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Good Morning and welcome to the first Saturday in February. I know you must be thinking the same as me, where on earth did January go? It’s been a wonderful week on the blog and we have shared some really amazing weddingsnd some wonderful inspiration and it continues into next week.
Today we are back with our weekly Pinterest feature and this weeks chosen theme is table plans. There are so many great ideas in this post, I do hope you can draw some inspiration from our Pinterest finds for your own weddings.
Image Source via www.clairepennphotography.com – Such a fun, pretty and unique table plan. I just love the use of the wheelbarrow and the beautiful flowers that really match the theme of this wedding.
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.
Established in 2007, we are multi award-winning providers of giant Nordic tipis for magical weddings, all year round. Our family owned business has a simple ethos: to exceed expectations every time, and this is at the heart of everything we do. We cover Southern England, the Midlands & South Wales.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com//world-inspired-tents
Joy Everley’s small independent boutique has been established in Soho for over 17 years. Collections include absolutely delightful trinkets for flower girls, pearl and wedding assessories, and truly exquisite wedding and engagement rings. Joy’s Sustainable Diamond Engagement Rings are made form 100% recycled materials and feature beautiful old cut diamonds.
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Good Afternoon to you all and a big welcome to the start of the weekend. We are back today with one of my favourite features, A diary of a Boho bride. I love reading about all the Wedding Planning that our brides have been doing so far.
Today its the turn of Fay and Graeme, as we welcome them back to the blog. Last time they chatted all about Marquee and Tipi Weddings and today it’s all about the to do list.
With less than 6 months to go, we are now making to-do lists of to-do lists! Last week we visited our venue, the beautiful Saltmarshe Hall, for the first time in almost a year. They had a wedding fayre and it was great to see how the hall could look on our big day. We also have a better idea of how the day will run so it was helpful to think about the logistics and timings of the day.
Barn weddings have become more and more popular over the last few years, I see so many lovely barn weddings land in my in box on a daily basis. Upwaltham Barns in West Sussex is the location of todays wedding and what a beautiful venue it is. Cat and Oliver fell in love with it as soon as they visited and from there on the rest of the wedding planning fell into place. With a loose colour scheme of peach and pale blue, this wedding is full of pretty details and personal touches, with images from Dan at Story and Colour. What a perfect way to finish of a fabulous week.
Cat and Olivier were married on 3rd October2015 at Upwaltham Barns, West Sussex. ‘It’s nearish to where I grew up in Brighton. When we didn’t find anything in Brighton or London so we extended our search to Sussex and feel in love with the venue as soon as we visited. We had a total of 100 guests. We got engaged in March 2014, so I guess 18 months to plan but that was plenty of time – we were able to get one thing ticked off the list each month.’
It’s time for a large helping of wedding inspiration with this weeks styled shoot, which has been put together by stylist Charlotte Munro and Photographer Paola De Paola. The shoots aim was to show brides and grooms that weddings can be Eco friendly and ethical and still be totally beautiful, and I’m sure you will agree they have hit the brief perfectly. The table set up is stunning, rustic yet stylish at the same time and the little details are pure perfection. They have added a Ballerina theme into the mix for some extra elegance and I just love the results, I’m sure you will too.