Images courtesy of www.nataliejweddings.com
We really are having quite a time with this pandemic aren’t we?
Many weddings have been postponed, cancelled or plans have been put on hold, our shops and eateries have shut their doors and we have been told to stay inside; but despite a very challenging year for all of us, some real magic did happen..A shining light at the end of a very dark tunnel
Molly & Matt originally planning a relaxed barn wedding, with a soft palette of ivory and blush; loose, undone wedding flowers with lots of emphasis on wild textural foliages. Circumstances with the Covid 19 pandemic eventually forced their hands to opt for a change of venue to a stately home. Unfortunately, due to the impact that the virus had on so many of our beloved wedding venues, their second venue closed its doors permanently before we had time to plan for the new installations we were so very excited about
After numerous date changes, venue changes & venue closures, they decided to opt for a beautiful micro-wedding in London with an intimate ceremony at Old Marylebone Town Hall followed by dinner in The Tower Suite at The Landmark London and it was every bit as gorgeous as it sounds. What a beautiful day!
A chic palette of crisp whites and greens, with elegant lines were chosen as the wedding flowers for the day, with a pretty table-scape of dainty bud vases and candlelight for dining in The Tower Suite
I couldn’t be happier to see these lovelies finally tie the knot, congratulations Molly & Matt, wishing you a life time of love and happiness together