So we are gradually emerging from the lockdown and the government have confirmed that couples can have wedding ceremonies with guests of up to 30 guests. There are so many mixed feelings about the ambiguity and vagueness of the guidelines and some frustration regarding all the restrictions.
I reckon that most couples who do go ahead with a simple and intimate wedding ceremony in the upcoming months, will probably have some type of gathering afterwards. Especially those with a nice garden facility.
We have discussed design ideas for that in last month's blog post. For today's I wanted to share with you some ceremony inspiration images, taken from some of our previous real weddings.
With so much being scaled back, it's only right that you give yourself some indulgences. If your ceremony is the main space that you have, to make a fuss, then make a fuss you should! And we are right there with you.
I just love the character of old traditional wedding venues such as Addington Palace. With so much dark wood in their ceremony room, when we styled this space we decided to contrast the richness with neutral tones. The perspex and glass elements reflected the light beautifully and really set the scene!
I always feel that when your ceremony is in the beautiful setting of the great outdoors, there is not much that needs to be done! What better backdrop that nature itself!
Whatever your location, style, taste, ideas and options, we have the experience and expertise to give your ceremony the needed dose of fabulosity. Book your complimentary consultation and let us talk through how.