For this couple’s wedding, we knew it was all about originality and style. Right from our initial meeting, the bride had a clear vision of what she was looking for; a beautiful, organic, natural feel without being messy or unrefined and in keeping with the two venues. For Eton College Chapel, it was all about understated glamour.
The aisle was lit by an avenue of candlelight leading to the altar where the ceremony was framed with beautiful cut birch trees, surrounded by nightlights for a soft, romantic feel. Back at Dorney Court, the marquee was transformed with 60’ long trailing garlands of foliage’s like Olive, Skimmia and Rosemary, dotted with Kumquats (the Brides favourite!) and plenty of candles and nightlights on each table.
Over each table hung a 54’ long Birch Trees, draped with Smylax and Asparagus Fern with hanging globe nightlights. Whilst the table designs were quite foliage heavy, other designs featured Lily of the Valley, Stephanotis, Waxflower and Akito Rosebuds with champagne, ivory and peach Piano Roses, Ranunculus, spray champagne Roses, Green Bells, Antirrhinum, white Scabious and Bombastic Spray Roses. With thanks to Martha Stewart Weddings.