Ceremony styling at The Old Vicarage…

I had the best fun styling the awesomely vibrant wedding at The Old Vicarage…

Emily was so open to ideas… her brief was natural and vibrant, so of course I was in my element… It was decided to make a real show of the beams hanging 30 jars packed full of vibrant florals… The aisle mimicked the beams with more floral jars plus lanterns and rustic wooden log slices… The fireplace was framed by two rather large striking arrangements packed full of vibrant flowers and tree branches… A floral wreath took centre stage surrounded by further lantern and log slice styling, oh and just one or two more floral jars! The impact when you walked into the room was incredible!

After the ceremony the entire room was stripped out and relocated to the marquee dressing all the tables including table plan, gift table and ad-hoc areas around the marquee… nothing went to waste, even a few jars made their way onto the garden tables spreading the vibrant love everywhere!

Grandeur at Lulworth Castle…

So… My birch arch had a second feature at Lulworth Castle this week… I tried out some asymmetric styling with foliage garland trailing from the frame and off centre floral arrangement… Loving the results! Linen & Lace styled the steps with their quirky  terrariums, crystal tea lights and awesome glassware meeting my large floral urns at the bottom… I love ceremony styling, it always looks so beautiful and romantic…

My lasted creations were featured at the castle steps… two large free standing arrangements towering either side of the entrance with natural flowing silver birch foliage and nude garden flowers… these bad boys made such a statement greeting the guests as they arrived!

The tablescape styling by Linen & Lace looked awesome with attention to detail as always with eclectic pieces here and there complemented by my soft nude florals…

And the bouquet! All garden rose’s with herbs and foliage… what an amazing scent!

Lulworth Castle Twilight dream wedding!

My very own dream wedding was brought to life with this bad boy!!! Twilight inspired to the max…

I’ve been wanting to use tree’s at a wedding for so long and I finally got the chance at Lulworth Castle… Silver birch with tall cypress tree’s, beach and eucalyptus lined the aisle, wrapped up in hessian and wooden crates… the steps leading to the ceremony area were styled by the fabulous Linen and Lace with awesome candles and fern plants…  this lead the my hand made birch arch with white drapes and wild foliage arrangement… I really let the foliage and flowers do the talking with this design keeping it free flowing and natural!

The reception had so much attention to detail with gold candelabras, gold lanterns and candle light styling by Linen and Lace… the tables were covered in moss with tiny foraged pine cones, crystal but vases and gold vases of flowers, plus sprigs of fern and roses heads here and there… I was completely in love with the whole setup, so excited and so happy with the results!

New Forest Wedding…

The day one brides vision turned the humble village hall into a magical wonderland wedding…

Meeting Louise last year I was confident her vision of wowing her guests, letting them think they were entering a stuffy village hall, when in reality she’d revamped the place from head to toe!

The village sports hall was cloaked with the lining of a marquee hiding everything in site… Louise’s handmade gold terrariums, which a covered with trailing foliage, hug from the marquee lining running the length of the hall… Banquet style tables were put together with long foliage table runners plus gold candelabras, gold candlesticks and tea lights… tiny gold and crystal vases filled with jewelled spring flowers nestled amongst the foliage… matching napkins, tiny handmade gold terrariums and gold bunny favours finished the look!

Her bouquet was packed with beautiful red tulips and anemones, lilac roses and textured woodland foliage with scented eucalyptus… All foliage bridesmaids bouquets with alternating jewelled trailing ribbons looked awesome against their dresses!

Sopley Mill wedding…

Beautiful Sopley Mill wedding… what a great bank holiday Monday I had setting up this awesome stylish wedding…The sun was shining and it was such a hot day… all the windows at the mill were open and I could here the birds and river outside while I pottered around the mill in my element setting up for the days wedding…

The theme was Italian and food inspired… The ceremony had cute little olive tree’s surrounded by herb plants and succulents with a foliage runner linking all the elements together… Rustic crates met the registrars table with further herb and foliage styling, plus cool gold lanterns and tea lights…

The banquet style tables were my absolute favourite… slate tops with Moroccan green glasses, gold cutlery and vintage crockery… Herbs and succulent plants were grouped here and there with textured foliage running the length of the tables plus a few lemons and limes for a pop of colour… The room was alive and felt so zingy and fresh… Everything was brought together with awesome sharing platters provided by Ginger Catering with further gold tea lights styling…

Best wedding to date… I loved every second of the set up!

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