There are a pletheria of events that are yet to be uplaoded onto our blog but I have been trying to slowly update our readers with the backlog-
This particular wedding was held in two locations in south west London – Kingston back in September.
This writeup features white stretch chair covers, baby pink organza sashes and martini vases.
The bride had the ceremony at Lovekyn Chapel a venue we have covered before but did not get a chance to take pictures due to the short timing of setup however the couple had the sit down meal in a local resturant called The Wharf Restaurant- which we found it to be devine- not only for weddings but for general meals, the French cuisne restaurant overlooks the docks and on entrance the food smelt devine!
The venue has a conservatory where this particular wedding took place- it is a long rectangle shape and can take about 50 people in a banuqet table formation.
The bride had picked a baby pink theme as it is pretty and subtle and one of the colours she had dreamt of since she was a young girl- sweet!
The chairs at the venue were covered with the lycra stretch chair covers- which recently have been a very popular choice among brides in the Autumn and Winter seasons.
She matched this with a baby pink organza sash and baby pink organza table runners- which lined the center of the table under the wedding centrepieces.
The centrepieces consisted of a 70cm tall martini vase which is also available for hire from our latest Wedding centerpiece range..
The mirror bases come with all of our centrepieces they are great for reflecting light and really add ‘pretty’ to the table..alongside the pink tea lights it finishes off the look!
We also have the table name holders that are 30cm tall ideal for guests to see and stable enough to hold the name card.
Our bride used cities the couple had visited as a way to name the tables- its sweet- personal and romantic!
Martini vases are very contempory and versitile for instance a cost effective way of decorating the table is with floating candles and petals like the blow image!
Her cake featured a four tier traditional chocolate, red velevet and vanilla adorned with pink tulips. Lovely