Happy Tuesday everyone, I hope you are doing well this fine sunny day? How is...
Happy Wednesday everyone, how are you all today? To all of those parents out there how are you surviving half term so far? The weather isn’t exactly helping is it! What ever you are doing today whether it be working, having the day off, playing with your family. I have a lovely wedding for you to give you a bit for Tipi inspiration, from the lovely Kyle Hassall Photography. I just love a Tipi wedding, I planned my first Tipi wedding 6 years ago and I still think they offer something different to any wedding and todays is no exception. Alex and Tom were married in Cheshire and kept the decoration simple, but to me, the main focus is all the amazing food on offer to their very lucky guests, how tasty does this all look! I am certainly hungry after look at all these photos.
Alex and Tom were married on 9th August 2014 at Mobberley Church, Cheshire and the reception was in their parents field also in Mobberley. ‘I grew up in Mobberley so it made sense to get married there, it’s a beautiful little village and the church is gorgeous. Ever since being a little girl I always wanted to have the reception at my parents home with all the dogs and horses around us! We had 150 guests in total and it took 9 months to plan.’
As you know here at Boho we think that photography is REALLY important, a unique and pesonal wedding is all well and good but if you don’t have the memories of the day captured with some wonderful photos then the day can be lost forever. I feel that an important part of my role as a wedding blogger is to introduce you to lots of different photographers, all with different styles but all of a high-caliber and today I have a wonderful photographer to introduce you to. Gianni Di Natale is a reportage photographer from Italy. I featured one of Gianni’s beautiful wedidngs a few weeks ago and was blown away by his images. He captures the true, beauty and emotions of weddings and is amazing at using natural light. Some of his images remind me of paintings in a gallery. They are truly stunning!
It may be officially British summer time but the weather is far from summary at the moment, so today I am whisking you off to the beautiful Dominican Republic for todays real wedding. It’s the wedding of the gorgeous Deana and Jimmy who decided on a destination wedding so they could get married outdoors and what a beautiful setting they chose. With a theme of ‘adult little mermaid’ running throughout the decoration of the day, Deana and Jimmy took some rather gorgeous after wedding shots with their photographer Katya Nova Photography. A beautiful collection of images that accompany todays gorgeous wedding.
Deana and Jimmy were married on 10th October 2014 at Bavaro Punta Cana, Dominican Republic – Jellyfish Restaurant. ‘I always wanted a destination wedding because the thought of getting married indoors depressed me. We were also engaged at the venue we were married a year earlier so that made it a lot easier to persuade Jimmy to be on board with a destination wedding. We had 70 guests in total. Sporadic planning began right after we got engaged but all the ceremony and reception details were ironed out within 4 months of the wedding day.’
As you will know it’s Easter Sunday this weekend, what have you got planned? Nik and I have been making plans for the Easter Break, lots of fun things to keep Dexter occupied. He is also going to taste his first bit of chocolate, we have held off giving him any so far and he has been fine without it, but as it’s Eater I thought it was about time he got in on all the chocolatly fun!
So staying with the Eater spirit I have this super cute Easter invitation from the lovely people at Download and Print . The invitation is perfect for anyone hosting an Easter brunch, lunch or event. The text is changeable, so you can let it read whatever you wish.
If you are thinking ‘grown up Easter brunch complete with grown up egg hunt’, then I have just the invitation for you. I’ve taken our Old Fashioned Typography wedding invitation and turned it into a vintage Easter invitation that is decidedly grown up. I love the chance to throw a little soiree, and a sophisticated Easter brunch sounds a treat. And it goes without saying that if Easter falls on a perfect spring day this will all be done on the patio.
If this sounds fun to you, download the free template and start planning. All the text can be changed in Microsoft Word, with the exception of the first two lines that read ‘Please join us for an’. This gives you the chance to remove the egg hunt if this isn’t your thing, and change brunch to lunch if anything before noon sounds ghastly.
The fonts used are Anderson Four Feather Falls, Landliebe, Trajan Pro, and Chopin Script. To recreate the look of the sample please download the fonts before opening Word and the template. I printed the sample on cream card stock, white will also look lovely.
Well hello Monday and hello to lots of lovely light summer evenings ahead of us, how exciting is it that British summer time is officially here! I hope you all had a good weekend? We are starting the week off in style with this fabulous DIY affair from Carly Bevan. It’s the wedding of Kate and Simon who chose a day that was very personal to them. Incorporating lots of bright and colourful colours, lost of paper lanterns and bunting with a Horror Movie theme, this wedding really stands out from the crowd. I love all the individual details in this wedding, the venue is super cool and the couple are an absolute joy. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Kate and Simon were married on 8th August 2014. The Ceremony was held at Beverley Registry Office and the reception at Fruit, a gig venue in Hull’s Old Town. ‘We’re not particularly religious, Beverley registry office is lovely and Fruit because it was a completely blank canvas for us to do what we wanted with. We had 30 guests to the ceremony and a further Ceremony 110 to the reception. The wedding took about a year to plan.’