A Wonderful Wedding in the Swiss Mountains

A Wonderful Wedding in the Swiss Mountains

A Wonderful Wedding in the Swiss Mountains

Hello from the beautiful Swiss mountains…!

The Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart events team spent an amazing few days working on an incredible wedding overlooking the pristine mountain views of Switzerland last week. 

Taking place in the wonderfully snowy setting of the Tschuggen Grand Hotel, fresh foliage and wild flowers lined the ceremony walkway as the bride made her way down the aisle. A beautiful arch studded with white and cream wild flowers, blush lilac and tumbling jasmine framed the couple as they said their vows. 

Working to a colour palette of blush, cream, mauve and burgundy, the guests made their way to the grand restaurant where beautiful statement trees mixed with a canopy of fresh foliage and wild flowers beautifully hung from the ceiling. Guests dined beneath the foliage canopy, in amongst a meadow of nude and apricot roses, cow parsley and thistles which ran perfectly through the centre of the tables... A beautiful sprig of flower placed in freshly spritzed napkins completed the table set-up.  

A huge congratulations to the special couple and a special mention to the most hard-working dream team we could ask for – Jason, Alex, Jon, Moira, Nawaf, Yogi and Mikey.

To book your personalised consultation with our events team, call us on 020 7229 1174 or email events@wildatheart.com  

 


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