Updated: 4 days ago

Researching IS overwhelming as there are so many options available, so my next suggestion would be to create a mood board, whether that is a physical or digital mood board (Pinterest).

Although researching will still be quite daunting, if you do, choose to get to know yourselves (likes/dislikes) it will make filtering even within this process a lot easier.


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You can never assume anything these days, so for those who may not know what PINTEREST is, it is a search engine that enables you to find inspiration and ideas about ANYTHING, giving you the opportunity to create mood boards and save all your ideas.

It is a force to be reckoned with. It leads you down a never ending path, drawing your attention to everything you never really knew you desired or needed in your life, until you saw it and obviously had to pin it.

In all seriousness, it is an amazing tool to use as a guide to understand and develop your preferences for your special day.

Look at as many photos as you can and save the ones you love the most. Then, after a while, you’ll notice that all your saved pictures seem to follow a specific trend which is usually the theme/trend that will speak to you the most.


As Pinterest incorporates images from all over the world, you need to be aware that certain ideas/visions may not be as easy to replicate in the UK (or your home country).

If you opt for a style, venue (or even types of flowers) that come from a different climate you will have to pay extra for the decorator to source all of these elements to create that vision.

When searching put "UK" (or wherever you wedding will be) as it will give you a more accurate idea of what is available to you, and from there you can decide.

REMEMBER: It’s easy to get lost in the search so always remember to take breaks and clear your mind. While your wedding aesthetic is important, remember that some details are less important than others and most importantly trust your gut feeling.


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Tip Number Four: DON’T GIVE UP

Choosing a wedding theme isn’t easy so don’t beat yourself up about not knowing what you want. It doesn’t matter whether it takes weeks or months to choose a theme that you love!

It is your special day and you shouldn’t have to settle for less. Take your time and really think about what you want as this will influence the season, venue, colours (the fluidity) of your day. It is better to take a little longer and love it, than to not be so sure and having to end up making changes along the way (this will cost a pretty penny).


I hope this will help in finding the perfect theme for your wedding or any special event you are planning. In the meantime don't hesitate to share, comment and let me know how you've manage to find a theme that both you and your spouse loved.


Until next month,




Updated: 6 days ago

As a Stylist and a Floral Designer, the one thing that I will never get tired of seeing is the endless amounts of eclectic wedding styles, visions, themes and colour palettes. After all, this is at the heart of all that I do, but it doesn’t mean it doesn't come with its own set of challenges.

Vision is important, it is the essence of every idea, but without practical application its nearly impossible to turn it into a reality.

And so I want to let you in on a few ways to steer your inspirations in the right direction to fulfil all that you have envisioned for your special day.

Firstly, there are two key steps within the process of identifying and choosing your ideal vision for your wedding day.

1. Finding Inspiration

2. Narrowing down your options

Factors to consider

Personal Inspiration:

Likes/Dislikes, Personality, Favourite things to do, Search Engines (Pinterest) etc.

Practical Inspiration: Budget, Season, Wedding Venue, Wedding Decorator

Personal Inspiration: Tip Number One: GET TO KNOW YOURSELVES FIRST

Personal Inspiration: Generally, your wedding ideas and inspirations are an extension of what you and your spouse love the most, from choice of season to your theme colours.

Therefore, when thinking about the type of theme you want for your wedding day, begin to assess and ask yourselves.

What do we like? What don’t we like?

What are our favourite colours?

When and what are we doing when we feel most like ourselves?

When do we feel most at ease and comfortable?

Begin to look at your furniture, the music you listen to, the clothes you wear, the places you enjoy visiting as inspiration to really understanding what it is you love and enjoy. As this will mirror the type of atmosphere and theme you desire for your special day,

Choosing your favourite season alone will begin to narrow the ideas, colours and most importantly the day of your wedding.

A good question to ask yourselves is what would you want your wedding to reflect about you and your spouse?

If you are unsure about what you like and dislike, asking family and friends to pinpoint attributes, likes/dislikes, as they may be able to tell you things about yourself that you may not even realise.

Bonus Tip: With that in mind, with a lot of research you may be surprised that you will be drawn to certain designs and ideas that never crossed your mind, which is why it is always helpful to remain open-minded, even when you are set on an idea.

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Tip Number Two: RESEARCH

When you don’t know where to start, begin to look at magazines, search engines like Pinterest, blogs, Instagram...

Essentially, any visual tools that will begin to give you an idea about what is on offer (NB: there is no pressure to follow what’s trending).

On our next post, we will share more tips on how to narrow down your ideas and find a theme for your wedding.

Until then don't hesitate to comment, share and let us know what is your favourite tool for wedding inspirations.





Updated: 6 days ago

As you might have noticed we love colours and love to play with them when it comes to designing a beautiful #wedding creative. I am excited to share with some more details of this #luxurious shoot we designed a couple of months ago.

The South Place Hotel, based in the City of London served as the perfect location for this Modern Luxury styled shoot. I wanted to style a wedding that incorporated a tablescape with a vibrant colour palette and over the top #florals. The idea was to create a very #luxurious and lavish look, rich in colour and details for the modern and discerning brides and grooms to be.

We were a team of 6 suppliers on the day to prepare and dress the venue, while the video and photography team took an early start to treat the makeup and hair styling as a real wedding, taking the model right through from bridal preparation to candid and posed images.

This #Luxurious modern theme was filled with gold details including golden oval chairs, golden cutleries and gold glasses. Floating candles and votives were winding all the way across the table with vibrant #florals in abundance to ensure a #luxury look, feel and scent for guests. The design of the stationaries intentionally matched the #flowers to add a #romantic touch to the tablescape.

We had Full use of the hotel, including the Michelin starred restaurant and the roof terrace to really show the diversity in themes a hotel can bring when #design is a key feature. The venue actually hosted a real wedding on the day of the shoot and walking around with a #bride really confused the groom's party pre-ceremony as they were wondering where their #bride had gone."

It was such a fun and #creative day collaborating with an amazing team of UK #wedding vendors. Scroll to bottom for list.

Film by @AlohaLondonFilms, Venue @southplacehotel, Produced by @florissadesignsevents, Model @classylassy101, Photography @stevemulveytog, Photography @ji_photography_brighton, Dress @houseofeliora, Dress @morgan_davies_bridal, Florist & venue stylist @florissadesignsevents, Hair & Make-Up @rosanasmua, Hair accessories @alexandra_bespoke, Hair accessories @ritzandsass, Cake Designer @amara_cake_boutique, Stationery @vintagefleurdesigns.


#luxuryflorals #luxuryweddings #luxurycentrepieces #syledshoot #flowers #orchidscentrepieces