Happy Friday everyone, I hope you all have had a wonderful week so far and...
Good afternoon everyone, I’m thrilled to be back with another inspiration post for you, but if you missed the last one you can catch up here. Today I have taken inspiration myself from the glorious summer sun we currently have and the summer solstice this week (and maybe the fact that I just booked a trip to Cuba!). Today on Boho we are dreaming of sandy shores, fabulous floaty gowns and the odd pineapple cocktail … we are going tropical! The bright colours and foliage means this theme is perfect for a Boho couple, but don’t ask us to reserve the weather for you! This one is for a greenhouse or destination wedding I think!
With a tropical theme its all about bright colours, clashing tones and bringing the outside in. Lots of foliage! As you can see in these images, oranges , pinks and yellows create a beautifully tropical vibe, even if the elements aren’t native tropical items themselves. Add a touch of whimsy with flamingos and pineapples and you’re all set!
Your cake is an easy way to tie in a theme, whether a splash of gold, covered with tropical flowers and foliage or even a gold pineapple!
Today we are sharing a full of sunshine summer wedding to match the amazing weather we are currently having in the UK. Hannah and Pip chose a tipi wedding, so they could work with a blank canvas and really put their own mark on their day. With craft evenings every Tuesday it was a real family affair getting all the DIY projects finished. The results are this super cute handmade tipi wedding, filled with personal touches. Poppy K Photography has done the honours with the images.
Hannah and Pip were married on the 6th August 2016 in a ceremony at St. Gregory’s Church, Morville, followed by a tipi reception at Claverley Farm Field in Shropshire. ‘The church was beautiful, old and full of history. We liked that they had no more than a couple of weddings a year there and felt that it was really quaint and intimate. We chose the field so that we had a blank canvas that we could make our own with our 3 large Tipi’s. We also knew our band could be as loud as it wanted and we could party all night as there was not a neighbour for miles. It also meant that we and our guests could camp their on the night in our own mini Tipi which was great fun! We had 100 guests in the day time and a further 70+ on the evening. We planned the wedding over about 10 months after getting engaged in Italy the previous August. Everything that appeared at the wedding was made or created by us in that time!’
Happy Wednesday everyone, we are back with the most gorgeous real wedding for you today all the way from sunny Spain. This beautiful Spanish wedding comes courtesy of Dos Mas En La Mesa and is filled with a lovely laid back vibe, mixed with Boho chic decor and so much petty festoon lighting, not to mention all the delicious food! Elena and Rob chose the most stunning location which really brought their wedding to life, as for Elena’s gown, oh so beautiful!
Elena and Ro were married on 3rd September 2016 in a ceremony at Santuari de la Mare de Déu de Misericòrdia, followed by a reception at L’Avellana Mas d’en Cabre, Tarragona, Spain. ‘Elena´s whole family is from Reus, and her parents got married in the very church that we did. We thought it was a nice idea! We chose our reception venue based on the fact that it was close to Reus, that it was the perfect size for our wedding (more intimate, closed), and because we wanted something outdoors. We had 120 guests and the wedding took 1 year to plan’
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.