HOW TO ROCK A BOHO URBAN WEDDING
I’ve said it many times before, but we love to feature styled shoots on our blog. Yes, they can sometimes seem unrealistic, but personally, I think they are a great source of inspiration and can be super helpful for a number of other reasons too like…
- Finding suppliers and assessing their suitability and skills
- Inspiring creativity
- Discovering the ‘little details’ that would sometimes get forgotten
- Guide brides and grooms on how to achieve a certain theme or style
And our recent survey found that although styled shoots were the 4th most popular feature on our blog, we were certainly asked a lot of questions about them, the main one being how we can make them more helpful? So these past few weeks we have been working hard to make them more informative and we would love to know what your think so far?
Is there anything else we can do to make the styled shoots we feature here, even better?
With all that being said today we have another fabulous styled shoot to share with you today, complete with a guide on how to rock a boho urban wedding from Anna, creative director at Rose Paper Scissors & Natalie from Private Dining Experience.
“Blues, yellows and the “boho” look are ordinarily associated with the green fields, rustic furniture and festoon lighting of a countryside Wedding. However, by choosing the South Place Hotel in the city of London as our location we have shown how it is possible to bring a colourful, fun look to any urban Wedding!”
“Floral designs were styled using yellows and whites from New Covent Garden Flower market and featured foliage to fit in with the botanical inspiration and this years greenery trend!”
“Remember that flower displays don’t have to be grand or extravagant! Placing a few stems in glass bottles is surprisingly effective and injects colour onto a white tablescape! The same florals can be incorporated into a simple flower crown which means every photo of the couple is full of colour and joy!”
“The stationery will excite your guests from the minute they open it! The interactive envelope can be turned inside out to become the RSVP envelope; very nifty, considerate of the environment and a playful twist!”
“The truly unique dress features a Blue dip dye effect with the most beautiful laced back detail. Still elegant and feminine, this alternative dress design offers something for the Bride that wants to veer away from traditions. You could get this dress dyed in any colour depending on your own colour scheme!”
Photography, Stationery & Co-styling: Rose, Paper, Scissors | Venue Finder and Co-styling: Natalie Ellen Cobb, Private Dining London | Venue: South Place Hotel | Dress: Lucy Can’t Dance | Cake: The Pink Kitchen | Rings: Nikki Stark Jewellery | Wooden hanger and ring box: Two Stories Gifts | Bow tie and pocket square: Matchimony | Cufflinks: Personalised Treazure |