Happy Monday everyone, I hope you all had a wonderful weekend? What did you get...
The Boho Wedding Directory is a hand-picked list of all awesome 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. This weeks new suppliers added to the directory are:
Consciously Connected is where Travel, Wellness & Philanthropy intertwine. Creating culturally rich, immersive & connected experiences.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/consciously-connected-travel
I’m Damien, chilled out wedding photographer with an informal style and a love of all things alternative and quirky.. My photos are all about emotions, characters and the incredibly fun times of your awesome wedding day. For photograph bursting with life and colour you’ve in the right place.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/damien-vickers-photography
Happy Friday everyone and how are you all? I hope you have had a good week so far. I am so happy for the weekend, have you got anything planned? Today we are off for a bike ride with Dexter’s cousins, and then Nana is coming over this evening. Tomorrow we have a birthday party to go to, which is something I haven’t been able to say for a long time. Even I am excited, let alone Dexter. It’s Dexter’s best friend Violets 6th birthday, so we are all looking forward to getting out and celebrating. Today I am taking you to the most stunning location, Lake Crescent Lodge at Olympic National Park, Port Angles in Washington. Jacqueline and Ryan were married on 3rd August last year. They held their low key elopement against a variety of the most stunning backdrops, what a beautiful location! Big thanks to Vows and Peaks Adventure Elopements for the gorgeous images.
The wedding world is all about small weddings at the moment. The new Covid guidelines have left many of you feeling that you may never get the large wedding you dreamed of. Well today I am going to show you why a small wedding is just as good as a large scale affair with this Beautiful Beach Wedding in Thailand. Zarja and Matic had always dreamt of having their wedding in Thailand, so they enlisted the help of expert wedding planners Wedding Boutique Phuket who made all their wedding dreams come true and got married earlier this year. The whole day looks amazing! The colours, the backdrop, the little detailing and decor is all breathtaking. I just love their use of jewel colours against the light bright sandy beach. The flowers are exquisite and the overall look is just stunning! Thank you to CHANG for the the lovely images.
Zarja and Matic were married on 24th February this year, the ceremony was on the beach with the reception in the Cape Panwa Hotel in Phuket, Thailand. ‘We never wanted to have a big wedding. So we always imagined an intimate wedding on the beach somewhere. When the time came we were already talking for a few years about wanting to go to Thailand. Phuket had really good easy flights for all of us and the photographs on social media of Wedding Boutique Phuket looked amazing. So it was kind of an easy choice. We had 5 guests, we contacted Ilaire probably almost a year before but started planning everything a few months before. Planning was super easy because she really listened to our wishes and kind of read us only by seeing us once through Skype.’
Today I am taking you on an escape away from the rubbish July weather into the California desert with this Boho inspired styled shoot. The shoot took place at Apple Valley, in California last November. It was the brain child of Lori Phillips Photography and an amazing team of wedding suppliers. Everything about this shoot is filled with Boho goodness. From the sun kissed colour scheme of oranges and yellows, to the beautiful flower arrangements. The bell tent gives an intimate area full of luxury and opulence, while the flowered ceremony backdrop gives us a romantic backdrop to the perfect ceremony area. This shoot is just bursting with laid back vibes, gorgeous macrame dream catchers and the most stunning decoration. Perfect for any couple looking for an intimate wedding location with the most breathtaking backdrop.
2020 has to go down as the year of the cancelled plans. I don’t know about you but my diary has never been so empty, I think we all seemed to spend February and March cancelling everything! With weddings now going ahead, even if rather smaller than many would like, the question then falls to the Honeymoon. Will you go away? Will you risk getting on an aeroplane? Or will you save your honeymoon celebrations to later on in the year or till 2021? Many are choosing to stay at home. But are Staycations really that bad? A lot can be said for staying in the UK or the country you are from. Today I have invited Kiley Morrow onto the blog to give us all some pretty good reasons why a Staycation isn’t actually that bad.
The current pandemic has forced everyone to buckle down and stay in their homes. While many have had to cancel their plans, some have decided to go through although certain improvisations had to be made to fit the situation. One of these events are weddings where couples have a ceremony in the presence of friends and family with the assistance of apps like Skype and Zoom.
It’s certainly a unique way to do it and it doesn’t take away the special-ness of the event. After that, couples then have to find creative ways to spend their honeymoon at home. If you’re one of those newlyweds that had to make such adjustments during this time, here are some reasons why a staycation honeymoon is not the end of the world.