Boho Loves: Kristin Coffin Jewellery – Hand Crafted From Ethical Gems and Diamonds and Recycled Metals
This afternoon we are talking jewellery with the lovely people at Kristin Coffin Jewellery. Choosing...
Boho is such an on trend style for weddings at the moment. When I started this blog nearly 13 years ago, it was a very niche market, now its super popular and has grown into a huge trend. It’s not just boho these days, there are so many sub sections of Boho you can look at, there really is a Boho for every kind of Bride. Today we are looking at ‘How to Create a Boho-Chic Wedding Style’, what Boho can mean and how to make sure your wedding is the right style of Boho for your wedding personality!
Don’t be fooled. Even though boho is meant to feel effortless and “thrown together,” it is so very much more than that. Be very specific when meeting with a planner and imagining how the wedding will look. Will you for Desert boho, beach boho, modern boho, farmhouse boho, 70s Topanga Canyon boho, the choice is endless! Sometimes it’s helpful to pick the dress first. Remember – boho chic isn’t just a matter of selecting a colour palette. It’s also a matter of committing to a texture. Brides should do their fabric homework and think through their wedding jewelry options.
Simple is best. Otherwise, your thematic decor devolves into the kind of hodgepodge that leaves guests feeling claustrophobic. Too often brides think they are broadcasting “free spirit’ when really they are painstakingly staging an unappealing rummage sale. Consider how often going for a tousled hairstyle just looks like “woke up outside in an electrical storm”
Happy Monday and welcome to the start of another wonderful week. I hope you all had a great weekend and that you survived yet another hot spell here in the UK. We spent the weekend at Gloworm festival, which is a festival especially for children. Dexter had a ball, so many things to see and do. Now we are off to Tattersall Lakes for the week, so my out of office is well and truly on! I can’t wait for a week full of activities with my two boys, we go every year and it’s always a fun filled holiday! I have lots to keep you occupied while I am away though, starting with the wedding of Chelsea and Charles who were married on 18th January 2022 in Dayton, Ohio. The couple held an intimate ceremony in a gorgeous industrial building with 50 of their closest friends and family, followed by a big party reception. This wedding is cool, modern with a boho twist and filled to the brim with love and laughter. Big thanks to Amber Garrett Photography for the lovely images.
Happy Friday everyone how are you all coping with the heat? I have to admit I am hiding from it today and taking Dexter to the nice air conditioned cinema, crazy I know but it’s just too hot for me and my little ginger head! This weekend we are off to Gloworm festival in Nottingham, it’s set to be 31 degrees!! Eek! not sure how long we will last! and next week when we are actually on holiday at Tattersall Lakes it’s forecast to rain, blooming typical!! Anyway enough weather chat, lets talk about today’s wedding. Melanie and Joshua were married on 17th October 2020 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Covid did a lot to the wedding industry, most of it bad, however this gorgeous couple took the situation and used it to their advantage and managed to create their dream backyard wedding. Due to the restrictions on numbers they were able to have the fall wedding they had always dreamt of. Big thanks to Eastlyn & Joshua for the lovely photos.
Today I have a real treat for all the grooms out there, the chance to win your very own pair of Base London Marley Derby shoes. Base London have been around since 1995 and I always remember them for being cool, stylish but affordable. Designer looking shoes at high street prices! So I am super excited to have them on the blog today with the chance to win you and your groomsmen your very own pair HERE.
Established in 1995 and based in Loughton, Essex, Base London tend to the footwear demands of the British male, Base London introduced a somewhat previously unfound, branded footwear option to the high street for the very first time. Before this, guys were faced with only high-end designer or own label products.
With an overwhelming passion for delivering incredible footwear, Base London quickly found themselves emerging as market leaders in their field; something which has been proudly maintained through to the current day.
Designing, developing and delivering a versatile, appealing but most of all quality range of men’s shoes and boots, Base London strives to satisfy even the fussiest footwear tastes.
The finest quality leathers combined with an excellence in craftsmanship is always used to build a perfectly formed range of fashion focused formals, versatile semi-formals and comfortable casual styles, season after season.
Supplying more than just a pair of shoes, Base London also goes about providing a platform upon which the wearer gains confidence, a style and a strong personality that matches the ethos of the brand.
Hello you lovely lot and welcome to another hot hot hot day here on the blog. The weather here in the UK is a bit crazy at the moment and we are having yet another heat wave! So where ever you are I hope you are managing to enjoy the lovely weather we ae having and not stuck at work. Today I am taking you to Oregon for the gorgeous wedding of Ellyn and Nicholas who were married on 5th September. They wanted a relaxed day filled with style, amazing flowers and some fantastic decor. Light tones and a neutral colour scheme makes this wedding really stand out, as it is full of the most amazing details. Big thank to Gallivan Photo for capturing it so perfectly for us.
Ellyn and Nicholas were married on 5th September 2021 at White Aspen Creative. ‘While both of us are from Minnesota, we had always dreamed of doing a destination wedding. Nick has family out in the Bend area that we had visited earlier in 2019, and when we were there we absolutely fell in love with the area. We knew we wanted to bring our family and friends out here to create a fun and unique experience for our guests. We had 120 guests, we had a long engagement and took just over 1.5 years to plan the wedding.’