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’ve been SO excited to share the Mallorca wedding of fashion blogger, Loveclothblog ever since she featured on our ‘planning a destination wedding’ Podcast. Then when we saw the dreamy captures by Chris and Ruth released and she was wearing an exquisite Emma Beaumont gown, we did another happy dance. Set in the magical mountains of Mallorca, this wedding is full of delicious details by planner Mille Papillons and moments had by all.
When a wedding begins with the bridal party lounging around the pool in ‘bride squad’ swimming costumes and culminates in epic smoke bomb pictures you know you’re going to be inspired from start to finish. We love the pastel florals, the naked tipi altar and without a shadow of a doubt our gorgeous couple who are full of love and laughter at their Devon wedding. The reception and speeches were held in the impressive glasshouse of Anran Manor, where the tables were decorated beautifully with illustrated menus, yet more amazing flower arrangements and tiny cactuses as wedding favours. And if you’re not wowed by these beautiful details, you will be when you see the DIY moss-covered table plan.
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.
Calling all bohemian brides-to-be: this fabulous festival wedding will knock your socks off (appropriate, really, when our bride and groom are also barefoot). Set in the stunning Catalan countryside, Natashya & Nico could not have nailed their brief better. A naked tipi, petal mandala, Persian rugs and electronic music capture every inch of the festival spirit, whilst lace bridal separates and a purty protea bouquet add the additional wedding pretty. This wedding weekend was clearly so. much. fun. Time to party!
Take one devoted couple with a love for all things at their home town and you have an adorable Church ceremony where all the guests waited outside for the bride to arrive before entering for the I Do’s, followed by a greenery filled stretch tent reception on the grounds of the brides old Primary school.
The field was further transformed with an array of coloured ribbons, vintage step ladders laden with potted planted. Plus antique furniture for guests to chillax on and soak up the seriously fun atmosphere.
Tub of Jelly you’ve done it again guys. Hats of for capturing such a unique wedding.
How striking is this naked tipi frame adorned with flowers? Such a beautiful way to decorate your outdoor wedding ceremony. We love discovering new ways to decorate your wedding aisle, check out this post from our archives if you do too.
This frame has to be one of my favourites though, the swoon worthy combination of ribbon and dark Autumnal blooms creates a backdrop that won’t be forgotten in a while. Especially in the other-wordly setting of Godwick Hall. Images come from Darina Stoda, whose dramatic and evocative style lends itself perfectly to the styling here.