This afternoon I have a wonderfully styled rustic shoot to share with you. We’ve only moved...
Happy weekend everyone! We’re taking a bit of Bridal Style inspiration today with our weekly Boho Pins segment, and focusing on manicures! I think it’s fair to say the classic french mani has had its day and though polished and classic, many brides are seeking a more individual style. Now, thanks to my work in the gym I very rarely do anything to my nails other than a cut and file, but our Kelly H has potentially some of the best colour combos on her talons I have ever seen! So, my suggestions are pure fantasy, whilst Kelly’s are much more practical I’m sure. Enjoy!
Image Source – Pastel Marble Nails, bang on trend and subtle enough to go with your wedding outfit. This could be worked round your own wedding colour scheme.
To round off the week I have a fabulous shoot to share with you this afternoon all the way from Sweden. I absolutely love the tones and colours in these photos kindly submitted from Linda-Pauline Wedding Photography. Her enthusiasm and passion for her work is clear in her write up of the shoot and she obviously has a couple of models very much in love. So ethereal and full of light, what’s not to love?
Happy Friday everyone and how are you all today? Looking forward to the weekend I hope. Today Tierney Photography is taking you to my neck of the woods, South Yorkshire. In fact the church that Jessica and Ben, todays gorgeous couple, got married in is only a couple of miles from me and is where we go for our Christmas Eve Christingle celebrations. It’s a super cute wedding, held at a fab venue called Foxholes Farm. The guests were able to camp and Jessica and Ben were able to use the venue as a blank canvas, bring in the suppliers they wanted and really make the place their won. Filled with DIY decoration, friends and family helping out and a touch of rain from the great British weather, this wedding is a day full of smiles from beginning to end.
Jessica and Ben were married on the 21st May 2016 at St Nicholas Church, High Bradfield with a reception at Foxholes Farm, Low Bradfield. ‘We met in Yorkshire and continue to live in Yorkshire so knew we wanted to get married here. We also both love the outdoors so wanted a venue to reflect that. Living in Sheffield, the Peak District was a perfect choice for us. Our dream was to have a reception venue where people could camp and stay over so we could create a festival style vibe. We also wanted somewhere where we could choose some independent suppliers ourselves and therefore put our own stamp on the day. Foxholes Farm had all those qualities in abundance. We knew that we wanted to have our ceremony in a church and so St Nicholas Church made perfect sense for this. We loved the fact that you could see the church from the venue. We had 100 guests for our meal and then another 20 in the evening. We invited our evening guests to the ceremony as well. We started planning once we got back from New Zealand in July 2015 so had 10 months in total to plan it all. We booked the photographer, caterer and venue initially then left wedding planning till a couple of months before the big day. I would have found it hard to plan it in any other way, I’m too laidback and too disorganised.’
Good afternoon everyone. If you are a regular reader of the blog you will know that one of Kelly H’s favourite bridal designers is BHLDN. We featured their spring beach and honeymoon collection back in April; this new collection is absolutely gorgeous and I am now really wishing I had a beach holiday booked! Many thanks again to BHLDN for letting us share these stunning outfits with all our Boho readers today.
Michelle and Lucas were married on the 20th August 2016 at a Private Residence in Texas, USA. Despite the rain and their very wet outfits and hair, their joy is shining through the gorgeous images by Nicholas L Photography. Just wait for the silhouette portrait of the bride, just stunning. With rustic barn styling and what looks to be a fantastic party, the wedding was full of fun and smiling guests…and bright umbrellas!