This boho festival wedding inspiration is a grown up explosion of dulled rainbow colours, with beautiful moody yet fun styling and is sure to inspire you for your own big day. Set at Oaktree Weddings in Nottinghamshire it’s country vibe surrounded by animals is perfect for your outdoor wedding! Here we catch up with shoot coordinator and florist Lucinda of the The Flower Fairy Newark who tells us all about how her and the rest of the suppliers created this boho festival wedding…
“With splashes of blue, green, pink, orange and yellow, an amazing team of suppliers were involved in this shoot. All elements from the stunning florals, styling, stationary, signage and beautiful cake created some dreamy festival wedding inspiration.”
“Setting the scene for the style shoot was the in your face invitations created by Little Red Weddings. Using colour as her main inspiration for the day, these invites just shout festival vibes. Making mixtures of the entire colour palette from the brief, the invites give an alternative look to your everyday stationery. This really set the theme for the day.”
“The ‘Oaktree Farm venue is a stretched tent originally designed and created in South Africa. The Newark based venue was a great blank canvas than your standard marquee. We wanted to make the most of this stunning venue and really create a festival wedding style that was bright, fun and cool. We wanted to share all the different ways couples could make the venue personal to them. Also working with the suppliers, we knew they would give 100% to match the laid back, modern and industrial atmosphere.”
“Being a big fan of colour, George at Two Eight One, was pleased to have free reign to create something bold and bright. Her vision for the styling was festival brights with a boho romantic vibe. Inspiration for the tablescape was hues of pink, amber and gold as a base colour palette and then added pops of colour through the candles. Then to top it off a load of disco balls – because every festival wedding needs disco balls right?”
“On the tables we had beautiful on the day stationery created by Wild Calligraphy. Using bright watercolours and hints of glitter, this blended well with the theme and gave that rustic touch to the day. The table plan was inspired by her favourite festivals in the East Midlands and beyond. Table names are a great way of incorporating your personally into your day.”
“Complementing the styling was some gorgeous florals from Flower Fairy. Contrasting colours against the styling really gave the wow factor when walking into the venue. The floral displays were big, bold and spectacular. Not to mention the remarkable flower crown worn by our own pink haired Cinderella.”
“The bride wore a relaxed styled dress made by Fiona Elizabeth Couture. The top and skirt was a great match for the shoot and the sparkles really tied in well with the festival theme. Not to mention the fact the dress was blue! With the dress being separates, it is great for any party brides wanted to wear the top or skirt again with different outfits.”
“So we cant get enough of the Armelle Ellison Jewellery supplied for the day. A mixture of gold and colour was incorporated in the designs and they really stood out from the crowd. They are different to your standard wedding ring and great for any couple looking for that little twist.”
“Her shoes were made by Inanna Bespoke Shoes. Their goal is to help people who are struggling to get excited about off the shelf shoes. She offers bespoke hand painted shoes that are as unique as her clients, and my my they are unique. The designs are a real showstopper when walking down the aisle.”
“The groom wore a Gere Menswear suit which dark checked tones really allowed the colours to pop. With a matching waistcoat the groom could throw off the jacket and party to rock tones with his bride. Giving that relaxed feeling to the day. It was then also complemented with a colourful pocket hole, which matched the floral displays in the venue.”
“From blue dress to pink hair. Relaxed waves and flower crown was all we needed for our gorgeous bride. The look by Ben at Urban Therapy Nottingham stayed all night long whilst she partied with her groom. Make up was created by Nicola Whitfield, who uses cruelty free products. She created a flawless finish and really emphasised the eyes with a smoked out look. She added biodegradable, eco friendly purple glitter to complement the theme. Matching lipstick colour to the bride’s bouquet really finished the look.”
“Now it wouldn’t be a party if there wasn’t some great wedding food and Storeybook Cakes really brought a showstopper to the shoot. Being inspired by the colourful styling, She incorporated a mixture of different colours and glitter to a white canvas. Keeping to the theme she also created sugar flowers to match the bouquet.”
“Each element of the shoot was captured perfectly by Photography by James Morris. Using the light as his main inspiration for the shoot it really allowed the colours to pop. His vision of creating alternative images worked well with this shoot and would be great for any couple looking for something a little different. Focusing on all the little details and really capturing the happiness of the couple.”
The Suppliers – Boho Festival Wedding Inspiration With Colour Splash Rainbow Styling
Concept and Coordination- The Flower Fairy Newark I: @flower_fairy81 F: @TheFlowerFairyNewark and Photography By James Morris I:@photographybyjamesmorris F: @PhotographybyJamesMorris
Bridal- Fiona Elizabeth Couture I:@fiona.elizabeth.couture F:@FionaElizabethCouture
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