Inspired by Jules Verne


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Norton Grounds

Styled shoots are a fantastic way for us to inspire our new brides to take the leap for something new and interesting for their wedding day. This is why when we were approached by Golden Pineapple hospitality to decorate a fabulous Marquee, We jumped at the chance! This shoot allows your mind to drift away to a whimsical world of Jules Verne and 50,000 leagues under the sea With touches of faded glamour this romantic adventure of florals aims to create low fuss, yet high impact to any venue.
Using subtle elements of coral, porcelain pinks and metallic rose gold to add a eye catching twist on the seaside theme.

Inspired by Jules Verne

Inspired by Jules Verne

By using a rose gold candelabra with soft grey candles this enables the centre piece to rise above the table up into the free space of the marquee. Many textures and soft tones have been used to create details and interest to the base of the candelabra.


Inspired by Jules Verne

Adding in very pale pink sea urchins to compliment the secret garden roses and rose golds. This adds individuality and depth to the very simple table centres.


Inspired by Jules Verne

A suspended canopy of muted foilages and florals, such as green amaranths, delphiniums and hydrangea create a romantic addition to the top table. With air plants embedded into sea urchin shells to hang like jellyfish this really is the ultimate show stopper.


Inspired by Jules Verne

Chair backs are one of our favourite little additions to add into any wedding. Simply one each for the bride and groom completes this whimsical look perfectly.


Inspired by Jules Verne

You can see more of our fabulous styled shoot in this months edition of Wedding flowers and Accessories, out now.


The Creative Team:
Photography: Weddings by Nicola and Glen
Styling: Golden Pineapple Hospitality
Venue: Norton Grounds

 

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