Boho Pins: Here Comes The Bride

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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/bohoweddings and I update my boards on a daily basis!

Today I am looking at the rather new trend (in the UK anyway) of the ‘here comes the bride’ sign. The Here comes the bride sign is a super cute way to get the younger members of your bridal party involved in your big day. The flower girls or page boys walk ahead of you carrying a sign reading ‘here comes the bride’ to tell the wedding congregation that you are on your way, what could be more adorable. These signs can be as simple or elaborate as you wish, they can me made out of burlap, wood, cardboard,  chalkboard, flags or simple signs. As well as the younger members of the wedding party walking they can be put in a little cart and pulled along, or older bridesmaids can also carry the signs, or why not even a family pet! You can see my full Here comes the bride pinterest board HERE.


here comes the bride

Photo source & photographer: boy with dog (photographer (Jen Rodriguez) / blackboard sign (Photographer Nikki Sheffield) / dog / flower girl & page boy / cart (Photographer  Manchik Photography) / flower girl & page boy (photographer Erin J Saldana Photography)  / wooden sign (photographer Leo Patrone)  /  buddy sign (photographer Gaby J Photography)  / bride with sign (Photographer Black Frame Photography) / heart chalkboard (photographer Jonny Draper) / 3 bridesmaids (Photographer Hunter McRae) / round chalkboard (photographer Eon Images)



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