Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you are all well and happy and super excited about...
We re launched the brand new, shiny, updated version of the Boho Wedding Directory last year. The Directory is a hand-picked list of the top wedding suppliers in the business split up into suppliers and regions making it super easy for you to find the perfect Boho supplier for your wedding.
To make life that bit easier for you and to make sure you don’t miss any of the wonderful suppliers that are getting added to the directory, I will regularly showcase the suppliers I have added here as a mini update.
‘Hello and welcome‘ is a little grand/formal for me- lets skip that. Im a Lincolnshire based wedding photographer with a fine art approach. Photography is my passion, creating for happy couples is the best! Lets talk about your wedding plans, your story
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/henry-lowther-photographer
We are Beaulieu, documentary wedding photographers. We tell the unique story of your day through natural and timeless images. We’re a two photographer team and work together to document the different sides of your day, from the morning preparations through to the evening celebrations!
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/beaulieu-wedding-photography
I am a Nottingham based documentary wedding photographer with relaxed and unobtrusive approach. I love wedding storytelling at its best, without posing and prompting. I aim to capture all real and unique moments, emotive and timeless. I believe that every wedding is unique and photography needs to reflect its atmosphere.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/martin-makowski-photography
Hello to you all and welcome (nearly) to the weekend! We have shared some great posts with you this week, including some stunning real weddings. I am also pleased to let you know that I have had a peek at next weeks weddings and they are also gorgeous and full to the brim of beautiful details so stay tuned!
Today we are back with our weekly diary of a boho bride feature and today it’s the turn of Whitney and Tom. Last time they were on the blog they chatted all about the To Do List and Honeymoon and today Whitney it sharing with us all about her wedding day beauty preparations
This week I am writing all about my pre-wedding beauty prep!!! As much as I love wedding blogs I also love beauty blogs and have been known to spend many hours reading up on all the latest must have products which promise to perform all kinds of miracles! I even enjoy shopping for beauty products more than I do clothes so without wanting to sound vain the beautifying process is something I’m likely to be quite fussy about when it comes to the big day. Here’s a few photos I’ve been adding to pinterest of what I’m hoping to achieve, I’m feeling a fairly natural look but with lots of dewy highlighted skin! In addition to finding those holy grail products which will help me achieve this look I’ve really been upping my water intake and having regular facials which I feel has already made a huge difference.
It’s Friday…yay!! I hope you have all had a good week and are now ready for the weekend ahead of us, I can’t wait! To finish of the week in style I have this super stylish and modern London wedding for you, courtesy of Chris Blackledge Photography. The wedding takes place at The Devonshire Terrace, which is a fabulous venue, that takes in the London sky line along with its own modern venue space. The wedding mixes in beautiful blooms in coral and peach which work so well against the stylish backdrop. A beautiful wedding I’m sure you will agree. Happy Friday everyone!
Sarah and Ben were married on 16th August 2015 at The Devonshire Terrace, City of London. We decided to look at Central London venues given the fact we met and worked there, as we felt it provided a bit more of a story rather than going for something we considered to be a bit generic. We had an idea as to the type of venue we wanted, and wanted to combine and an iconic London venue for the ceremony with a more relaxed setting for the reception. Sarah had found Devonshire Terrace online which looked interesting but felt like a shot in the dark. We first visited on a Thursday night and it was quite busy with people satisfying their Thursday thirst. Our first impression was obscured by the crowds of people and it felt like a normal London Bar. We met with the organiser and she showed us some pictures of the place when it’s done up for a wedding. This included the outside, almost cathedral like setting for the ceremony and the Devonshire Terrace Bar for the reception. It looked amazing and we left surprised with how much we liked it given our initial impression. A few weeks later my Parents took us out for a meal to celebrate our engagement. We told them about the venue and we suggested that we all head over to have a look. During the day the place shone. It was 10 minutes away from where we met; it has an iconic view of the city skyline; an amazing cathedral like setting for the ceremony; roof covering so weather would not be an issue; self contained so no need for transfers – literally a tipsy stroll from ceremony to reception to dinner to dancefloor(!); a fantastically intimate, modern and atmospheric restaurant area for the reception; and a great space for a party! So we decided to book it and it delivered on every score! We had 90 guests for the day and 30 guests for the evening. We had 10 month to plan it, but we took a couple of month off after we had the most important pints ticked off our list such as venue, band and dress’
If it hadn’t escaped your notice it’s Valentines day on Sunday. If you’re anything like me you’ve left it to the last-minute and not bought your loved one a gift yet. But don’t worry as today with the help of Ali Beaven, Founder and Creative Director of Prezola, we have 14 romantic gift ideas for your partner in crime this Valentines Day. Now these gifts are not your normal flowers and chocolates, these are original, smart and stylish present ideas that the man or women in your life are going to love as much as they love you!
Brighten up your breakfast table and bring a smile to your lover’s face with these quirky, original bases for your morning boiled egg. Made in solid oak sourced from sustainable forests and finished with Danish oil, they’re green too! Hop & Peck Mr & Mrs Heart Egg Cups – £28
Can’t find the words? Say it with ink with this pretty duck egg blue My Heart hand-pulled screen print from Bold and Noble. Bold & Noble My Heart screen print – £45
Light up your bedroom with our vintage style, heart carnival light. Made from rustic steel with 16 warm white LED lights in the centre, this Cox & Cox 3D carnival light makes an impressive display, whether the lights are shining or not! Cox & Cox Zinc Heart Carnival Light – £65Read More
Yay it’s Thursday, we are nearly at the end of the week, not quite but you can see the finishing line if you look really closely! My mum is coming up from Cornwall this weekend to visit, which is why I am so keen to see Saturday come round quickly! Today though we have some more sunshine to cheer you up, with this gorgeous California wedding. It’s a beautiful woodland wedding that takes place at a buddhist retreat The whole wedding took place over the whole weekend, which gives it a real laid back feeling. The different shades of blue work look great against the redwood trees and the gorgeous outdoor ceremony and reception set up really make the most fo the backdrop. Thanks to Hayley Anne Photography for the lovely images
Katy and Scott were married on 9th May 2015 at Pema Osel Ling Retreat Center, Corralitos, California. ‘We fell in love with Pema Osel Ling immediately because of the beautiful scenery and peaceful atmosphere. While we’re not Buddhists, this retreat center had a very serene and positive vibe that was quite powerful. Another huge bonus of this venue was that we could make it a “wedding weekend” where we stayed Friday-Sunday instead of the typical 5-hours many venues give you. Guests were able to stay on-site in cabins and camp sites, where they could enjoy the on-site swimming pool, campfire and s’mores at night, free yoga class, and lawn games we brought. This added an extra element of fun as it felt like a summer camp, where our families could actually get to know each other over the 2 days. We had a total of 200 guests. It took 9 months to plan the wedding! There was a lot to coordinate with planning events over the 2 days and coordinating guest on-site lodging and such.’