Happy Friday everyone! If you’re in the UK you have probably woken up to a...
Happy Friday everyone and how are you all? I hope you have had a good week so far and that you are looking froward to the weekend? It’s been a busy week here at the Boho HQ, so I am looking forward to spending some time chilling out this weekend with my family and friends. There’s a lot to be said for relaxed weekends, not over filling the diary and recharging those batteries. For the last wedding of the week I am taking you off to Texas for this beautiful mismatched Boho Wedding. Allison and William were married on 4th May 2019 in Palmer, Texas and their day is super relaxed, full of earth tones, beautiful blooms, as well as lots of rustic decor. I just love the overall look of this wedding, the setting is beautiful, Allison and William are of course gorgeous and their wedding is just picture perfect. Big thanks to Mae Rachelle Photography for capturing the day so well.
This outdoor wedding had a relaxed look and feel combined with a mismatched earthy vibe and soft romantic undertones. The magic of this celebration started long before the “I dos” of this young couple in love. From the soft waves, loose braids and flower crown in the bride’s long hair to a free flowing off-white dress with floral lace, this bride took the breath away from her groom and guests as she entered the grassy ceremony space. The site itself was intimately set among 200+ year old trees and highlighted with a circular wedding arch decorated with seasonal florals.
A reception was held under the covered pavilion just a few steps away so guests hung out in nature all afternoon and even danced under the stars on the outdoor dance floor. Farm tables were simply garnished with dusty blue chiffon table runners and a variety of glass vases with simple flower arrangements. The head table was trimmed with garland and votive candles. A 5-tier bridal cake was garnished with succulents and greenery, and stole attention from the groom’s alma mater themed cake.