Happy Friday everyone! How are you and how has your week been? It’s been a...
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:
Daria Nova is a nostalgic documentary wedding photographer based in South West London and Surrey. My style is natural, unobtrusive and gentle. I create beautiful creative photographs with a focus on people and genuine celebrations of love, while melting into the background and quietly capturing your wedding day in a way which feels like you.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/daria-nova-photography
We are Storytellers who love to tell your story your way. We capture your special moments as they happen naturally. We allow the moments to happen as they happen crafting these into an artistic films. We use professional high quality video, sound and editing equipment to produce your videos. We look forward to telling your story.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/storytellers-wedding-studio
Happy Friday everyone! How are you and how has your week been? It’s been a busy one here at Boho HQ but I’m now looking forward to what the weekend has in store. So far I have lots of family time planned and also meeting up with friends, eating good food and hopefully enjoying a bit of the outdoors if it doesn’t rain too much.
Today we’re heading off to Manchester City Centre for this wonderfully laid back and relaxed wedding from Blog sponsor Dan Hough. Neill and Pip wanted a fun packed day but also wanted to keep to a reasonable budget, which they did by hiring street food instead of a traditional wedding caterer, and from these pictures they made the right decision! They also did a lot of other things themselves, like sourcing the food for the dessert tables, arranging the table flowers themselves and not going over board on the wedding outfits. A really fun and stylish wedding – the perfect way to finish off the week!
Neill and Pip were married on 24th June 2017 at Manchester Town Hall with a reception at Hope Mill Theatre in Ancoats. ‘We were engaged for around 20 months but we planned all the big things within the first month. I then started to look at the smaller details around 3 months before the wedding. We didn’t want it to take over our lives so didn’t spend that much time planning it. We really just wanted a party! We chose Manchester Town Hall for it’s beautiful architecture and Hope Mill for its wonderfully relaxed vibe. We had 90 guests in the day, and 110 in the night.’
Well can you believe it’s Thursday already. Before you know it we will be carving pumpkins and buying Christmas presents! Today on the blog we have a seriously stunning wedding inspiration shoot, created by the talented Brooklynn Vaughn and her team of visionaries. Set in the outback of Oklahoma at pretty Rosemary Ridge, Brooke and the team bring bohemian style and laid back vibes to this gorgeous shoot. Soft and ethereal with a modern man-bun in the mix, the style combines modern boho-luxe with outdoor country vintage. The outcome is blissful and directed beautifully by Brooke. We hope you love this shoot as much as we do….
Today we head across to Cheshire for a gorgeous wedding from our good friends Paul and Kelly at Paul Joseph Photography. I am a BIG fan of Paul and Kelly’s work. Their photography is always amazing. Crisp and clear with a really artistic eye and some wonderfully creative shots. They always manage to capture the day with fun, energy and real emotion. Today’s lovely couples are Claire and Daniel, who after being together 12 years and raising 2 gorgeous children, decided to tie the knot. They went for a rustic, chilled out day in a stunning barn venue. They filled it with Gypsophillia, wooden slabs and lots of authentic detailing and really had a ball! Thanks to Paul and Kelly for capturing it so perfectly.
Claire and Daniel were married on 3rd June 2017 in a Church Ceremony at St Margaret’s Church, Altrincham in Cheshire followed by a wedding reception at Owen House Wedding Barn in Mobberley. ‘We decided to get married in our local church that the children and I regularly attend. I went to the church school and spent my time as a child regularly in the church. Summer our eldest child now goes to the church school now and I run a playgroup at that same church. We decided on Owen House as a reception venue as we lived in that area for around 4 years and got to know the locals including the Morgan’s and Daniel’s who own the barn. We are very country orientated and love the outdoors so the barn was just perfect for our rustic themed wedding. It took us 18 months to plan the wedding and we remained very chilled throughout. We had 85 day guests and around 100 in the evening.’
Happy Wednesday everyone! I hope the week is treating you well so far and that you’re coping with the wind! Looks like Autumn is definitely here after that lovely weekend of sunshine we had! Today I have this stunning farm wedding from California to share with you, and it’s a real treat for the eyes. Emma and Zachary were married on 11th June 2017 at Bates Nut Farm, California. They chose to hold their wedding outdoors under the sunny Californian sky and the results are this beautifully rustic day filled with amazing details, fantastic decoration ideas and so much love for each other. Tender moments followed by so many smiles, an abundance of fun and of course a whole heap of love, this is what today’s wedding is all about! Big thanks to Sarah Seashell Photography for capturing the day so perfectly.