We are finishing off the week with a wedding that I would like to have attended,...
Good morning everyone, after the success of yesterdays british flower post we are continuing British Flower Week with our resident floral expert Tracey of Campbell’s Flowers. She has a lovely shoot for you today, full of British Blooms and Yorkshire suppliers close to our hearts here at Boho! Many thanks to Tracey and Ellie Grace Photography for the images today. I will pass you over to her wonderful write up, complete with input from all the suppliers- enjoy!
Good afternoon everyone and welcome to Monday! I hope it is treating you well? Today I am thrilled to welcome Tracey of Campbell’s Flowers back to the blog. As you know she is our resident florist expert, and this week we are celebrating british Flower Week here on the blog with a double dose of flower inspiration today and tomorrow. Today she is here to tell you all about the brilliance of British blooms! So I’ll pass you straight over to the expert!
Hi everyone, today we are thrilled to be on Kelly’s wonderful blog again, discussing something we get very excited about over at Campbell’s HQ: British Flower Week.
Ever since I set up Campbell’s Flowers I have endeavoured to use and champion beautiful British blooms whenever possible. It’s a passion that stems all the way back to my childhood and my wonderful Welsh grandad’s incredible country garden. Crammed with indigenous gems and complete with a vegetable patch inspired by the ‘Dig for Victory’ campaign, it was the place I cultivated my green fingers and fell in love with all things floral. So to watch the renaissance in British grown flowers flourish alongside as my floristry business has been a real pleasure.
As the annual celebration of our home-grown flowers and foliage kicks off, we want to talk you through the very best of British. From why you should think about using locally-grown flowers on your big day, the benefits, what’s in season when and which underrated British blooms are starting to make a comeback.
Welcome to the weekend everyone! It’s time for this week’s edition of Boho Pins where Kelly and I choose our favourite pins of the week from the wedding world and Boho boards. This week’s theme is Grooms, as a subtle nod to all the Father’s out there this Sunday! We have had some exceptionally dashing fellas grace this blog pages over the years, and I have to say they just keeping getting more dapper! Kelly and I had a hard time choosing this week, keep up the good work boys!
Image source – Asian weddings are so full of colour and beautiful patterns, this groom looks amazing in his stunning outfit
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.
A contemporary barn wedding venue set in a haven of idyllic countryside, Mythe Barn offers an exceptional combination of traditional elegance with modern sophistication. Located on the borders of Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Leicestershire, the barns were converted in 2012, and each space is dedicated entirely to exclusive-use weddings.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/mythe-barn
To be given the responsibility of photographing your wedding day comes with it’s pressures, but it is a true honour to be trusted with this awesome task. We are creating the memories for you to look back on, to smile over and enjoy forever.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/david-boynton-wedding-photography
Happy Friday everyone and may I take this opportunity to wish my husband Nik a very Happy Wedding Anniversary. We are celebrating 8 years together today! It was from our wedding that the blog was born, as well as my past career as a wedding planner, so he has a lot to answer for! We are off out tonight to celebrate, then tomorrow it’s Dexter’s 3rd birthday party and then of course Father’s day, so very busy here at Boho HQ! But enough about me, today we are celebrating the wedding of Katie and Matthew who threw an intimate wedding in their Nana’s back garden. With 28 guests and the day planned in just 9 weeks, this wedding is personal, fun and filled with the most important thing of all, Love! Big thanks to Fairclough Photography for the lovely images.
Katie and Matthew were married on the 16th September 2016 in Katie’s Nana’s back garden, Lancashire. ‘We wanted it to be somewhere that represented our values so it had to be Nanas garden! It was just what we wanted, only close family and friends, simple, intimate and full of love. We are so glad we chose to do it the way we did and did not get lost in the superfluous side of things and with only 9 weeks to organize! We had 28 guests and we had 9 weeks from engagement to the wedding day.’