Styling Trends of 2014

With January over and the Wedding seasons starting to pick up, it’s time to look forward at the styling trends of 2014!

There are a lot of themes and designs predicted for 2014 but this is what I think we’ll be seeing more of this year. Leaving vintage tea cups and birdcages behind, more brides are choosing with the elegant and glamorous touches to their wedding. This year we’ll hopefully see more sparkle, art deco, candles, candelabras and the Hollywood glamour styled themed weddings.


Glitz and Glam Art Deco Hollywood ‘The Great Gatsby’

Elegant Gold, silver and black themed invites, glitter and sequined tables combined with hints of pearls, crystals and feathers for that Hollywood feel. Metallic and bold stripes is key with ‘The Great Gatsby’ look but sparkle is a must!


Classic Timeless Romance

Blush pinks and peach colours combined with sparkly silvers, with pearls or crystals, for a timeless classic look. Mirrors and glass plates used for the luxurious feel.


Nature Inspired

Bringing the garden inside, with natural elements such as tree bark, logs, twigs, pine cones and moss. With minimal floral table pieces- gypsophila works well combined with lots of foliage and ivy!


Whimsical with lace

Whimsical wedding with layering of lace and fancy handmade invites decorated with washi tapes and ribbons.



Candles and candelabras are on trend, they add a great relaxed atmosphere to a room but also adds that sparkle! Lanterns and tea lights are another beautiful way to make the room twinkle!


Moroccan Styling

A few pictures taken during the set up of the Orangery, Moroccan theming. Creating Moroccan Styling with a sheer red and orange backdrop, with red spotlights, Fret works tables, Moroccan lamps and hundreds of Moroccan tea lights, low level seating, rugs, pouffes, palm trees, free standing lamps, lots of silk throws and cushions. For something special and unique, cosy and comfortable, perfect for a evening party!

DIY project- Back drop created with red and orange heavy fabric with a top layer of sheer red organza. Simple coloured Moroccan shades were dyed in orange and red, Low level seating with padded seating created with Moroccan coloured throws and wadding, the gathered sections at the front to make it look luxurious and to add texture, own made tassels were sewn to cushions to create that Moroccan feel.

Liz xx