All posts in “Wedding table Decorations”

Real Wedding at Nettlestead Place

Wow…I do love to get photos from our brides!! Laura’s Mum created all the flowers for her wedding at Nettlestead Place, Kent in April. With 120 people guests she created low table centres for each of 20 tables. With a simply colour scheme of cream and white flowers and foliage from their own gardens. Continue Reading…

DIY Inspiration – Lisianthus Bouquet

Keeping it simple is the best way to DIY your wedding flowers, for this inspiration I’ve used 3 type of flowers and 1 foliage to create a lisianthus bouquet.

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Featured Wedding on Love My Dress

We’re thrilled to see one of our DIY brides featured on the amazing wedding blog ‘Love My Dress’…Sophia married Tom at The Barton Estate near Cowes on the Isle of Wight on 29 April 2017. With a religious ceremony at St Mildred’s Church, Whippingham and a country barn reception at Barton Estate, their day was inspired by an ‘undone barn’ look with lots of springtime flowers, an informal vibe and personal touches. The couple married on a budget, planning and styling everything themselves. Continue Reading…

Real Wedding – Bentley Wildfowl in East Sussex

If you’re thinking of having a Tipi for your wedding, let me inspire you with Megan and Julian’s festival wedding in East Sussex.  It was filled with character, rustic touches and DIY details.  Bentley Wildfowl in East Sussex, allowed them to have a blank canvas without lots of restrictions that they could personalise and create they own dream wedding! Continue Reading…

Village Green DIY Wedding – September 16

We’re thrilled to be able to share some amazing images from Jemma and Nick’s DIY wedding from last September.   Held in a small village in North Kilworth, Leicestershire…they transformed the village green into their wedding venue. Continue Reading…

Red Wedding Inspiration as Valentine Approaches…

As Valentine day approaches, I thought I would inspire you with red wedding ideas…after all it is the colour of love!  Be it a bold statement or trying to add a touch of warmth, using red can spicy up your wedding theme. Continue Reading…