The gardens and the wedding greenhouse are a gem of South London. Without a doubt, the Grade II listed conservatory is one of most favourite wedding venues for London couples.
During our meet up, Emma described to us the perfect setup and decorations of the venue. The unusual building, its pastel coloured flooring and the vintage chairs should subtly complement the foliage aisle decorations and the copper floral arch. We proposed to use exotic flowers and greenery for all floral decorations in the Horniman Museum. After the ceremony, the wedding couple headed to Bethnal Green Town Hall to continue their wedding celebrations. There, upon the wish of Emma, we built a eucalyptus and succulents table runner, and complimented the decoration with papyrus and palm trees.
The floral arch hosted the wedding couple during the service, while the eucalyptus aisle decorations invited the guests to enjoy the celebration. The wedding bouquet and bridesmaids’ bouquet complemented the Horniman Museum’s look – grand but relaxed, Victorian but modern.
Meanwhile, the groom and his best men carried buttonholes made with exotic foliage, while enjoying the Bethnal Green Town Hall wedding venue decorations. What a day, and what a couple! 🙂
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