Happy Friday everyone, I hope you are all well and happy and ready for the...
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.’
The thought of having an inexpensive wedding can be scary for some, how can you have the wedding of your dreams on a small budget? We sometimes feel pressured to go above and beyond, but you don’t have to live large to have an incredible time. After all, the very essence of a boho wedding relies on a carefree spirit and found pleasures.
Whether you’re funding your wedding with a personal loan, help from your parents or with change from your couch, there are plenty of ways to make one of the best days of your life something to remember, even on a small budget. Today we look at a few ways you can host a fabulous wedding on a small budget.
If possible, schedule your reception on a day other than Saturday, Sunday, or a holiday. Your wedding will cost more if it takes place on the weekend, but on a Thursday (before a holiday) or Friday, you could save yourself hundreds even thousands!
Instead of inviting all of your friends ad family, pick a select few. This is a great idea if you have a big family, as it ensures people won’t feel left out if you choose your parents and closest friends. With fewer attendants comes fewer mailed invitations, but you can save more if you use email. Few guests mean less meals to pay for, so bring the rice down quite dramatically.
Welcome to another wonderful week on the blog, I hope you all had a good weekend. If you are off with the kids I hope your summer holidays are going well, it’s Week 3 here in Sheffield and so far we are having a fabulous time. Yesterday we were at York Maze, and we have lots more fun activities planned for this week. I am starting the week off with this rather gorgeous styled shoot, entitled ‘Stay Wild’. The shoot took place on 20th July 2020 in The Harris Building, Grand Rapids, Michigan. The shoot is soft, romantic, full of wonderful details and a young couple very much in love! Neutral tones and organic offering at it’s finest! Than you to Wild Emerald Bridal for the gorgeous submission.
Happy Friday everyone, how is it nearly the weekend already? this week has flown by! I hope the week has treated you well and that you are now ready for the weekend ahead! We are off to York Maze, which is always a good weekend, hopefully the weather will be kind to us all! As for today’s wedding, it’s a real stunner of a day. Jordan and Tyler were married on 1th November 2021 in Sarasota, Florida. They wanted a ‘Tropical meets Boho‘ themed wedding, with clean modern lines but with a boho twist. The decoration is absolutely divine, the flowers, the styling, all incredible. I’m sure you will agree this is one fine looking wedding, big thanks to Juliana Montane Photography for the beautiful pictures.
There are so many things to consider when choosing your overall look for your wedding. The dress is the obvious one, but then there are all the accessories and jewellery to think about. Picking out an necklace to match all the other aspects of your outfit is an important element of your over all look, so today I have enlisted Emmeline Smith necklace expert to tell you more.
When it comes to weddings, it’s all about forever. You’re letting everyone know that you’re in love and that this one’s for keeps.
There are many wedding traditions, some are historic, while others are more modern inventions and all of them add up to make it a day like no other. The exchanging of rings is a significant part of the ceremony in many cultures and is one of the oldest traditions. Some of the first recorded wedding rings date back to the ancient Egyptians who exchanged rings made from reeds and hemp. But rings aren’t the only wedding jewellery you need to consider.
It’s important to make the day your own and only adopt the traditions that you both want. For example, if you or your partner are terrified about dancing in front of all of your friends and family (like me and my now-husband were!) – don’t do it. People won’t notice the little things you didn’t do, they’ll just remember the wonderful love-filled day. So, I’d encourage you all to personalise your day as much as you want and you’ll have no regrets. I certainly have no regrets that I took time to choose my wedding day necklace – I cherish it so much and still wear it 14 years down the line.