These two brides created a boho feel by incorporating a muted color palette in their woodland outdoor wedding – complete with a triangle arbor.
Hannah and Joan headed to Margaret River to tie knot. With the help of family and friends, they pulled off a complete DIY event, full of personal and stunning touches.
Jo and Lydia liken their wedding day to their overall approach to life, which is nice and casual. Nonetheless, this took nothing away from their magical wedding at Margaret River.
Kayla and Tricia always felt like the black sheep in their families, and so creating a rustic boho wedding that was truly reflective of them was most important.
After shopping for wedding dresses together, Lisa and Sophia chose matching wedding dresses for their simple, magical, forest elopement and reception at home.
After choosing the St Georges Restaurant, Kat and Sophie needed minimal styling to pull together their modern New Zealand wedding day.
Anna and Sina fell in love, slowly. They are two humans made for one another. And, their love was celebrated while frolicking along the coastlines of Italy.
This styled inspiration proves that a backyard wedding can in fact be far from anything boring. With a boho meets modern feel, it celebrates color and love.
Laura and Sarah are the classic story of falling in love with your straight best friend. Only it turned out, the feelings were mutual.
Wedding plans might have changed three times, but not having their day was never an option. Alora and Danielle married in the forests of Canada in this intimate wedding.