A White Wedding in Cambridge

A White Wedding in Cambridge

A White Wedding in Cambridge

August, 02 2016

Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart recently dressed both the church and reception for an elegant wedding in Cambridge. Using a simple colour pallete of white and green, Wild at Heart created a beautifully simple look for the ecstatic bride and groom.

The entrance to the church was transformed with a bespoke arch created using an abundance of fresh flowers, such as lily of the valley, eucalyptus, majolica, spray and sweet-scented O’Hara roses. The striking arch acted as the perfect photo setting for both the guests and the newly wedded couple after they completed their nuptials.

As guests entered the vast hall that played host to the evening’s events they we struck by the calming aroma of the lavender and rosemary which was incorporated into each arrangement. Varying sized bud vases decorated the tables with large nordic fern arrangements standing tall above guests as they enjoyed the evening. Mirroring the style of the ceremony the reception was set simply yet beautifully with crisp white table linen accented with simple crystal tea lights and candelabras.

 


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