Delighted to post some pics of our brand spanking new logo created by Sprowt Graphic Design last month. We created the fresh floral wreath which surrounds the logo and I was so lucky to have my friend and photographer Karen Buckle capture it in all its fresh floral goodness.
Can't thank these two amazing ladies enough for making my dream a reality and helping with the re branding of our business. Its soon to be blown up on my work van for all to see...
We don't get much spare time these days for creative shoots, as we are busier than ever with events. In the past Winter and Summer were quieter times for events, however these days our clients are having their weddings evenly year round rather than the traditional Spring and Autumn. So when a free day arrives we jump at the opportunity to style and coordinating something pretty with our peeps in the wedding industry.
Here's one we worked on recently with Karen Buckle Photography. Just a few gorgeous images Karen captured from the day to wet your appetite before they are featured on a blog somewhere in Wedding Inspiration Blogland.
Big thank-you to all the suppliers who assisted their time and products to our shoot. Can't wait for the next one.
We had the pleasure of creating lots of pretty pastel blooms for Yvette and Rogers wedding that was held at Spicers Grandchester also know as 'Hidden Vale', surrounded by rolling pastures a far as the eye could see. The wedding was planned to perfection by White+White Events, and the gorgeous images below were captured on film by superstar photographers Byron Loves Fawn. You can see more images from their wedding on the Style Me Pretty blog.
For the ceremony we placed lots of white faced Babies Breath through an existing hedge arbor that provided the backdrop for the vows, and made it look like the white spring blooms of Jasmine that flower at the end of the year in spring, rather than when their wedding was held in February. Guests were provided with paper cones of rose petals with the extras being used to line the aisle. Jars of fresh blooms were placed down the aisle and then taken back to reception to be used on the bridal table.
The reception was within a marquee lined with fairy lights and each table was decorated with two mason jars with chalkboard finish and over flowing pastel blooms similar to what was used in the bridal bouquet.
Such a delightful wedding to be involved in. We have the loveliest clients and suppliers we are fortunate enough to work alongside. Life is sweet.