A dream of many brides. A memory not to forget. A tasteful choice.
Not many venues in Britain carry a status of a place where memorise are created, and truly remembered for the years to come. We all know that Natural History Museum is an institution in London and the UK that is talked about, that sets the trends and that makes us all conscious of our environment. All the floral decorations made for this wedding were diligently thought-out and methodical.
Our initial consultation and the planning process were executed through online meet-ups, both on Skype and phone calls, as the couple were based in Hong Kong. The distance didn’t matter. We were leading the venue walk-throughs and meetings with the coordinators and updating the bride and groom on each step of our process. In the final week before the wedding, we scheduled an update session and finally got to know each other in person.
We will call it a romantic city gathering in a beautiful wedding venue, with 120 guests in presence. Each table was decorated with end-of-summer blooms: rose hips, clematis, fragrant roses, flowering oregano, mints, summer anemones, trailing vines and other flowers and arranged in copper urns. A 3-metre low and long arrangement was made for the top table, and two oversized centrepieces framed the couple and their closest family. Finally, 500 candles lit the stairs and elevated the look.
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