Do boho and feminine always go so perfectly together? I guess so, right? I usually think of boho as succulents and macrame, but duh, it's lace and feathers too. The mood board proves that boho was born to pair with pink protea and blush ombre dyed linens. My girly side is tickled, you guessed it, pink with this mood board.
You know when you come across an image you can't get out of your head? That happened with this STUNNING wedding I found on Pinterest when searching for turquoise wedding rings for a post a few weeks back. Elizabeth of Spell designs dreamed up a stunning, casual, modern, boho wedding day and with the help of some all star vendors, she made that dream a reality! These images are beyond inspiring! Click here to see more!! *Disclaimer: this isn't my work, but I wish it was!
The Events Lounge / Rugs + cushions: The Palace & Co / Anise Catering / Custom made low tables / The One Day House / Cushions & poufs + gorgeous Beni Ourain Rugs: Tigmi Trading ~ + vintage Moroccan silverware / Assorted verandah furniture: Lovestruck Weddings / tropical plants: The Borrowed Nursery / Organic love-spray party favours: Vanessa Megan Skincare / Luciana Rose & her team: Hair & Makeup
Inspired by the last breath of summer and dreaming of a beach wedding filled with natural elements from the sea, and natural colors from a breath-taking sunset. The prettiest pastel florals mix with air plants, drift wood and sea glass to make a simple, relaxed celebration.
You guys, I am so so excited because the styled shoot we did a few months back is finally live on one of my very favorite blogs, Inspired By This! I've shared a few photos of this epic elopement shoot, but I've saved some of my favorites for right now!
The inspiration for this elopement came from the beautiful, scenic backdrop. I wanted to contrast that with bright pops of color so the table and flowers really stand out. I love the idea of an enchanted picnic in the middle of the forest, like you walked into a well-styled episode of "The Bachelor." I recently travel to Morocco and while the look isn't overly Moroccan, I brought back some stunning textiles that all make an appearance in the shoot and prove that bohemian can be bright and colorful.
Thank you thank you to all the amazing vendors who made this vision come to life!!!
photographer: The Ramsdens / design & coordination: I Love Love Events / florals: Beaurust Florals / hair: Annaliese and Company / make-up: Marriessa Tatulli / gown and veil: Rue de Seine Jasmine from Lovely Bride / suit: H&M / props: Stylwed
The macrame trend has been building in all segments for the past few years, including home, fashion and weddings, and it still seems to be going strong. This (possible) DIY idea can take many forms from backdrop to table runner to ceiling installation there's a way to do it small or do it big. Here are a few of my favorite ideas.