If you're looking for a statement feature for your wedding, florals can be a superb way to do this!
Last year, Andi from Twine Floral Co. got in touch to share her concept for a fine art, fashion-focused editorial in London, and I was immediately on board. It wasn't long before 10-11 Carlton House Terrace had joined the team and Millia London were providing statement gowns.
Andi and her team created two stunning floral installations - one of which you can see here, and the other will be coming separately.
I always love it when couples decide to make a feature of their venue's staircase. It's often one of the first things your guests see when they arrive at your venue, so a stunning staircase installation can set the scene for your guests. It's also the perfect opportunity for somewhere to be creative with your bridal, groom and couples portraits. Keep scrolling to see the fine art, heirloom imagery we created with Elena and Shaun.
For more from this editorial, watch out for the second part of this blog. If you can't wait that long, head over to our feature on U.S. wedding blog, the White Wren.
With particular thanks to Andi are her team for creating such magical installations - not only are they superb at what they do, they're also a joy to spend time with!
Floral Design and Concept: Twine Floral Co | Photography: Jamie Edward Photography | Venue: 10-11 Carlton House Terrace | Gowns: Millia London | Hair styling: Vanity Lounge Bridal London | Makeup: The Makeup Labb | Jewellery: Michael Rose London | Suits: Anthony Blay | Women's Shoes: Manolo Blahnik | Models: Elena & Shaun