• 7 June 2010

    A Tale of Two Weddings

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    Two Bridal couples, two different approaches to colour.

    Two of the weddings we were invloved in this last weekend were very different in their approach to the amount of colour that was used to decorate the venue. One with an abundance of colour, in deep rioja reds with detailed floral arrangements and the other wedding was stripped of colour and reduced to simple silver and white.

    Ceremony Table Swag in Rioja organza.


    Ivory chair covers to match the venues linens and rioja sashes.

    Floral centre pieces by April Flowers and Contemporary Cakes

    All the accessories on each table were colour coordinated to fit in with the wine/claret and dusky pink colour theme. Tied ribbons around the napkins, ribbons on the cookie favours and table names were all coordinated brilliantly with all the colour culmintaing in the floral centre pieces. The deepest shade in the colour palette was utilised for the chair sashes tied around the ivory chair covers.

    In complete contrast a minimalist approach to colour was displayed in another of the weddings we were ask to work on. A modern minimalist room was refelcted perfectly by the use of silver sashes and brilliant white chair covers. Tall floral arrangments with striking foliage and very little else on the table completed this elegant room.

    Shimmer Satin Satin tied cravat style

    Top table swag in match satin fabric


    Beneath these covers are dark charcoal grey chairs, to say the room was transformed would be an understatment.


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