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Happy Monday everyone and how are you all? Did you have a good weekend? Whatever you go up to I hope you had lots of fun and feel refreshed and ready for the week ahead of us? Mine was lovely. Saturday was what I call a life admin day, so I now feel a bit more organised and caught up on everything. Sunday I took Dexter to Cannon Hall Farm with a friend to watch their Pantomime of Aladdin, such a lovely day with my boy! So on with the week and starting off with this glorious bright and colourful wedding. Lindsay and Andy were married on 18th May 2019 at Addison Grove in Dripping Springs, Texas. They held their gorgeous outdoor Jewish ceremony under the trees, followed by a wonderful celebration bursting with colour inside the barn. The whole reception area is a joy to behold, so many bright colours and gorgeous decoration. I see a lot of white weddings filled with foliage and greenery, which I adore, but it does make a pleasant change to see so much colour in one wedding. Cory Ryan Photography was there to capture the day for us.
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:
My name’s Sean and I want to tell your story! I make wedding films for people wildly in love. My films are more than just cinematic and shot with a great camera, they focus on what makes your wedding day unique & special to you. Your very own love story.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/sean-white-wedding-films
Exceptional and absolutely one-of-a-kind, Newton Hall is the UK’s coolest and quirkiest, luxury hotel and wedding venue situated in Northumberland, in the North East of England, specialising in unique outdoor weddings, beach celebrations and spectacular corporate events.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/newton-hall
Happy Friday everyone, and how are you all? Ready for the weekend? I certainly am! It’s been a really busy week here at Boho HQ and the next few weeks are looking to be even busier! So I am looking forward to a relatively quiet weekend before it all gets really hectic! On Sunday Dexter and I are off to Cannon Hall Farm to watch Aladdin, we are meeting up with some friends, so that will be good. What about you? Today I am finishing off the week with this gorgeous DIY wedding from Somerset, filled with rustic goodness and a whole load of foliage. The decor in this wedding is quite beautiful, the classic white flowers mixed with the greenery is of course a timeless winner, but the venue for me is the true star. The white walls of the Silk Mill Studios are the perfect blank canvas for any DIY couple, and Victoria and James have really put their own stamp on the day. It has been captured perfectly by Chloe Mary Photography
Victoria and James were married on 15th June 2019, with the ceremony at St John’s Church, Frome in Somerset and the reception at Silk Mill Studios, Frome. ‘We viewed only two other venues until we found the Silk Mill studios in frome, it gives the freedom of making it completely personal- blank canvas and is extremely reasonable in cost for hire of four days and then to find the most beautiful church across the road we were sold! We had 93 guest in the day, 116 by the evening an it took 18 months to plan.’
This afternoon I would like to talk about Wedding Anniversaries. Once you are married, the wedding anniversary is a big time to celebrate. Whether it be your first year or 10 years into your marriage, remembering the date you and your loved one became an official couple is something that should be celebrated. With this celebration and fond reminiscence of your perfect day often comes a gift! But how do you keep track of what date signifies what? Well the lovely people at I Just Love it have been kind enough to put together a super helpful infographic, as well as putting together a comprehensive list of ideas for gifts for each significant year you celebrate being married.
‘Be ahead of the game with this anniversary gifts by year guide. Each year the gift changes with a completely different meaning, so it’s hard to keep up. In this anniversary gift guide, you’ll find an idea for each year up to the big 50, so you’ll never be stuck for a theme again. These gift ideas will suit every budget, big or small. If you’re still stuck for ideas, personalised wedding gifts are always a great option.’
For your first anniversary, you’ll want something to remember the occasion with. A traditional gift for cotton would be a blanket, but go one step further with personalised pillow cases. These can be personalised with your initials, a quote that you both love or simply ‘his’ and ‘hers’. Either way, you’ll look at these pillows with a smile as you remember the joy of that special day one year ago.
Paper seems a bit of an odd gift choice but it’s so varied that anyone could choose a great gift under this brief. A popular gift to give is a framed wedding photo from the big day, or a simple book. If you’re looking to go outside the box, get paper flowers that can be enjoyed for years to come – to really go with the theme, get yellow or gold flowers to signify your two years together.
Today I am taking you off to Phoenix, Arizona for the super stylish and modern winter wedding of Rosie and Nick. It may be January when they got married but they still had great weather. Nothing like a January wedding here in the UK! Lots of lovely golden sunshine and not a drop of rain or snow! They chose Events On Jackson as their wedding venue and with its exposed brick and modern architecture it gave the perfect backdrop to their edgy, stylish wedding. With jewel tones-a-plenty in the flowers, bridal party outfits, stationery and decor, this wedding is oozing personality and lots of on-trend geometric touches. Big thanks to Riane Roberts Photography for catching the day so perfectly.
Rosie and Nick were married on 19th January 2019 at Events on Jackson in Phoenix Arizona. ‘Nick and Rosie chose Events on Jackson because it complimented their eclectic, stylish, and edgy style. They had around 120 guests and it took a year to plan.’