January 5, 2011
Wednesday, January 5th, 2011
What do you do on one of the snowiest weekends of the year? You do a wedding in Central London of course!!!
On the last saturday before Christmas, we drove very carefully through a blizzard to RIBA for the wedding of Jane and Phil. The flowers had a distinctly festive feel and couldn’t have been more apt with all the snow on the ground!
The Art Deco venue was the perfect background for the glittering arrangements we created for the ceremony and reception. Jane carried a snowy white bouquet of hydrangea and roses highlighted with diamante pins, and as her grandparents were unable to be at the wedding, we added a beautiful little photograph of them on their wedding day, which was a lovely way to include them in her special day
The festive flavour continued with white rose buttonholes highlighted with diamante pins and a touch of scented pine.
The reception was held in the Florence Hall with its soaring ceiling and wonderfully high windows. To complement these, we created high arrangements for the tables using silver glitter twigs, white hydrangea and delicate glass decorations.
As a finishing touch, the favours were in the form of gorgeous glass baubles.
December 23, 2009
Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009
Last Saturday was the perfect winter weather for our last wedding of 2009. Warren House on Kingston Hill was our destination for the marriage of Katy and Richard and, with glorious sunshine and snow on the ground, we created beautiful arrangements with a hint of Christmas sparkle!Guests were greeted at the front door by a glittered birch heart, dressed with deep purple satin before the ceremony, which took place in the stunning ballroom.Urns filled with aromatic douglas pine, eucalyptus, purple lisianthus and glittered birch flanked the registrar’s table. For the reception, we carried the purple theme through with very seasonal table rings of pine, berried ivy and mistletoe, whilst storm lanterns with candles added soft romantic light.
Finally, as it was a winter wedding and there was mistletoe on the tables, we just had to have a kissing bough to welcome in the festive season!
December 23, 2008
Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008
Windowsills were dressed with pine, holly and candles for winter warmth and a white chocolate helter skelter cake added that touch of snow! We wish you all a very happy and peaceful Christmas and look forward to sharing more of our work with you in the New Year.