Natural History Museum Oxford
Luxurious, fun, jungle oasis with all tropical leaves and plants and no flowers. Gold Highlights for votive, stands and containers
Ceremony - Queens College
Drinks- Pitt Rivers Museum
Reception - University of Oxford Natural History Museum
Another beautiful wedding with Maple Rose Weddings. We worked with Hannah to create a sophisticated Jungle for this couple who did not want any flowers. We used large tropical plants to make an entrance which took the eye away from building work and gave guests a taste of what was to come.
The height of the ceiling and stunning Iron work was highlighted with festoon lighting and our selection of whicker shades and a mixture of low arrangements and tall gold stands on the tables. To prevent everything looking one dimensional with green, we selected lots of leaves with different shapes, shades of green and textures like graceful palms and wild ferns.
The wedding was full of small details that brought everything together like Monstera leaf place cards and an Oasis instillation to frame the amazing cake.
"The huge variety of stunning tropical leaves which created a luxurious, exotic feel to the venue and highlighted the exhibits perfectly, particularly the Tyrannosaurus which poked through palms to great guests during the wedding reception"
Wedding planning and design - http://maplerose.co.uk
BTS Imagery - http://gyangurung.com/
Production - http://www.that-event.com/
Stationary - http://millie-stone.co.uk/
wedding cake- http://tattooedbakers.com