Gold and Ivory inspiration at Goldney Hall

 Goldney Hall has a beautiful Orangery perfect for Summer Weddings.

We chose a classic style with a gold and ivory colour scheme as we thought it worked perfectly with the Orangery, with the lovely cream interiors and gold chandelier style lighting.

The table was decorated with our 1m tall ivory candelabra with gorgeous flowers by Vicki at Clifton Flowers. Hanging bauble tea light holders strung with gold ribbon to the candelabra created different heights within the centrepiece. Our bespoke screen printed Rose table runner lined the table to add texture. We added gold speckled tea light holders and gold charger plates per person to tie the colour theme together. To finish the table we added some of our handmade place names and menu cards with a black edge to add some definition to the table.

You may not know but the Orangery appeared in the Wedding Episode of the TV series ‘Sherlock’

We’ve definitely been Sherlocked by this venue and it’s gardens.

Purple and Red inspiration at No4 Clifton Village

I styled my table at No4 Clifton Village with two themed settings of rustic/ natural and simply classic with jam jar flowers and bespoke table runners.

The table runners work perfectly at No4 against the wooden tables to add that extra colour, a lovely alternative than covering the tables with a white table cloth! I matched the purple table runner with a fabric napkin ring to hold the cutlery in place, also another brilliant way to add extra colour.

I created simple centrepieces using jam jams wrapped in twine filled with Limonium, Roses and Gypsophila. The bold colours of the flowers work well with the interior at No4.

Silver lanterns and tea lights were placed in the windows, these are a good way to create light and sparkle for the evening. The mercury tea lights added that all important light and sparkle to the tables.

Handmade stationery in eco friendly and recycled card matched the wood within No4 and place name holders in bright red to match the flowers and interiors of the intricate patterned wallpaper.

Rustic inspiration at The Bishop’s Palace


I designed the table at The Bishop’s Palace with a vintage bottle display combined with natural and rustic elements.

I created a simple centrepiece reusing vintage bottles and jam jams with stems of white Gypsophila and Veronica. A hessian table runner added the rustic feel and also natural colour to divide the bright white table cloth. Doilies added extra depth between the vintage bottles and the table runner but also created a prettiness to the table.

The table was finished with paper straws to match the colour of the vintage bottles, and natural handmade stationery made from recycled card.

Navy Blue, Grey and Yellow inspiration at At-Bristol


I designed my table for the At Bristol Wedding Fair with a very modern and sleek style to match the venue. I have always loved the combination of Yellow, Grey and Navy Blue, so I was pretty excited to combine these colours together on a table.

The table cloths were Navy Blue, which I lined with a simple bespoke grey table runner. Combined of three different height vases, three different types of flowers and the colour Yellow, the centrepiece looked modern. I finished the centrepiece with grey tea lights.

Per setting was a bespoke fabric napkin ring in Grey and Navy Blue fabric and Yellow satin ribbon, handmade stationery placed within the fabric ring. This was finished with a Navy Blue striped straw as an extra fun element.

Art Deco inspiration at The Bishop’s Palace


My table at The Bishop’s Palace, Wells Wedding Fair was influenced by the art deco theme of glitz and glamour, but combined this with a timeless classic to create my display at The Bishop’s Palace. My colour choice was ivory, white and silvers with hints of black for that art deco monochrome theme.

Absolutely stunning venue and a lovely blank canvas to work with, I wanted to create a centrepiece with height to compliment the beautiful vaulted ceilings.

The centrepiece sat a perfect height, the vase filled with beads to create a crystal look, which then a dome of white carnations, roses, and white anemones sat on top. I chose white anemones for the contrasting colour of white and black and because I absolutely love this flower!

I wanted to create several different heights to the table, with mercury silvered candlesticks, pillar candles, antique mercury silvered tea lights. These added the extra sparkle and glamour to the table.

Handmade menu cards and place names to match the centrepiece.


Rustic inspiration at Kilver Court


My table at Kilver Court Wedding Fair

I chose the theme of Rustic and Autumnal. Very different to my classic table at Kings Weston House Wedding Fair. The theme complimented the ballroom at Kilver Court and brought the feel of the garden inside.

The round table was dressed with a handmade hessian runner, an ivory candelabra wrapped and hung with ivy as centerpiece. This was decorated with logs, Jam jars filled with Gypsophila, and pine cones for that Autumnal feel.

Stationery: Menu cards were made with recycled card backed with hessian to fit in with the table display with a hint of gold. I loved the idea of making acorn and oak leaf place name cards; this tied in nicely with the rest of the display. I chose a wooden frame for my table number combined with hessian to match.

My stand had a combination of lanterns, candle sticks and mercury tea lights which gave my table that extra sparkle alongside a few more jam jars filled with Gypsophila.

The windowsill displayed some vintage bottles with beautiful white Chrysanthemums.