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A Dreamy Summer Wedding in Regent's Park

Working with Snapdragon London, we used romantic soft pinks and delicate purple flowers for this dreamy summer wedding in Regent’s Park. Pink and white peonies, sweet peas, white hydrangea and purple clematis made up the sumptuous table centres and were accompanied by gold and crystal accents from surrounding tea lights and candelabras. The top table featured a tall birch tree decorated with glass orbs and tea lights growing out of a bed of gorgeous summer flowers. Photographs courtesy of Chris Morgan Photography.
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Party at the Palace

We worked with events planner Fiona Leahy to create a gorgeous setting for one of the most beautiful weddings of the year. The reception took place at Blenheim Palace where guests from around the world arrived to celebrate. Long banquet tables were decorated with crystal candelabras between gorgeous rows of O’Hara roses, peonies, sweet peas and dahlias in nude tones with accents of apricot and lilac.
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Magical Woodland Dream, Kensington Palace and Kew Gardens

We created a woodland theme for this fabulous couple’s ceremony. The magnificent arch - where the bride and groom would stand together for the first time - was made up for bundles of magnolia and blossom, while candle lanterns beautifully lined the aisle. We then created a beautiful focal tree which was used for guests to find their seats and Cherry blossom trees adorned the venue. Glass tea-lights added to the magical woodland dream.
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Cornish Seaside meets English Country Garden

Inspired by the Cornish seaside, the blue and grey tones of the coastline were incorporated into stunning floral decorations, which also gave the day a distinct countryside garden feel. For the reception, a mix of flowers in pastel and coral shades were used create a spectacular statement arch at the marquee entrance and gorgeous summer garden flowers also filled white urns that ran along the centre of the tables with tea lights scattered throughout for a magical touch.
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Quintessentially Wedding Atelier

For the Quintessentially Wedding Atelier we created an incredible flower arch in stunning shades of blue, purple and pink with silver highlights, flowing into a gorgeous meadow of flowers. A canopy of flowers in soft whites with accents of gold stood on the table as a centrepiece and was nestled in a base of dusky pink roses. These reflected perfectly in the golden table top, mimicking the gentle candle light and crystal accessories.
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A light and luxurious wedding

For this beautiful wedding at The Grove Hotel we used light cream, white and pink peonies, roses and sweet peas to create a traditional and summery feel. We included small vases to complement the larger table centrepieces, so there were spectacular flowers wherever you looked. The light colours worked perfectly with the heavy flower content, making the arrangements opulent without being overwhelming and maintaining the beautiful light and airy feel of the room. Photos by Anushe Low
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The perfect countryside wedding

For this beautiful countryside wedding we wanted the flowers to look completely at home and styled them to look freshly picked from an English country garden. At the entrance to the venue we filled stone urns with magnificent, towering flowers and in the marquee we installed an arch of bright flowers and soaring arrangements climbing to the ceiling. The guests were seated on hay bales over which we placed sheaves of lavender and colourful posies.
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A Magnificent wedding celebration, London

Held across three days, this fabulous London wedding was a haven of floral fantasy. Colour was the main focus for the pre-wedding party held at the Grosvenor Hotel. We flooded the room with bundles of bright flower arrangements that included hydrangeas and roses, and tables were draped in jewel-coloured cloths. Large flocked black candelabras added to the dramatic feel.  A gorgeous colour palette of pale pinks, creams and greens created the most beautiful English garden feel for the ceremony. Roses played a lead role in all of the magnificent flowers on display - blush pink roses, garden roses, coffee and antique caramel roses, teamed with dahlias, hydrangeas and scented white jasmine. A 15ft diameter hanging knot of roses was the focal point in the marquee, whilst magnificent mirrors were framed with roses and rosemary. As the bride made her entrance, arrangements cascaded down the delicate staircase and lead the way to the romantic rose petal covered mandap. The evening reception was a white-wash of elegant arrangements. Cream and gold vintage table cloths looked picture perfect as roses sat in silver urns, vases and large cake stands. Silver candelabras were wrapped in white roses and clusters of tea lights dazzled across the room. An event to remember with the amazingly brilliant Banana Split team.
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A Country London Wedding, Royal Chelsea Hospital

We were delighted to bring a piece of the countryside to London with an English country garden style wedding in Chelsea. Our colour palette was made up of delicate blues and whites, with a touch of peach. A mix of hydrangeas, garden roses, gypsophila, delphinium and camomile were used to create an array of beautiful arrangements. Place names were in pots of herbs along with vintage bottles and jam-jars which were also displayed on the tables. Huge urns and a wild flower arch were created for the church and pretty flower crowns were made for the bridesmaids to match their soft blue dresses.
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A September Wedding, Cambridge

Set in the countryside in the brilliantly named village of Six Mile Bottom, this London couple wanted to create a chic and elegant look that would reflect their style and personality. The bride’s favourite flowers were hydrangeas so I suggested a colour palette featuring purple, orange, blue and grey. The top-table became the focal point where I had created a beautiful over-flowing curtain of flowers which draped on the floor. Tables were decorated in crystal candelabras and surrounded by tea-lights and bouquets of roses and hydrangeas. A country chic wedding at its best.
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