Happy Monday everyone, how are you all? I hope you all had a good weekend?...
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:
Hello, I’m a wedding photographer who is dedicated to telling your wedding day story. My aim is simple – to create modern, beautiful, and creative images that take you back to all the love and emotions that were shared between you, family and friends on your special day.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/matt-fox-photography
From Secret Garden Party, Shambala, Glastonbury, Winter Wonderland, Wilderness, Bestival to NME and MTV, these talented and friendly DJs have played them all, awesome sounds and fun party vibes.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/festival-wedding-djs
Yay it’s Friday and the sun is shining! I hope you are all having a good day. Well I certainly have that Friday feeling as I have been off work for the last 2 days. Nik and I have taken some time off together over the school holidays to make the most of our new found ‘out of lockdown freedom’. We have 4 days planned with Dexter getting out and about, taking him to some of his favourite places before he goes back to school next week, bless him he is having a ball! Talking about balls, I have THE most awesome wedding for you today. Jessica and Bill held a summer pool party on one of the hottest days of the year. They had balloons, a bouncy castle, amazing outfits, lots of dancing and of course a lot of jumping in the pool. Jessica looks AMAZING in her pink gown, which has to be THE most fabulous wedding dress I have ever seen! AND Bill proposed to her during the speeches! Yes that may sound a little crazy but read Laura’s write up to find out more. I just adore this super cool, fun filled celebration. So much laughter, so much sun and so much style. Big thanks to Laura from Babb Photos. for capturing it so perfectly.
As I’m sure you can imagine I LOVE a bohemian style wedding. It seems pretty obvious I guess but today I wanted to look closer into the ‘Boho style’ and really get to grips with what makes a wedding Boho and how to achieve your own Boho wedding. From the clothes to the decor, flowers to the cake, there are so may aspects of planning your wedding that you can make bohemian. From full on bohemian styling to just a few touches, it’s totally up to you how far you want to push the theme or explore your inner goddess! So read on for some fab ideas on how to make your wedding day a beautiful Boho affair.
The Bohemian style has been very popular for several decades now, but over the last few years it has become incredibly popular with weddings, this blog is proof of that! Many people love it for its carefree and natural vibes, it offers so many variations, so much choice and is always the starting point of a super stylish wedding day.
Considering this, it should come as no surprise that many couples want to ditch formal wedding traditions and choose to go for the Bohemian theme for their special day.
Inspired by nature and the beautiful outdoors, Boho takes you to simpler times. Ethereal dresses covered in lace, perfectly imperfect hair, and hand-made accessories. All of those things can give your wedding a soft and romantic vibe.
However, if you want that special day to be perfect, it has to be well-thought-out. Luckily, we are here to help you out! Check out our short guide, and soon enough, you will know how to have a flawless Bohemian wedding.
I have two posts for you today, you lucky people! This morning’s post is this lovely styled shoot, where we look at the beauty of outdoor weddings. The shoot took place on 14th September 2020 at Broadfield in Herefordshire. ‘We wanted to create looks that were beautiful and eye catching, as well as showing that outdoor weddings can actually be incredibly adaptable to your personal style.’ The shoot uses two different looks to explore the many options that an outdoor wedding can bring. These two looks show Boho styling mixed with a more classic, fashion look, showing that you can use the Boho theme to represent your own personal style in lots of different ways. I love the ribbons decoration in the trees, as well as the neon sign and amazing cake featured in the second half of this shoot.
Happy Wednesday everyone, you’ve made it to the mid point of the week, how are you all? What have you been up to so far? Yesterday I got my nails done, which was such a treat and today Nik and Dexter both have hair cuts booked. I have hung my hairdressing scissors up for the foreseeable future! Today is my last day in the office till next week as both Nik and I have taken Thursday and Friday off to take Dexter out to some of the fun places he has missed over the past few months. So on with today’s wedding and this is a wedding that took place last year despite the many Covid restrictions.. Aislinn and Samuel carried on with their wedding plans, despite having to scale down their day to 17 guests. They decided that a micro wedding was the way forward and planned a gorgeous day filled with rustic touches in the most adorable venue. Big thanks to Karen Jackson Photography for the lovely photos.
Aislinn and Samuel were married on 10th October 2020 at The Rhynd, Leucahrs in Scotland. ‘The Rhynd is located right beside Tentsmuir Nature Reserve and Beach. Pre Covid we would probably go for a walk at the beach most weekends and love the area. When we found the Rhynd had an events space we immediately settled on it as our venue, the space itself is a beautiful barn that has been restored by the owners and we were able to take time to go down to the beach and forest area for photographs. We had 17 guests – the maximum we could have given the restrictions in place at the time. We had been engaged for 14 months by the time the wedding came around, and we had made what we thought were the final plans within 5 months of getting engaged. Of course, things changed a lot and the process was ongoing up until the week of the wedding.’