November has always reminded me of gray tones and typical British weather. My customers, whose names are Sylwia and Jarek, teasingly chose exactly this month for tying the knot. As if by magic, we changed toneless landscape into old pink combined with silver tones. Bride’s ethereal beauty perfectly suited the tones. The duet appeared in every detail, flowers, venue lighting, paper decoration, and one of my favourite candy buffet. Newlyweds had dreamt about traditional wedding, but with modern items. Finally, making dreams come true it’s my job.
Groom picked up fiancée by classic Bentley. He was greeted by four bridesmaids at bride’s home. Their styling also referred to the whole celebration. Church decoration perfectly went with romantic and stunning ceremony. Way leading right to the altar was decorated by coronets with candles and pastel pink roses, along them proud father were leading his daughter. After church ceremony, Sylwia and Jarek were sprinkled by alive flowers petals, and the groom prepared fireworks for his wife an all of the guests.
Therefore, we cared about keeping romantic atmosphere also during a reception, essential elements of decoration were candles, which were standing on newlyweds’ table, surrounded by petals. The final result was pure perfection. An innovative solution and lovely ornament at the same time, were newlyweds’ initials made of flowers. A guest book was replaced by glass bowl, where guests were putting greetings cards for Sylwia and Jarek.
The centerpiece, especially for youth, was candy buffet. Guests could taste personalized chocolate-covered gingerbreads, muffins, nuts, jellies, popcorn and many others. At the time when the bride, the groom and guests were dancing on the dance floor, kids had their exclusive sweet paradise.
Sylwia and Jarek went on a fabulous Zanzibar for their honeymoon and I also had a hand in designing and organising the expedition.