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I have a real treat for you today with this stunning ‘Shades of Autumn’ styled shoot. The shoot took place last month at the The Chilli Barn in Otley, Leeds, and was put together by Becky Kerr from Bec Kerr Photography and a huge team of first class suppliers. Their aim was to showcase how a beautiful micro wedding could look in this stunning venue in the autumn months. The level of detail in this shoot is outstanding, from the low seating dining area, all of the delicious food, the beautiful cake, the ceremony area, the delightful flowers, it is all jaw dropping! It really does show that you don’t need to scrimp on the detail when you have an intimate or micro wedding. We may not be able to invite as many people to a wedding at the moment, but we sure can make up for it in the design and look of the whole day!
It’s been a while since I shared a Boho Pins Post with you, so I thought it was about time I brought the feature back. As Autumn is upon us, I thought it was only right to share with you some of my favourite autumn weddings that I have featured on the blog. Autumn brings so many gorgeous elements to weddings. The rich colours, the deep tones, pumpkins, leaves, the beautiful flowers, the textures of the outfits, so many wonderful ways to incorporate autumn into your design and decor. I hope you like my selection, I would love to hear from you if you are planning an autumn wedding this year.
Today on the blog it’s all about Autumn tones and inspiration. Todays wedding, although happening in April of this year, has the most beautiful autumn colours. This afternoon I am bringing you some gorgeous autumn wedding inspiration. Laney and Trent were married on 15th April 2020 at Lafayette in Louisiana. ‘Laney and Trent wanted to keep their wedding simple but full of love. They decided to host their wedding in the front yard of their new home they were remodeling. Their wedding had vintage and colourful decor that was hand made or thrifted personally for the wedding.’ I love the simplicity of this backyard wedding, mixed with the stunning deep colours and tones. The bridesmaids are especially cool, I just love the mixture of dresses. Big thanks to Dylan Wilkinson from Three Twenty Studio for the gorgeous images.
Hello Tuesday and how are you all today? Today I am taking you away form the cold weather and rubbish news, we are going to forget about the state of the world and dream about tropical islands, warm weather and golden beaches with this gorgeous Tahiti Beach Wedding. Maureen and Nicolas are from Tahiti so their stunning island was the obvious choice for their beautiful day. They started with a civil ceremony in the local town hall, followed by a short boat ride to their favourite beach. Here they held their stunning beach side ceremony followed by an amazing reception, where thy ate the most delicious food and danced under the stars! The day was filled with so much emotion, the most amazing backdrop and of course our wonderful couple. Big thanks to Photography By Soven for capturing the day for us.
Maureen and Nicolas were married on 28th July 2018. Their Civil ceremony was at the Arue town hall, on the island of Tahiti where we live. Religious ceremony and reception were on the north of the island of Moorea, on a tiny island, a “motu”, named “Tiahura motu”. ‘Maureen’s family own this motu. We decided to get married there because the place is beautiful, free for us, and also because we used to go there when we were a young couple, so we have great souvenirs there…It was also symbolic for us to get married on our ancestor’s land. We had 150 guests and it took around a year to plan.’
Happy Monday to you and how was your weekend? I hope you managed to have some fun despite the restrictions we are current living under. Mine was lovely. Full of food, family and friends. Saturday we met another family of 3, making us a very legal 6 and went for cake and then a walk. Saturday evening Nik’s mum came over for an Indian takeaway, (Dexters first) and then Sunday we went for another walk and for lunch at one of our fave local restaurants. I now need a week of dieting to work of all the food! So times may be a bit rubbish at the moment, I think we are all feeling the effects of Covid, so I am determined to keep you smiling with another week of wonderful wedding content and real weddings, starting off with this wonderful woodland wedding. Fiona and Christopher love nature so wanted to incorporate this into their day by marrying in this gorgeous woodland venue. They chose a ‘British summer garden theme mixed with accents of yellow, which resulted in a truly stunning wedding day. Big thanks to Simon Biffen for the gorgeous photos.
Fiona and Christopher were married in August 2019 at The Dreys in Sittingbourne, Kent. ‘We knew very early on that we wanted to get married in the woods. We’re both very keen on nature and trees in particular, and we imagined ourselves having a ceremony surrounded by trees, and enjoying a bonfire with all our guests. It took us a lot of searching (in two countries!) to find somewhere that perfectly balanced nature with still being “dressed up” and festive. When we found the Dreys, it was love at first sight. Even while still in the parking lot Fiona said “I think this is it”, and we hadn’t even reached the secret pathway or the blessing area in the woods, or the signature Dreys trees yet! We had 99 guests, We got engaged in March 2018, looked for a venue over the summer, and then only really got properly going in January 2019. In hindsight, it would have been less stressful to start a tiny bit earlier.’