Happy Friday everyone how are you all today? Today is an exciting day for me...
Yay it’s Friday, Happy Friday everyone! I hope you have had a good week and that you are looking forward to the weekend ahead of us. Up here in Sheffield it looks like we are going to be having a mini heatwave! So tomorrow we are off to Chatsworth to paddle in the water to cool down and try out Dexter’s new water shoes. Sunday we are taking Dexter an his best friend to Yorkshire Wildlife Park, not sure what the polar bears will be thinking about the heat wave, but I’m sure the lions will be loving it! So on with today’s styled shoot and it’s a real beauty! The shoot took place in February this year 2021 at Saint Petersburg in Florida, and it focuses on the idea of a modern garden wedding, with soft colours and muted tones. Eco Friendly is the vibe with an amazing hanging flower instillation, wonderful food and the cutest ever ‘dog of honour’ all Captured by alt Photography and submitted by Stephany Perry Events.
happy Thursday everyone, how are you all on this glorious Thursday morning? I hope the weather is holding up where you are and that you are getting a chance to go outside and enjoy it. I am taking you to Michigan today for the wonderful wedding of Brettina and Megan who were married on 4th October 2020 at Imlay City. After one wedding cancellation due to Covid the couple decided to change their venue and get married outside in their own back garden. The results are this super personal wedding, with beautiful outdoor ceremony, stunning portrait shots and a rocking marquee reception. The whole day is laid back, super pretty and filled with love. Apaige Photography was there to capture the day for us.
With smaller weddings still a thing until we know when full restriction’s are being lifted, elopements and micro weddings are becoming ever popular. Today’s styled shoot brings us both elopement inspiration and the most stunning beach backdrop, showcasing beach weddings at their most romantic. The shoot took place on 13th September 2020 at Hope Cove in Devon and it really is a superb example of how gorgeous a beach wedding can be. The styling is pure perfection, with muted tones, soft fabrics, macrame and the most exquisite cake! If you are thinking of holding a beach wedding then this shoot is all the inspiration you need. Big thanks to Maria Madison Photography and her team of first class suppliers.
Happy Tuesday everyone, I hope you are all well and happy this sunny Tuesday morning! That is presuming it is sunny in your part of the world. It’s glorious here in Sheffield, long may it last! Today I am taking you to Warwickshire for the Rustic Elegant wedding of Zara and Matt. This charming couple chose the most stunning of venues. Shustoke Farm Barns is the most gorgeous location for a wedding and suited them down to the ground. They filled the venue with rustic decor with accents of gold and blush pink, greenery, florals and hanging wheels. The whole look is beautiful, all captured perfectly by Aden Priest.
Zara and Matt were married on 10th September 2018 at Shustoke Farm Barns in Warwickshire. ‘We loved it the minute we walked in! The venue ticked all the boxes for us, having really good food was really important to us and we loved the rustic style of the venue. We also wanted indoor & outdoor space that was well connected so that it didn’t feel as though half of our guests were missing during the reception. We had 70 guests and it took around a year to plan. pretty much started researching as soon we were engaged!’
Happy Monday everyone, how was your weekend? Did you get a chance to enjoy the glorious weather? My weekend started on Friday as I had the day off to spend with Dexter, we met up with friends and had a wonderful day. Saturday we went to magic school, the cinema and a playcentre and yesterday was family day! He’s back to school now, so normal service has resumed at Boho HQ! Today we are looking at Boho Festival style weddings. As you know, here at Boho, I just adore a festival style wedding. I feature so many here on the blog as so many of my lovely readers choose to have a loose, unstructured festival style day. Choosing to hold a festival style wedding means that you can really inject a huge dose of personality into your day. You can opt for a more relaxed outdoor ceremony, eat under the stars, spoil your guests with various street food options, have wed-fest themed stationery, amazing boho style decoration and of course a whole host of entertainment options. If you are currently planning your own festival style wedding, this post is just for you. So here are some fantastic ideas on how to turn your festival wedding into a VIP affair!
Before anything else, if you are hosting a boho-festival wedding, you must get the venue sorted. The venue is the foundation on which you will build the rest of the day, so you must get it right.
With that in mind, it’s essential to consider what type of venue is best suited for a festival atmosphere. In particular, outdoor venues such as fields, forests, or woods can work well. Especially if there are rustic style buildings nearby that can provide cover in inclement weather.
Another option you should give serious consideration to here is choosing to put up yurt or tipi style tents outside. There is a range of benefits with these, including cover from the sun, wind, or rain should the weather not behave.
With a yurt or tipi, you get all the advantages of using a marquee, but in a much less formal way. You can even choose to fit your yurts with fire pits, benches, and fake furs for seating too. Something that makes them the perfect chill-out areas for later on in the day once the temperature drops.