If you’ve been dreaming of a boho style wedding, then make sure you take five to savour all the delicious details this inspiration shoot has to offer. Amongst all the nature, there are rugs, pouffes, wildflowers, lace dresses, dirty boots, messy hair and felt hats, and together it all looks absolutely amazing. Enjoy.
We’re stepping back in time today to marvel at this retro blush pink wedding inspiration at Elmley Nature Reserve by Emma from Epic Love Story Photography. Channelling our inner Farrah Fawcett with a sweeping fringe, floppy hat and 70s wedding dress whilst surrounded by vibrant flowers, table decor and all the cool vibes.
We’re fully aware weddings don’t tend to be hugely eco-friendly events, but there are lots of ways you can reduce your carbon footprint if you’d like to… After all, “by us all doing a little bit, we can all make a big difference”. Jude from Wickerwood Farm enlisted the help of many talented suppliers to show you how an eco friendly wedding is possible without compromising on style.
Get ready to exhale as we share some incredibly stylish and utterly adorable elopement wedding inspiration in Manchester. Set in a quaint Library with a dried flower moon gate floral arch, and sweetheart table full of textured linens, romantic candlelight and on-trend tableware. Every detail beautifully complements the moody surroundings and intimate setting. Be sure to look out for the bouquet and cake of dreams too, I’m certain your Pinterest boards won’t be complete without them.
With a wedding budget of 15K, Hannah & Si were keen to do things themselves to make it stretch that little bit further. This included growing all their guests a succulent wedding favour. Their naked wedding cake was also homebaked by a family member and their relaxed approach to wedding planning shone through at their outdoor, boho wedding. All the lovely details and moments were captured by recommended supplier Wild Tide Weddings, so sit back relax and savour every detail.
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.
This boho wedding – with macrame decor, a woodland ceremony and bright blooms – has me beaming from ear to ear. Not only because every inch of the day is utterly beautiful, but also because there are so many special touches: a proud dad-daughter moment walking down the aisle; the bride dancing to Eric Clapton’s Wonderful Tonight with her 87 year old grandad; a ring box made from the wood of the bride’s grandfather’s apple tree; and 30 sleeping bags, sourced by the mother of the bride, being donated to homeless shelters once the wedding celebrations were over. Little wonder Emma from Freckle Photography describes the couple as two of the nicest people she’s ever met. This is one utterly gorgeous wedding which will warm your heart whilst also leaving you dreaming of your own woodland wonderland.
The dream team of Wonderland Invites, Kelsie Low Photography, Rock The Day Styling & Anthology Vintage Hire strike again with another bohemian delight at Browning Bros. Colchester. This time incorporating gingerbread tipi cakes, macrame and dried flowers and linens to their signature style. Plus the most beautiful lace gowns from Rock The Frock and a fabulous drinks trailer. Pinning fingers at the ready!