Happy Wednesday everyone! I hope the week is treating you well so far? Today I...
Here at Boho we LOVE sequins, I mean love them! Give me anything sparkly or covered in glitter and I’m a happy girl! So imagine my delight when these quite amazing sequined bridesmaid dresses from Revelry landed in my inbox, I clapped my hands with glee and knew I had to share them with you straight away!
Sequins are so big in weddings now, I love to see a wedding where there is some form of sparkle involved and what better place to add that shimmer and shine than in the bridesmaids dresses. You can mix up the colours, the styles and really go to town in creating a bang on trend look for your best girls.
Revelry create 100’s of styles of bridesmaids dresses, but today I really wanted to focus on their sequin range. They come in 12 different colours and 4 different lengths, from sizes 0-32. The quality is amazing and the prices are so reasonable. They ship Internationally, with a variety of sequin colours and styles to choose from! Including dresses, tops and skirts.
The options are endless and you are sure to please everyone in your bridal party as your best girls are guaranteed to look a million dollars in these beautiful sequined numbers.
Today I am taking you to Plymouth in Devon for a wedding with the most amazing backdrop. Catherine and Matthew were married on 30th July at New Barton Barns in Plymouth, after holding a ‘one of a kind’ cliff top ceremony. Cate and Matt really went to town with their rustic decor, including a gorgeous ceremony backdrop with so many amazing touches in their barn reception. They made the day their own by adding in their favourite thing….gin! With a different gin on each table, as well as their very own handmade gin bar, this fun feature was perfect to add that little bit extra to the celebrations. Thanks to Liberty Pearl Photography for the images.
Cate and Matt tied the knot on the edge of a cliff near Plymouth, Devon. Their outdoor coastal location was perfect for photos and they couldn’t have had a more picturesque backdrop. Their reception was a barn location, decorated to perfection in their choice of colours. The couple made a big effort with their decor and styling, making the feel of their day that bit more personal.
Photography is such an important part of your wedding day. Having those treasured moments captured to perfection so you can remember each moment of your day for years to come is something we really believe strongly in here at Boho. Which is why it’s important for me to introduce you to as many amazing wedding photographers as I can. Today I would like to share the work of Lou and Tim from Beaulieu Photography. Based in Nottingham and working nationally and internationally, they have been taking photos for 10 years now and describe their work as ‘natural and informal’ – ‘We’re there to tell the story, not create it!’. They have selected 20 of their favourite images for me to share with you and answered some questions about them and their work, so you can get a better insight into the kind of images they create. I know you are going to love the soft, relaxed nature of their work, be sure to check out their website for more examples of their fantastic photography.
Happy Monday everyone and welcome to another fabulous week on the blog. I hope you all had a wonderful weekend? Mine was spent in Chester visiting my oldest friend from school and her gorgeous family. We had a wonderful time and I hope you did to!
This week we have some more amazing weddings to share with you and some fabulous wedding features, starting off with this rainy day tipi wedding from Oliver McGivern. Rosalie and Sam were lucky enough to hold their reception in their parents garden, allowing them to hold the relaxed tipi celebration that they wanted. Mixing in bright and colourful decoration and flowers, 1000 paper cranes, and the most gorgeous Temperley London dress, this wedding is brimming with Boho goodness and is the perfect way to kick-start the week.
Rosalie and Sam were married on 9th September 2017 in Loddington, Leicestershire. ‘While I’ve never been one to plan my ideal wedding in advance of getting engaged, once it happened it was a no brainer to get married at my parent’s local church and have the reception in their garden. It felt so relaxed and personal having everything at our family home. We got engaged in August 2016 but planned to have the wedding in September the following year as we wanted it to be dark when the dancing started at the wedding and for many of our friends and myself who are doctors, to have long enough to request leave/weekend swaps if needed to be able to make it. We had 100 guests.’
We talk a lot about wedding entertainment here on the blog, as it really is one of the most important aspects of your wedding day. Making sure your guests are entertained and kept occupied is super important to a successful wedding day. Bands and DJs are great and a fab way to get the party started, but what about a few alternative ideas? On todays Boho Pins I have collected together a few of my favourite alternative wedding entertainment ideas. From fire eaters to silent discos, there is something here for everyone! Enjoy.