Whether you’re drawn to bright and bold installations or subtle and understated bouquets, our wonderful florist of choice – Lily’s Flowers – are experts when it comes to all manner of flora and can chat through your ideas with you to create something special.
One trend to have on your radar is dried flowers, which are so versatile and work just as well for arrangements in vases as they do arches. And the best bit? You can keep them afterwards!
From traditional three tiered splendour, courtesy of Purita Hyam, to a more contemporary naked number dressed with fresh flowers from My Little Shop of Cakes, there are so many options when it comes to cake.
But weddings are all about celebrating the couple and their preferences, so if you’d rather think outside the box, why not go for a wedding pavlova or cheese tower?!
During the reception, your guests will spend lots of time seated, so make sure you’ve considered styling. As well as bouquets and button holes for decorations, Lily’s Flowers have experience dressing tables with flowers and foliage. Another idea for real impact, look into floral installations that sit at a higher level.
Whilst you can opt for standard linen, crockery, cutlery and glassware, the incredible team at Duchess & Butler specialise in creating tablescapes with a wow factor. Simply hiring charger plates, for example, can really elevate the overall look.
For the perfect finishing touch – consider on the day wedding stationary. We recommend Victoria De Barros, who creates stunning table numbers, menus and place cards with a personal feel.
With floral arrangements and table styling, your wedding setting should be picture-perfect. However, when it comes to weddings, more is more! So, budget permitting, here are some ideas of ways that you can really set your day apart.
Academy Furniture Hire have a range of beautiful chairs to choose from. But if your budget can’t stretch to this, both The Chair Dressing Company and Chair Cover Dreams are experts at transforming standard seating . Plus, they have fairy lights, drapes and the ever-popular light up letters.
Finally, for a cost-effective option for creating walls and arches, consider balloons. If you’re feeling brave, you can even order DIY kits from the likes of Ginger Ray to create these decorations yourself.