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The wedding world is in a very difficult place at the moment. If you were planning your wedding for this spring/summer I really do feel for you. Hopefully by now you have managed to re arrange your day to either later on in the year or sometime next year. Cornonavirus has done a lot of things but it won’t stop people getting married, however there may be a few things that you need to take into consideration. When the lockdown is eased and we are able to meet again, your wedding may not be quite the way you first planned it. Numbers may be restricted by law or by your venue. You may also find that some guest are unable to come, due to age or health reasons. BUT do not fear, there is always an answer to a problem and that is what today’s post is all about. If you have faced any of the problems we have mentioned here then live streaming your big day may be the answer. Sharing a live steam with your nearest and dearest could be the answer. Here, thanks to Grand Technical, is some expert advice on how to live stream your wedding.
With the most recent measures announced by Boris Johnson last Sunday, it seems as though we are on the path to the lockdown slowly but surely being eased. The Prime Minister mentioned that some hospitality venues may open as soon as the start of July – which is of course great news. Whilst this most likely means Wedding Ceremonies will be able to take place before Receptions follow, it does mean that we may be able to think about planning Receptions from September onwards, if the easing measures are carried out according to plan.
But how will Weddings look once the dust has settled? It’s likely that, at least in the short term, the nature of all public gatherings will be slightly different. While we expect most people will be itching to attend your big day, there may be some members within your family and friendship groups that feel they cannot take the risk. This may be anyone of an elderly age, or with underlying health conditions.
I do love a styled shoot here at Boho, I delight in sharing a vast array of shoots, from different countries, all different styles but all in their own way unique. Today is no exception. The shoot took place on 8th October 2019 in Saint Petersburg, Florida at Sunken Gardens the most wonderful of venues filled with tropical delights. Our gorgeous couple are actually married and this shows with these beautiful images from Madisun Paige Photography. The chic and minimalist decoration really is stunning, I love the use of macrame against the tropical leaves and amazing blooms. I’m sure you will love it too.
Happy Monday everyone and how are you all this fine Monday morning? Did you have a good weekend? Did you manage to get out and about a bit more this weekend. I got in my car for the first time in 3 months, which was a real treat. We went out for a walk, had a bit of a picnic while we were out, and how lovely it was! I also made a big chocolate cake, a trial run for Nik’s birthday in a couple of weeks, which was delicious! And we had a takeaway for the first time in months and months! I know living the dream!!! Anyway on with this weeks weddings and I am starting off with this summer filled, relaxed tipi wedding, full of hand spun gorgeousness. Ally and Edd wanted a relaxed day, filled with food, drink and lots of laughter. It was a true team effort with all their friends and family pitching in to make the day happen. Weddings by Sally Rose was there to capture the day in all it’s sunny glory.
Ally and Edd were married on 17th August, the ceremony was at the local church in Great Wakering, Essex, and the reception was at a field in a friend’s farm nearby. ‘We knew we wanted to make as much of the wedding outdoors as possible and a family friend had kindly said we could use a field on his farm which was fab. We looked at options for outdoor ceremonies, but these were limited in our area (and it was before the law changed making this easier!). So we just decided on a chilled ceremony in our local village church. We had 85 guests in the day, around 15 more in evening, it took about a year and a half to plan.’
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:
Heya! I’m Charlotte. I take natural, fun and heart warming photos of you wedding as it unfolds, while being in the background as much as possible. I love photographing beach weddings, garden party weddings, tipi weddings, creative DIY village hall weddings, outdoor weddings! If this sounds like you, drop me an email, I’d love to hear your plans for the day.
More Information: www.boho-weddings.com/charlotte-razzell-photography
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Lockdown has brought it’s challenges over the past few weeks/months but what happens if you were planning on a proposal but suddenly all your plans have been cut short? Maybe you were planning a romantic proposal that perhaps involved a restaurant, a trip abroad or even a flashmob! Well let me tell you, so many of the proposal stories I get here on the blog actually happen at home, so don’t despair, the engagement can still go ahead and you never know, it might be even more special than you first imagined. Today I have invited the experts over at The Diamond Store to give you 15 brilliant proposal ideas that you can carry out at home. With a little imagination and a lot of love, your loved one will adore you even more, and never forget your special moment.
If you had planned to treat your partner to a romantic getaway, but now it’s cancelled, why not recreate the proposal destination at home? Think about treating the five senses. Cook a meal or order in food that represents the country. Play music from that area. Play a slideshow of the famous sights on your iPad or telly. Then, pop the question. After she says yes, seal the deal by handing your fiancé the (rescheduled) tickets to your destination.
Decorate your living room / garden / other space with photos of you two. The idea is to tell your love story with pictures, from the time you met to the present day. You could also add a wall sign that says “Will you marry me?”. As it all sinks in and she realises what’s going on, pull out the ring and ask the question.