Beautiful Boho Style Wedding in a Forest | Wales Wedding Photographer
As we stepped out of the car at the edge of the enchanted forest, I knew this was not going to be just an ordinary boho wedding. Quietly, we all lined up to go deeper into the woods to that special spot where all of us could witness the sacred vows of two people choosing to become one.
The giant trees were welcoming us on each side of a trodden path. No fancy decorations, no red carpet was needed. The whole forest was celebrating as we walked down to the aisle. Suddenly, sounds of Celtic tunes resonated through the leaves of the tall majestic trees. I confess it was quite hard not to shed a tear when the bride was walking down the aisle with her dad by her side. His eyes could not hide the emotions he was going through that moment, either. His little girl was getting married to a man to his liking and worthy of her hand.
A little patch of grass, by the ruins of a 17th century old church in Wales, was the perfect location for our boho bride Josie and her groom Warren to join lives. Heaven was rejoicing while everyone was singing songs of worship and blessings upon them. The spirit of worship still dwells amongst the ruins and that body of people were forming the church.
The ceremony ended with the sounds of a bag pipe playing Amazing Grace. It was such a deeply touching moment for everyone part of this boho forest wedding.
It truly was one of the most beautiful boho chic weddings we have witnessed and I shall forever remember this special day! And the fact that my toes got to feel the cold waters of the Atlantic. What a treat being a Wales wedding photographer.
Thank you to everyone who made this wedding happen :
Wedding dress: Luella’s boudoir, in Wimbledon Village
Groom suit: River Island
Ceremony location: Trinity Chapel, Ilston Woods, Gower
Reception Location: St Madoc’s, Llanmadoc, Gower
Flowers: Simone Robbins
Bridesmaid dresses: Etsy, Camelliatune shop
Bridesmaid gifts: necklaces handmade by Josie’s mum, with glass found on the sea shore
Catering: The front room cafe, mumbles
Stationary: Josie & her mum made and printed the invites. The paper we printed on was from The exotic paper company
Marquee: County Marguees
Brides shoes: TOAST
Grooms shoes : Rocha John Rocha
Brides head piece: Artisan Dried Flowers
Decor: Saree fabric for table runners and bunting from Ebay. We grew the wild flowers for the tables in a friends field
Photography: Green Antlers Photography