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!
We absolutely love it when a real bride has a clear vision of her unique style and knows exactly what she wants to wear on her wedding day. Bride Melanie certainly knew and took a calculated risk by ordering her Spell & The Gypsy Collective boho gown online. When it arrived she made slight adjustments to suit her personal style, by adding delicate bell sleeves and exquisite low back detail. Pure perfection. Not to be forgotten where her bridesmaids in white cross over back dresses and the groomsmen all sporting chinos and blazers.
After the heartfelt reception in an amphitheatre, an outdoor reception took place under a canopy of festoon lights. The perfect setting for a beautiful laid back Tuscan wedding.
This beautiful glasshouse wedding at Anran in Devon will have you seriously swooning. The details, the fashion choices and the venue itself are all utterly gorgeous.
Images come from the wonderful Paige Grace Photography, whose dreamy style works perfectly for this idyllic location. We also have the film from The Wild Bride which is absolute worth a watch, save it for your tea break, turn it up loud and enjoy!
Apparently Britain is set for a cold snap this week, so we’re loving this Spring, boho, festival themed wedding this morning. Radiating with gorgeous sunlight and love, and filled with the prettiest pastel floral arrangements and crowns.
Be sure to stick around for the epic smoke bomb capture by Kirsty MacKenzie Photography too. Coloured flares are one of the hottest wedding trend to come out of 2018, which I’m sure we’ll see continue into 2019 as well.
Mekele and David’s big day is a RMW wedding though and through! The couple absolutely did things their way, from start to finish. They started with an intimate wedding ceremony, beach walk and lunch, and ended the day with a massive party in a marquee so that all of their friends and family could attend.
Mekele wore a second hand wedding dress and her and David decided to create a day that avoided waste and excess, by crafting, recycling and getting guests involved too. It’s such a happy, feel good wedding and the images from Francesca Hill really tell the story for us…
Becky and Mike’s relaxed and bohemian big day is essentially a massive party in the middle of the Welsh hills – there’s great food and gin aplenty! Exactly how we like our weddings. These two love going on adventures in their camper van, so it made total sense that the camper would play a big part in their wedding day. It makes the perfect place for cosy couple shots, and it took the pair and photographer Jo Greenfield into the rolling green countryside for even more gorgeous images.
Bride Becky rocks sandals and separates for style and comfort reasons – a bride after our own hearts. And Mike looks totally dapper in his military uniform, steering the colour palette towards rich burgundies which I LOVE.
Lovely bride Natalie is a wedding planner, working alongside the infamous Louise Perry Weddings, so naturally her big day ran without a hitch. Although she does this for a living, Natalie was the bride this time around, so she was the one making the final decisions and an excellent job she did too. Her and Adrian’s wedding is full of fun, lots of music and good food, with guests clearly having the best time. Yes there are stylish and thoughtful details, but ultimately it’s all about celebrating the love, which is the most important thing.
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.