You know we’re a sucker for a boho lace wedding dress! We are loving this dreamy colour scheme of pink and peach too, working perfectly against the brick and rustic background. Oh, and can we just appreciate that bridal fedora? Seriously, how cool is that… Eurgh, and we are just obsessing over the boho lace wedding dress from Rue De Seine, complete with Tilly Thomas Lux crown. We seriously need one of those. And of course everything has been expertly captured by recommended supplier, Kent wedding photographer - Kirsty Mackenzie photography.
Boho lace wedding dress in inspiration shoot at Oak Tree Barns
This gorgeous pink & peach bohemian shoot is set in an idyllic new venue on the outskirts of Kent.
The concept and planning was by Sammy Taylor from Amore Workshops. She set up the perfect editorial to inspire couples wanting an intimate and bohemian feel to their wedding. There is no doubt that the pandemic is making couples rethink a big wedding, so this editorial is the perfect small scale wedding inspo!
PROPS & STYLING
Props and styling by The Little Wedding Warehouse are stunning. I’m in love with the pink ceremony arch and the outdoor chill area, complete with pink draped fabric and pampas grass. The warm pink and red colour palette featured throughout the different areas ties it all together.
Shona and Nicole wore the most perfect modern bohemian gowns by Rue De Seine. Paired with a Tilly Thomas Lux crown and Olive & Orche floral bridal hat. I love the shots of them in golden hour - it’s so magical! You’d have no idea that we were battling with 34-degree heat.
Not only is this shoot deliciously beautiful, but the food looks pretty incredible too…
Oak Tree Barns was the perfect setting to hold this gorgeous modern boho editorial shoot.
If a boho lace wedding dress is your bridal gown of dreams, we totally understand. So, don’t go anywhere, because we’ve got more inspiration for you! Here you’ll see every type of boho wedding dress you can possibly think of, so we’re 100% certain you’ll find a style you love! Or how about this setup at Longton Wood? We’ll be dreaming of that food forever…