Mark and gemma wanted to create an intimate, elegant, chic winter wedding for their 175 guests.
we adopted a neutral colour palette of white, dove grey and blush to create a dreamy look and feel. mark and Gemma asked their adult bridesmaids to choose a long black gown of their choice, some opted for silk, others velvet and sequins. The groomsmen were asked to wear black tie - both parties looked glamorous!
Although the wedding was designed with a couture theme in mind, it was still very personal and romantic. Hundreds of tasteful glass and mirrored candleholders in all different shapes and sizes containing pure white candles flickered away to create warmth. Large yet tasteful glass candelabras towered over the wedding breakfast tables creating a dramatic affect and simple but incredibly beautiful flower arrangements in mirrored cubes helped create a sophisticated but dreamy feel.
The bar area included a large statement octagonal mirrored bar with a huge flower cube full of gorgeous peonies, large garden roses and small amounts of foliage. Seating consisted of a big semi circular white chesterfield sofa, mirrored cubes as coffee tables and white French Renaissance style bar stools with matching high tables. The interiors were divine and so fitting for a white winter wedding!
As mark and gemma's guests arrived, waiters and waitresses in classic black and white banqueting attire offered tasty canapés and glasses of sparking wine. As people entered the first of three areas, they were greeted by an large sparkling chandelier, another smaller mirrored fronted bar and a stunning 2.8m h x 2m w flower wall which was surrounded by a chic seating consisting of a blush velvet bench, matching pouffes and mirrored cube coffee tables. It was heavenly!