. ‘We both love to be outdoors, I love the sky and water and Mikey loves mountains. The Lake District is the only part of the country that has mountains and so it seemed like the obvious choice, despite the fact that it’s on the complete opposite side of England to us! Thankfully our guests weren’t mad about the 6 hour drive when they saw the stunning views. We had about 120 guests. It took several trips up to the Lake District to find the right field. The whole thing took about a year to sort out, but there were plenty of gaps in between and it was very chilled.’