Sharing some fun pics of our fab china out for a Mad hatter tea party to celebrate the launch of the new Disney Alice in Wonderland movie recently.
Our thanks to Moe Coakley of Creatrix for sharing these images, not forgetting Bella Agogo our lovely model looking amazing.
The soft shades of rose gold and blush pink take centre stage again for 2016. Lots of ways to incorporate these beautiful glamorous yet feminine shades into your wedding. we have put together some of our favourite looks.
love these wedding bands and the fab engagement ring.
These lovely soft shades in bridesmaid dresses suit any skin tone just add some pale pink and ivory bouquets to complete the look.
All images are shared from pinterest.
We were delighted to be invited by the wedding team at The Village At Lyons to help with their style shoot to launch their stunning new venue. This new venue is perfect for smaller more intimate weddings.
Downton Abbey was our inspiration for this shoot so we added a little old world charm with china as place setting and our exquisite selection of silver and cut glass for floral displays.
Images by Blackbird Boulevard Photography.
A fabulous vintage tea party reception is a great way to greet your guests on arrival at your wedding venue. Hiring the china is only the first step then you need to think about styling the table keep it simple yet eye-catching. Dress the table with lace to keep with the vintage theme. Add a little height with some candles and raising a display of some of your special pieces of china off the table. Your food can be as extravagant or a simple as you like. From dainty sandwiches, cupcakes and macaroons to naked cakes. Display these on some vintage cake stands for a truly afternoon tea experience.
Depending on where you decide to have your wedding ceremony Church or wedding venue, You will want to add some decorative touches to make that walk down the aisle extra special.Here are some of our favourite ideas.