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Welcome along to another edition of Boho Pins, where I delve into my pinterest board collection and choose one to share with you. If you’re planning a wedding then pinterest is the perfect visual planning tool. Fantastic for putting ideas together and keeping all your ideas organised! You can find me here pinterest.com/bohowedandlife and I update my boards on a daily basis!
Today I am looking at Tipi Weddings. When I started planning weddings over 4 years ago, Tipi weddings were pretty few and far between. They were seen as alternative, quirky and something different. These days they are much more popular and have become a lot more mainstream. I do still love them though and I do think they add that little bit extra to any wedding! Tipi’s give any wedding that rustic, boho feel. They are a blank canvas that can be decorated any way you want. They can have all the added rustic details like the wooden benches, reindeer skin and open fire, or they can be styled in a more traditional manner with white table cloths and chairs. They retain their heat so are great in the winter as well as being cool in the summer due to their natural fabrics. I have worked on many a Tipi wedding and they all look great, so full of rustic charm, mixed with something that little bit extra special. If you are newly engaged and looking for a venue option, why not consider a Tipi? You can see my full Tipi Weddings pinterest board HERE.
Photo Source: 3 tipi’s with couple (Photo by Mark Tierney) / Tipi with lanterns and flowers outside (Photo byMark Tierney) / You look nice today (Photo by Mark Tierney) / Tipi at night (Photo by Simon Dewey) / 2 tipi’s with fence (Photo by Emma Bouileau) / Top of tipi’s (Photo by Lissa Alexandra) / Tipi’s with bicycles (Photo by Binky Nixon) / Wooden benches (Photo by Katy Lunsford) / Disco ball (photo byPhotos by Zoe) / R&M light up letters (Photo by MackPhotography) / Log Fire (Photo by Photos by Zoe) / Tipi and clouds (Photo by Simon Dewey) / Paper lanterns and tables (Photo by Neale James)