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Wedding party who is who………….

One of the most personal and important aspects of your wedding planning process will be choosing your wedding party! Your wedding party (also known as the bridal party) will include not only the people who will help you plan your big day, but they also are those you will want by your side when you […]

By |September 4th, 2017|Wedding Planner|0 Comments

Deciding on Wedding Centepieces.

When it comes to wedding receptions, great food and engaging entertainment will be a top priority for our clients . However, as an event stylist, we know the value of finishing touches for the overall ambiance of the event. Just consider all the ways a well-designed centerpiece can contribute to your event:

• Will be the […]

By |August 23rd, 2017|Venue styling|2 Comments

10 Tips to style your Wedding Shabby Chic Style

So today we are talking Shabby Chic Weddings, Shabby-chic is difficult to describe in just a few words, but it’s a forgiving style that leaves lots of room for your own unique tastes and decorating touches. It’s a warm and inviting space, full of things that are memorable, treasured, upcycled and comfortable.

The key differences between […]

By |March 16th, 2016|Venue styling|0 Comments

12 Top Tips to Styling your Vintage Wedding

When you’re planning you wedding, the wedding decor options are endless. From traditional styles to modern bling there’s no real way to go wrong.

We will be looking at the different décor styles available and how to get them right. So our first styling tips will focus on vintage! By adding vintage pieces that you or your friends and […]

By |March 11th, 2016|Venue styling|5 Comments

10 Tips for Choosing Your Dream Wedding Dress

Finding the perfect wedding dress can be a complicated matter. There’s a lot more to it than setting a budget and hitting all the best shops. Regardless of your budget, there’s always something beautiful and cheap, including the wedding dress. If you feel like you’ll never find the wedding dress of your dreams, here are […]

By |February 27th, 2016|Wedding Planner|0 Comments

6 Ways to reduce your Wedding Guest List

Your guest size is the single biggest factor in determining the cost of your wedding, and in many cases, the venue you can – or cannot – hire.
Unless you’re getting married overseas, almost no-one turns down a wedding invite so you can forget hoping for some drop-outs to get your “B-grade” friends on the list…
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By |February 25th, 2016|Wedding Planner|0 Comments

7 Things Brides Forget To Do Before Their Wedding

You will so busy with the big things for your day so here is a reminder of the 7 Things Brides Forget To Do Before Their Wedding
1. Break in your shoes
It might sound obvious but probably not one of the first things you would think about ~ your day will be long with lots of standing up.  […]

By |February 23rd, 2016|Wedding Planner|2 Comments

To chair cover or not to chair cover…is the question we ask?

In the many years that we have been supplying chair covers throughout the South West we have seen them go from being a luxury item to being an essential. Chair covers can help to create a more classic look or to cover some not so pretty chairs.
We have seen many a debates in regards to […]

By |February 20th, 2016|Venue styling|0 Comments

Styled shoot

Our second look was using ruffled sashes and sequins table covers. They are so popular at the moment and we love working with anything shiny and pretty.
Wellington barn was the perfect venue due the ambience of the room. It worked well and the look really complimented the room.
By now, we know that your wedding chairs […]

By |February 19th, 2016|Venue styling|0 Comments

Styled Shoot Wellington Barn

Styled Shoot Wellington Barn
This month saw our first styled shoot, although we have helped on shoots previously this is the first one we had organised. We had a specific look in mind and the perfect venue was Wellington Barn in Calne. Having decorated the venue previously we knew it was exactly what we wanted.
We worked […]

By |February 19th, 2016|Venue styling|0 Comments