Hello you lovely lot and how are you all today? I hope you are having...
Hello you lovely lot, I hope you are having a good Wednesday so far? Last week I teased you saying I had some exciting news to share with you. Well today I am pleased to let you know what has been going on at Boho HQ. It has been 8 years since I panned my last wedding. I came into the wedding world as a planner first and a blogger second. After a few years having planned numerous weddings all over the UK and Ibiza, I turned more of my attention towards the blog as the planning became more scaled down. It was when I got pregnant with my son Dexter that I deiced to hang my planning clipboard up and turn my attention purely to the blog. Well eight years on I have decided to come out of retirement. A wonderful couple who I have known for a few years made it very hard to say no when they asked me to plan their wedding. The wedding isn’t till 2023, so I have a good amount of time to really get my teeth into their plans and create the most magical of days for them. I can’t wait to get started! I never thought I would go back to the planning work but one thing I have learnt in life is never say never!
So on with today’s gorgeous wedding and it’s the turn of Angela and Garrett who were married on 21st September 2019 in Salem, Oregon. They held a beautiful outdoor garden wedding with a colour scheme of Burgundy and blush. Big thanks to Here Today Photography for the images.
If you are in the midst of planning your wedding, you will know that there are many different elements that all come together to create your dream day. However, you might not be aware that many of those elements fall under what is known as your ‘wedding production’. Everything from your wedding lighting to your tables and chairs fall into this category, so it’s something that you are going to be spending a great deal of time considering. The good news is that, with the help of a specialist wedding production company, you can take a huge chunk of your organisational duties off your plate by hiring all of your equipment requirements from one outfit. That’s why today on the blog we have enlisted the help of wedding production specialists On Tour Events to talk us through what you need to be thinking about when planning the perfect wedding production. These guys know EVERYTHING about wedding production and are here to guide you though each and every area.
Many of you may be unfamiliar with the term “wedding production”, even though you’ll be well acquainted with the items involved within it. In short, it refers to all of the equipment you will need to hire for your wedding event.
When conceptualising wedding production, it’s useful to envision a film production, which is more similar to a wedding event than you might have first thought.
Just as is the case for any Hollywood set, you are going to need to hire professional sound systems, event lighting, and a stage fit for your celebration. Then you need to consider other items you will likely hire, such as dance floors, tables, chairs, and even cutlery. As you can see, much like a film set, your wedding production is made up of several disparate elements that all come together to transform your venue into one that reflects those of your childhood dreams.
In other words, wedding production covers pretty much all aspects (especially technical elements) of your wedding day that aren’t style or decor-related (e.g., the flowers, the dress, or the table decorations).
As you can see, no matter how big or small your wedding day celebrations are going to be, you’ll need to invest in wedding production services.
So with that in mind, let’s make a start with the most important aspect of your wedding production – your event lighting.
Happy Tuesday everyone. Today we head to Yorkshire for this Celestial themed styled shoot with a Sustainable edge. The shoot took place on 25th March 2021 at the Little Seed Field, Ripon in Yorkshire. The shoot was put together to show how wonderful an outdoor wedding could be using yurts and bell tents. It was also used as an opportunity to showcase how many items of a wedding can be sustainable and to really utilise the stunning backdrop of the Yorkshire countryside. So many wonderful suppliers got involved with the shoot and the results are these beautiful, laid back images, showcasing so many gorgeous ideas. Big thanks to North Sky Yurts for this gorgeous submission.
Hello Monday and welcome to another week on the blog. How was your weekend? I hope it was good and you managed to get up to something fun or wedding related at all? My weekend was spent test driving cars, planning holidays, visiting friends and a big family event. Now I’m ready for a very busy week on the blog, and I have some exciting news to share with you tomorrow, so make sure you pop by to hear what I have been up to, I can’t wait to share it with you. I am starting the week in style with this super cute, eco friendly, rustic style wedding. Ashley and Brendan were married on 12th October 2019 at Prairie Hill Vineyard at Stockemer Farm in Colwich, Kansas. The whole day is an absolute delight, from the bridesmaids dresses to the autumn tones of the flowers, the amazing eco friendly decor to the very happy and in love couple. The perfect wedding to start the week with. Big thanks to Brooke Buck Photography for the stunning photos.
The Boho Wedding Directory is a hand-picked list of all awesome wedding suppliers in the business, ready to help you plan your Boho wedding. The Directory is located in the main menu bar at the top of each page and is super easy to use. It is split up into suppliers and regions making it easy for you to find the perfect Boho supplier for your wedding.
To make sure you don’t miss any of the wonderful suppliers that have been added to the directory, each week I showcase the suppliers that have joined in a mini update. This weeks new suppliers added to the directory are:
We’re Chris and Verity Sansom, Yorkshire’s most highly awarded wedding photographers for over a decade. Working throughout the UK as well as destinations across the globe we’ve shot over 350 weddings in the past 11 years and have seen our work featured in countless industry leading publications.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/sansom-photography
Richard and Gaynor are a husband and wife team based in the quiet little village near Durham. We like to capture your day as it unfolds in a relaxed and fun way, capturing not only the moments as they happen but the feeling too.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/richard-neal-photography