Zoe & Dan’s brilliantly modern wedding took place in one the capital’s most iconic venues - London Zoo! Their reception venue was equally as interesting - a hidden tropical-themed speakeasy bar in south London complete with indoor treehouse. Super cool.
In keeping with their avant-garde approach, we created a modern scheme around Zoe’s request of peach, coral, gold and touches of bright pink. For their reception we filled modern geometric cubes accented with gold glitter tape with ferns, gold-leafed succulents and gorgeous peach and coral tones to dress their banquet tables.
Kim and Ross were keen for their wedding to reflect their respective careers as a scientist and a design artist, and their flowers offered the perfect opportunity to do so and make their wedding at The RSA in London genuinely unique.
To reflect Ross’s love of colour and design we used bright primary colours for the buttonholes and bouquets and created a suspended curtain of flowers for their ceremony. For months beforehand, we scoured eBay and flea markets for vintage laboratory flasks which we filled with a rainbow of flowers for Kim’s laboratory-themed table table centres.
Lucy & Jack's huge marquee provided the perfect blank canvas for their classic country wedding in Stamford, in rural Lincolnshire. The couple were keen to make an bold colour statement, so we filled hundreds of glass bottles with bright purple and hot pink flowers, to decorate the banquet tables. The theme continued through their gloriously eye-catching bouquets and buttonholes.
Alex & Sean’s infamous venue needs no introduction! Taking inspiration from Kew’s Palm House and art deco conservatory, we filled tall fluted vases with elegant white and green arrangements with exotic ferns to echo the botanical theme for their reception. Majestic stone urns flanked their ceremony table and the bride carried a bouquet of white summer flowers and boston ferns to continue the theme.