Happy Monday everyone and welcome to another fab week on the blog. We have lots...
Happy weekend everyone! Is the sun still shining where you are? I’m dashing off for a cheeky little weekend away so a bit of spontaneous adventure – we’ve not even decided where we’re going yet!
Today I have the pleasure of bringing you our weekly edition of Boho Pins, and I have a gorgeous selection of lighting options for you! You will hear many planners and stylists tell you that lighting can really bring you décor to the next level. You can highlight certain cool features, or hide others in shade. It can create a curtain, focal points or a really dreamy glow for last night festivities. Whatever your tone and style, there is something for you!
Do let me know which are your favourites; I think festoon lighting is definitely the way forwards for alfresco dining and the huge carnival light up letters fit into any setting!
Image Source via Asia Pimentel Photography – Giant Light up letters have been around for a while now but they are certainly not going anywhere A brilliant way to add a huge dose of light to your wedding and look super stylish with it.
The Boho Directory is a hand-picked list of the top 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 will showcase the suppliers that have joined in a mini update.
Crimble Hall is the stunning former manor house of local businessman Joseph Fenton and is now the setting for two restaurants and a pub. With landscaped gardens, including a Secret Garden, this is a beautiful location for a magical wedding day to remember.
More information: www.boho-weddings.com/crimble-hall
With amazing views across the Pennine Hills and Yorkshire countryside, BEST WESTERN Pennine Manor Hotel is the perfect setting for a wedding to remember for the rest of your lives. Our wedding co-ordinators will work closely with the happy couple every step of the way to ensure you have the day of your dreams, and most importantly, enjoy every single moment.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/pennine-manor-hotel
After the glamorous bridal inspiration we shared on Wednesday, today we’ve taken that luxuriousness into a forest setting with a fabulous shoot from the Rustic Wedding Company. Set at Scraptoft Hill Farm near Leicester, their ‘woodland luxe’ theme combines lush foliage and natural fibres with a luxe feel with the addition of copper details, metallic leaf and clean lines. I love how the simple cake and candle sticks bring a touch of class to an otherwise rustic affair and lift this eco style into something special.
Happy Friday everyone! I do hope you are ready for the weekend and have something wonderful planned for the next couple of days. Have you survived the heat wave, it was pretty short lived but lovely all the same! It was great to be outside enjoying some time with the family! What about you? We are finishing off the week with this wonderful Bournemouth Art Gallery wedding from Dorset based wedding photographer Paul Underhill. Bibi and Adam chose a magnificent venue that need little decoration, they injected their own personality with geometric touches, personal table names as well as beautiful blooms. A gorgeous wedding, captured perfectly by Paul.
Bibi and Adam were married on the 9th April 2016 in Russell Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, Bournemouth, Dorset. The ceremony was in the old house, while the reception was in the modern wing. ‘It was the first venue we looked at, and we never wanted to look any further – it’s a spectacular 19th century mansion that was converted into an art gallery. We knew the second we walked in that it would be the perfect backdrop to a simple wedding – the antiquities would offset everything perfectly. Adam is from Dorset, and so the location meant that older members of his family were able to share the special day too, which was really important to us. We had 80 guests and took just under a year to plan. We really were 50/50 in the wedding prep, and we loved the process, from our incredible Google spreadsheets to our ‘crafternoons’ where we did wedding crafts… and drank craft beer. I accidentally referred to the wedding as a ‘project’ in my wedding speech and our guests wouldn’t let me live it down – “This is the most beautiful project I’ve ever been to.” etc.!’
This afternoon’s Bridal Style is brought to you by some sun, sea and serious glamour! Much like the mini heatwave ocurring in the UK at the moment, I’m sure these images invoke some wistful longing of long summer days, sandy toes and alfresco dining. We are big fans of Stephanie Allin here at Boho HQ and this new collection does not disappoint. My favourites include the chic jumpsuit and double layered skirts, and I’m now seriously considering arriving to future events by speedboat! Grab something cool to sip, and enjoy!