The beauty of weddings comes to life in themes with individuality and creativity. Which was exactly the case with Hannah and Keith who decided to take their boho-chic inspiration to another level, resulting in a beautiful wedding full of bright colours, geometric patterns and a choice of details that left us speechless.
Without doubt, you can’t miss the ins and outs of this eclectic wedding surrounded by a festival of colours.
After many months of planning, managed mainly by the groom (did anyone mention groomzilla!?), this couple were able to celebrate their wedding day in a setting, difficult to go unnoticed. Bathed in natural daylight and in a scenic garden, Hannah and Keith really made the most of their creativity and bohemian style. To obtain this look, colours were essential; a range of tones that combined perfectly with the prettiest selection of flowers in warm and dreamy hues.
The bride chose a look of timeless vintage elegance. Her straight cut gown with illusion neckline and intricate embroidery set the scene perfectly. We fell in love with the elegant details of the gown, glamorous yet so natural. The groom opted for a casual suit in navy blue, with a classic white shirt and coffee coloured accessories.
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The religious ceremony took place under a white marquee. Hay bales in place of chairs for seating really stood out inside, as did the fabric throws in different colours and textures with geometric patterns. The altar was dressed with a floral arch in pastel tones (blue, pink and lilac), with an emphasis on white and green tones. To add to this multicoloured look, the bridesmaids carried bouquets of different floral varieties and colours. Stunning!
In the same eclectic and colourful tone, the couple assembled a small screen where they pinned photos of all their guests; a fantastic idea for place cards. Books and empty bottles of wine were used as centrepieces, and we absolutely adored the fun messages on their personalised chalkboard.
When it came to spoiling their guests, Hannah and Keith hired a vintage ice-cream van. With its quirky look with pretty pink designs, everyone was able to enjoy a delicious dessert as well as being an ideal focal point as part of their eclectic look. There’s no doubt that this festival of colour added brightness, originality and a creative style to their big day.
Would you like a wedding like this? We hope we’ve inspired you to be creative and let your imagination run wild, anything is possible! We love this type of boho wedding. We hope you do too!Photos by Anna Hardy