Tag: Boho

Real Wedding – Rustic Bohemian Outdoor Ceremony

22/09/2014 | 5

Getting Married Abroad

Kaitlyn & Ryan   ♥   Texas, USA

Photography:   jFairchild Photography

 

If you saw Kaityln and Ryan’s engagement shoot a few weeks ago then you’ll definitely remember it – it was all kinds-of-awesome!

 

This just-plain-cool couple teamed up with the amazingly talented Jen from jFairchild Photography to celebrate their engagement with one seriously sleek shoot. Be sure to check it out if you missed it, the photography was atmospheric to say the very least.

 

If you did have the pleasure of seeing their engagement shoot then it will come as no surprise that Kaitlyn and Ryan’s wedding day continued along the same bohemian vein.

 

This is how you do chic and unique! A relaxed outdoor ceremony (with a tipi for an altar) was the perfect setting for this stunning boho bride and her hubby-to-be. Their day was filled with jaw-droppingly beautiful blooms and natural details – they well and truly rocked the rustic wedding vibe.

 

From Kaitlyn’s darling detailed dress, statement headdress and oversized bouquet to the bridesmaids fabulous flower crowns, their laid-back yet oh-so-stylish theme was consistent throughout every aspect of the day and bursting with personality – prepare to be inspired!

 

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Real Wedding – Beachside Boho Bliss In Bali

05/02/2014 | 4

You Mean The World To Me

Amity & Alex   ♥   Bali, Indonesia

Photographer:   Windee Winata – PhotoFactory Bali

 

This blissful beachside wedding is boho chic at its best – with delicate flower crowns, floaty bridesmaid dresses in nearly nude hues and an effortlessly beautiful boho bride.

 

Amity and Alex chose Bali as their destination wedding location – possibly the most perfect setting for a boho beach wedding!

A relaxed reception with family-style dining added to the informal yet-oh-so-elegant feel of the day. Tables were filled to bursting with flowers, vintage birdcages, Balinese gifts for the guests, and of course a plentiful supply of twinkling candle light and low-slung lanterns, whilst Moroccan leather pouffes provided chill-out areas to gaze at the stunning sunset and enjoy the bonfire party that ended the evening.

 

You Mean The World To Me

You Mean The World To Me

You Mean The World To Me

 

Amity says:

“Neither of us are very religious so a church wedding was never an option. Bali is a special place to both of us and before we met we had always thought we would get married there…I saw a wedding on a photography blog I follow and just knew I had to get married on that beach!”

 

“We sent out of invitations quite early to give our guests plenty of notice to start saving! The invite contained a small information booklet on Bali with tips and suggestions for where to book accommodation. It also had a RSVP postcard with song requests as a part of it – these in addition to the actual invitation, were bound in lace and twine.”

 

You Mean The World To Me

You Mean The World To Me

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