Social distancing is forcing a lot of couples to rethink their wedding plans (if you need help rescheduling your wedding, check out our step by step guide to postponing, which we’re constantly updating.) We’re currently on day 4 of our 21 day lockdown, and we have not received confirmation as to when we will be able to host large celebrations. Once the lockdown has been lifted an intimate wedding such as an elopement could be the answer followed by a huge celebration at a later date. Your Event Co. and her wonderful team of suppliers have shown us how to have an intimate Lake District elopement, bringing all your personality with you. Hey there crochet wedding dress and dusky pink jacket.
Woodland wedding venue, Camp Katur in Yorkshire has recently included a Geometric Dome to their setting and it’s just gorgeous! Completely translucent so you can bring the outdoors in, whilst being protected from the elements. And completely gorgeous in its own right with its wonderful structure and uniqueness. Jen from My Pretties has shown us exactly how to take advantage of the space by giving us some gorgeous bohemian inspiration to drool over. She’s hung stars from the ceiling, added a wonderful altar draped in fabric and included the sweetest tablescape full of natural decor. We should also mention models Phousa and Claire who are in fact a real same-sex couple and are just the most beautiful of brides in boho dresses by Rolling in Roses.
Real Bride and Groom, Zara and Dan have to be one of the most fabulous boho couples we’ve had grace RMW. They decided they wanted to marry at home on their farm in Cumbria hiring a bamboo geodome to house their creative wedding decor. Which included edible flower cakes, handmade macrame bunting and incredible spring flowers gathered from hedgerows in their garden. It was a real family affair, with their children performing readings and playing music during the wedding ceremony and everyone enjoying homemade Elderflower champagne and sloe gin. Just wait until you see Zara’s Rue de Seine wedding dress and crown combo too. All the heart eyes.
BUDGET £27.5 – 30K
Today’s woodland wedding inspiration has been a breath of fresh air putting together for you lovely lot today, especially as my current view consists of a dark and dismal rain-drenched garden. I highly recommend escaping for five minutes to pour over all the details it has to offer. There are lace wedding boots, giant hats, leather jackets, not to mention macrame details, Moroccan rugs and wicker pouffes. Enjoy.
Naked tipis and boho wedding inspiration go hand in hand, just like this wonderful concept taking place at Jervaulx Abbey. Adding to its beauty are dried flower installations, beautiful tablescapes and an adorable altar. Just wait until you see the naked tipi lit up during dusk too, just magical.
We’re talking you off to Austria today for a beautiful boho wedding by Lake Constance, where stylish bride Corrina wears a lace Lillian West wedding dress and a flower crown, and groom Anthony a green wedding suit with quirky skull lining. Both outfits match the red, white and green colour scheme beautifully and every wedding day moment, be that the outdoor ceremony and speeches, or the short boat trip along the Lake are captured to perfection by Andy Griffiths Photography for you to swoon over and pin.
Firstly, that bouquet, secondly, that doughnut wall, and thirdly THIS boho wedding! I don’t know about you, but I’ve fallen hard for the florals and relaxed vibes. Plus, is that an umbrella I spy? You’d never know there was rain judging by the smiles and captures and that’s exactly how it should be, but if you’re fretting about things going wrong, have a listen to our latest Podcast.
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.