This wedding shoot combines ethereal bohemian magic with alternative styling to create a gorgeous, boho punk wedding! Set in a beautiful forest, styled with quirky items and photographed by Cole Photography, you’ll love this wedding inspiration!
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This bride is rocking the ‘leather and lace’ look, combining hand decorated jacket by Sammy Lea’s Retro Emporium with beautiful layered wedding dress by Mae Dae Creations. The personalised Doc Martens from Wedding Converse also add an edgy ‘boho punk’ touch.
The jewellery from Star Box Wedding and headpieces by Kirsty Grant Design add a touch of glam to the look. The flower petal veil by Mini Quinni is chic and elegant, contrasting the bold makeup by Benjie HMUA. The groom is also rocking some punky eyeliner which we’re loving! Both of them flaunt rings from London Victorian Ring Co.
Boho Punk Styling- lampshades and black cake...
This boho punk wedding shoot was brilliantly styled by Union of Crowns Wedding and Events. We love how they’ve used typically indoor items like lampshades and chandeliers to create a dreamy look. It’s kept natural feeling with wooden signage from Something Borrowed Venue Styling and laser cut picture frame by Here’s To Us.
Another punky touch is added with this awesome black cake by Mrs B’s Cakery, breaking the ‘white cake’ convention.
The team behind this boho punk wedding
Photographer & Organiser: Cole Photography
Customised Dr Martens: Wedding Converse
Jewellery: Star Box Wedding
Handmade Veil: Mini Quinni
Celebrant: Helen Jubb
Models: Natasha Antonia, Mark, Neve Dunne
Cake: Mrs B’s Cakery
Hand Decorated Leather Jacket: Sammy Lea’s Retro Emporium
Headpieces: Kirsty Grant Design
Bridalwear/Bridesmaid Dresses: Mae Dae Creations
Venue Styling & Flowers: Union of Crowns Wedding and Events
Hair & Makeup Artist: Benjie HMUA
Laser Cutting: Here’s To Us
Rings: London Victorian Ring Co
Barrel Table, Welcome Sign & Seating Plan: Something Borrowed Venue Styling
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