POSTED August 17, 2017 3:39 pm IN: Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart
We recently adorned a suite at the iconic Ritz Hotel with a luxurious palette of blue flowers for an expectant mother and her close friends and family. Working with luxury event planner Alexandra Zand, we created the perfect setting for the high society group to enjoy an afternoon of traditional games, gifting and indulgent afternoon-tea.
An elaborate stem bowl of soft blue scabiosa, delphinium and peonies filled the large window space in the entrance of the suite. Complimentary bud vases were scattered across the room, filling the space with the sweet scent of summer flowers.
Following the initial festivities, guests were welcomed to enjoy the famed Ritz afternoon-tea, set on a mahogany dining table dressed with an elaborate table runner of soft blue hues.
POSTED August 9, 2017 5:45 pm IN: Wedding Blog
Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart recently returned to the Kensington Palace Orangery for a romantic Summer Wedding. The light filled venue played the perfect host to the intimate nuptials and elegant wedding breakfast.
Working closely with HRP Events and Rhubarb Food, we created a setting of Vintage Romance using a colour palette of soft pinks a cream. Several large urns framed the room, bursting with luxurious roses, hydrangea and complimentary foliage. The tables for the reception were dressed in a collection of vintage glass vessels, filled with peonies, scented sweet peas and roses.
An air of ambiance was created using a selection of gold Skosberg tea lights, cut crystal lanterns and candelabras.
POSTED August 9, 2017 5:44 pm IN: Wedding Blog
This summer we dressed the ballroom of the Dorchester with a mass of olive to create a wedding setting reminiscent of Tuscany’s rolling hills. With the brief of ‘bringing Italy to London’, Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart worked closely with Banana split to far surpass the ecstatic Bride and Groom’s expectations. Marrying one of London’s most iconic hotels with the sweet scent of rosemary, olive and candlelight, we successfully created a juxtaposition that lead to a completely original wedding concept.
The romantic ceremony took place under a bespoke olive tree Chuppah, where 260 guests celebrated the nuptials of the new bride and groom. Guests were then welcomed into the the ball room where the wedding breakfast ensued. Long tables were dressed in a mass of peonies, roses, ‘love-in-mist’, achillea, jasmine, sweet peas, passion flower, and accesorised with rustic pots of herbs native to Italy. Always an advocate of the finer details, Nikki complimented the arrangements with hessian napkin ties, accented with sprigs of olive foliage. The perfect photo opportunity, a vast Olive tree adorned the entrance, where guests were welcomed to take Polaroid photo’s and hang them to the branches along with their well wishes for the newly wedded couple. With special thanks to Blake Ezra Photography for sharing the fantastic images of the day.