• 23 May 2012

    Alternative to flower centrepieces

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    Over the last few weekends the wedding season has been in full swing.
    Chair covers are flying out right, left and centre as are all our crystal globe centrepieces. All our crystal centrepieces were gracing the tables at 2 weddings this last weekend










    However if you prefer fresh flowers then we can offer those too










    Last week must have been the week for burgundy weddings!!

    What colour will you choose?




  • 16 January 2012

    Wedding Fayre season is upon us

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    As we embark on the wedding fayre season, Nobility Chair Covers will be out and about over the next few weeks in the Nottingham and Sheffield area.

    Fran will be appearing at the Sheffield Wedding Fayres and Mary will be at the Nottingham shows.

    If you don’t manage to catch up with us at the fayres, then you won’t have long to wait to come and see us in our shop. The Wedding Room, opening really really really soon.

  • 16 November 2011

    Busy day at the Clumber Park Wedding Fayre…

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    I’ve had a great few weeks since joining Nobility Chair Covers and Venue Styling scouring the wedding fayres in my area (Sheffield, Newark, Lincoln) to see what’s out there, and more importantly….what’s not! 

    On the 16th October I exhibited at my first wedding fayre and was impressed with the smoothness of the whole day from set up to take down all thanks to Clumber Parks wedding coordinator Sarah Lamb and her talented professional team. 

    I spoke to some lovely and very excited couples on the day and took lots of enquiries all of whom were very interested in our unique Embroidered Sashes for both the bride and groom and also the whole of their top tables. Its that personal touch that makes weddings so special. 

    Another item that grabbed the attention and imagination of vintage inspired brides were our lace sashes available in white, ivory and pink which would work perfectly with our matching table runners, mini crystal globes and our candelabras draped with lace and pearls. This look just oozes style! 

    Another hit seemed to be our new floral patterned sashes perfect for increasingly popular country themed weddings. Team them with a matching table runner and bunting, hand picked flowers and the odd hay bail or two and you’ve got the perfect look! 

    There are some beautiful products out there but what was mentioned several times to me is how varied and versatile our product range is.  We intend to continue this innovative style that Mary has worked so hard to develop over the years. 

    Both Mary and myself originally come from design backgrounds and so continue to keep up to date with the latest trends and innovations so we can translate them into stylish products for you…..watch this space!

    Written By Fran


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  • 17 October 2011

    Centrepieces in all shapes and sizes

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    Are flowers out and candles in? Will the desire for all things vintage continue? Will we see another summer of purple weddings? Everyone’s talking about blue being the new purple. OOOh after a very busy 2011 I can’t wait for 2012 to unfold.

    Our product ranges has exploded this year and here are a few tasty nibbles for you to feast on.

    Pretty crystal drop candelabras available in 5 arm , 3 arm or single stem. Arranged here on the top table and sitting very pretty on our Nottingham Lace runners. Mini crystal globe tea lights and delicate touches of colour are added through some floral accents. Oh so vintage.

    Martini glasses can be filled with whatever your heart desires. Flowers, gel balls, pearls, smarties and marshmallows-oh why not? This tropical colour scheme had perfect matching sashes and centrepieces. Just as the bride has requested.

    Why not add an element of drama to your wedding with contrasting colours making an eye catching statement, just as these black candelabras have done. Dressed with roses and standing tall, they really gave the room a focal point when you entered. Matching tango and candy sashes too tied at the side.

    So much choice the hardest thing is which one not to have.