No, you aren’t experiencing déjà vu! Yes, we have blogged this wedding before but have recently received new photos from Dianna and Rowland’s fantastic photographer,Aneta Mak.
This was a truly gorgeous wedding and you can now appreciate it in all its glory via Aneta’s lovely photographs. It was a frantic day, installing at 4am to avoid the closing down of the bridges and road surrounding the Queen’s Jubilee Pageant but we made it and the bride and groom were very pleased Read morehere.
Part two of our mammoth sun filled weekend last July features a beautiful, elegant and supremely classy wedding at One Whitehall in the heart of Westminster. Carla and David are a gorgeous couple who had very strong ideas about the look they wanted for their wedding day and with the aid of the fabulous photographic skills ofFiona Kelly, I’m now very proud to be able to show you what we created for them.Read on here.
Early last July saw us on one of our busiest weekends of the summer with events going on in Westminster, the West End and the City! Three very different weddings and three very different venues – Part One is a fabulous ceremony and reception at St Etheldreda’s in Ely Place and the amazing Stationers’ Hall.
Andri Benson of Always Andri Wedding Design introduced me to the bride only a matter of 6 weeks or so before the wedding but such a clear idea did they both have of the look and colour they wanted that it made my life much easier! Pale lilac, soft pink and creamy ivories were the mainstay of the flower palette supported by the silvery grey hues of Eucalyptus and Senecio foliage. Read more in our blog here
Bowls of Cream Peony, Sweet Avalanche Roses, flowering Mint, lilac Mikado spray Roses and ivory Hydrangea.
Calling sons and daughters, grandsons and nieces – Mother’s Day is just a week away and you really need to get your treats sorted now!
Why not spoil her with a beautifully packaged box of delicate macarons from Anges De Sucre – choose from Pistache Vera, Raspberry Ripple, Amalfi Citron, Earl Grey, Lavender Fields, Caffe or simply Death by Chocolate… and many more too delicious to mention! To find out how to order read more in our blog here
I first met Anthony when he came to the Spring open day at Whitehall Place and he was very sure about what he wanted for his wedding – which at that point was over a year away. I took some notes and suggested that we speak that same year. He then came to the next open day, in October, this time with the lovely Kate in tow. She mentioned their wedding date and I quickly was able to flick back in my notebook to our original discussion and could confirm that her husband to be had indeed briefed me correctly and fully on the look and theme for their wedding day … she was impressed but not as impressed as I was that he was so on top of everything! To read the full story click here
entrance display of spring flowers at one whitehall place
silver rose bowl with freesia, roses, hydrangea, jasmine, narcissi and pittosporum
It’s not really funny at all – it is deadly serious, this Valentine malarkey! You want him – or her for that matter – to come up with the idea of treating you all by themselves, but sometimes a little hint is not a bad thing. So why not have a browse through these photos on the computer and subtly leave the page open to be discovered … (read more in our blog here)
Last June we were delighted to be involved in putting together the flowers for Katie and Justin’s wedding at London Zoo in Regent’s Park. Although very pregnant during the lead up to the wedding, Katie was absolutely certain about the look she wanted for the Mappin Room and the overall feel for the day – light and fun, with little personal touches that would make a difference when they looked back on the big day. (read more on our blog here …..)
As preferred suppliers to Imperial College, a sprawling campus in Kensington, we work on a wide range of events and provide flowers for many different occasions – graduations to formal dinners, lectures to bouquets for clients, but most of all we love creating flower displays for weddings at 170 Queensgate which is the jewel in the college’s crown. (for more beautiful photos see our bloghere)