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Wedding Planner Bedfordshire Shares a Neutral Boho Inspiration at The Barn at Spring Farm

The Barn at Spring Farm is located between Cambridge and Newmarket, with a medieval barn nestled on a 17-acre working farm. The barn provides a bohemian style celebration surrounded by historic accents and natural beauty. This dry hire venue seats up to 120 guests and allows for you to create your very own wedding inspiration.

Beth & Amy from Miss Carlysle and Co are Wedding Planners and Stylists based in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire, they worked closely together on this boho inspiration shoot, with the growing love for more of a relaxed style wedding they knew this was the perfect inspiration. Amy came up with the inspiration of a boho inspiration but wanted to show how this can be adapted with ‘pretty features’. Using lots of pampas / dried flowers by Saras Events Flowers. Amy from Miss Carlysle and Co planned & co-ordinated the shoot alongside help from Lorna Marie Events, Amy’s inspiration came from the love of a boho, neutral palette with lots of pampas to compliment.


Bewilderly - ‘Frankie decided to pair classic recycled frost acrylic with this gorgeous look. Frosted acrylic blends in seamlessly with a modern feel. I chose white ink across all pieces which kept everything light and elegant, mixing calligraphy with a serif font for the larger sign’.


For the ceremony, we wanted to add a romantic feel to the shoot by adding glass cylinders and pillar candles, they set the ambience for the day. We scattered a whole range of different sized glass cylinders under the arch, the pillar candles were the only source of light in the room adding to the atmosphere. We added our new chair drapes onto the limewash chiavari chairs, they add that extra bit of colour back into the room without taking over.

For a 2nd ceremony set up, using the white draping and copper arch, we went with more of a boho relaxed style with having white & gold lanterns with pillar candles, alongside pampas florals to add depth into the ceremony.