When you think of boho, you think of relaxed, laid back vibes, and that is everything this inspiration shoot at Wildnerness Weddings venue in Kent encompasses. Making this extra special is the Rue De Seine boho wedding dress, amazing dried flower displays, a grazing table under a naked tipi and a general feeling of happiness. Jo Bradbury captures the light so beautifully you’ll be forgiven for thinking we’ve whisked you off abroad, so sit back Margarita in hand and enjoy.
You heard it here first with our 2019 wedding trend predictions; dried flowers are big news this year! And here they are being used beautifully by this incredible list of suppliers to accentuate the fabulous industrial space of The Giraffe Shed wedding venue in Wales. We’re talking epic floral arches, divine bouquets and the sweetest of floral arrangements. Throw in a neon ‘happily ever after’ sign, some peacock chairs and a boho bride in a floral wedding dress with a cowboy hat and tassel earrings accessories, and you have the perfect inspiration to kick start your bank holiday weekend. You’re welcome.
If you follow us on Instagram you’ll notice we (and you) have this thing for hoop wedding decor. So today’s green and white bohemian wedding with hanging hoop decor is ticking all the boxes. Plus although it rained at this Italian destination wedding the cosy vibes of the Castello di San Sebastiano da Po wedding venue with twinkling candlelight certainly made up for the lack of sun.
I defy you not to fall in love with Bride Valentina’s lace Laure de Sagazan gown too. Matching the relaxed boho vibes beautifully and fitting her like a glove.
You’ll be pleased to know this whole boho wedding is full of goals. From the outdoor ceremony with it’s floral arch, Persian rugs and macrame chair backs to the festoon lit al fresco reception, and glorious wooden signs adorned in greenery. Not to mention the incredibly beautiful wedding party dressed in ethereal gowns and flower crowns topping their gorgeous mermaid locks. If we could swap barnets right now please ladies I’d be a very happy lady 😉
We’ve not shared any images by the lovely Adam and Grace Photography before, but I hope we do again soon as they capture so much detail and emotion, I almost felt like I was there celebrating alongside this lovely Irish couple at their destination French wedding.
Now are you sitting comfortably? Because you are about to have your socks knocked off.
For our last real wedding feature for 2017, we’re off to Mallorca for the stylish, boho, intimate wedding of Casey and Luke. It’s been an absolute pleasure bringing you inspiration from across the globe this year – we hope you’ll be back in the New Year to delve into another year of exciting and trend-setting wedding content. We’ll have a couple of features running between Christmas and New Year so do pop by if you fancy a browse and don’t forget to use our recommended supplier directory if you’re still on the hunt for wedding talent. Have a wonderful Christmas everyone and we’ll see you on the other side. Lots of love from the whole RMW team xxx
This gorgeous inspiration shoot is like something from a dream. A bohemian, ethereal dream where everything is bathed in golden light and it feels as if the rest of the world has come to halt. I’m in love with everything, the dresses, which somehow become more beautiful as they drag through the dew and gather foliage. The heady, opulent blooms. The magical outdoor table scape, complete with star shaped lantern and festoon lights. It’s a fairy tale unfolding before your very eyes.
And the best news is that incredible venue, Hayne, is available for wedding and event hire. Imagine a private party unfolding in the secret gardens, imagine how beautiful you could make this space look. Imagine the beautiful thatched farm house and crumbling walls and stairways as the back drop to your wedding photographs…
Jessica and Chris’ wedding is just completely and utterly beautiful, bohemian and stylish all at the same time. If you’re signed up to our newsletter – you may recognise it, as it was one of the gorgeous real weddings in our previous issue. (You can sign up here – next issue will be hitting inboxes soon)!
The lovely couple live in London (on a narrow boat, no less) but wanted to get married in the county of Norfolk, which is full of gorgeous countryside. Their photographer, Tim Dunk, has captured some stunning shots of the wedding party walking from the church to the marquee, and the light and scenery is just incredible. In fact Tim has captured the whole day with such emotion, you really feel like you’re living every moment. This is totally my kind of wedding, all about family, fun and filled with details that were important to the couple.
Your jaw is going to hit the floor when I tell you how much Kyria’s gorgeous bridal separates cost. The floaty skirt was lovingly made by Kyria’s Mum, using material bought from Fabric Land for a mear £20, and the lace crop top was a steal at £25 from Missguided. I know, unbelievable right. I told you you’d be impressed, especially as she looks stunning.
This whole bohemian beach wedding is utterly dreamy. Sandy shores, crystal sea and the glorious sun beaming down on you as you say I do under a DIY flower pergola must have been pure heaven. Then there’s the mis-match pastel bridesmaid dresses and Kevin’s map back waistcoat, plus a whole host of other creative DIY projects and fabulous inspiration to pour over.
For once I’m lost for words with the opening to this morning’s wedding – that of Nina and Daniel who said ‘I do’ by the riverside in Wiltshire.
Why might you ask? Well it’s because this big day is flipping AWESOME, that’s why. There are so many gorgeously creative details that it’s hard to know where to begin. But begin I must, so I’ll start with Nina’s oh so chic and simple bridal gown from Jenny Packham. If there’s one thing I have a bit of a soft spot for lovelies then it’s those brides who choose and are able to carry off the merest slip of a gown for their wedding day and Nina does this with aplomb!
And then there’s ALL the decorative details; I don’t want to give away too much at this point but I will say that there are mirror balls and peach coloured lampshades and disco cages and stars and giant letters and an ACTUAL LOVE TENT.
Yes an actual Love Tent. Cor blimey, it’s enough to make this wedding blog editor hyperventilate!
So whilst I take myself off in an attempt to calm down from the sheer epicness of this big day I urge you to read on dear readers and experience the joy for yourselves.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you…