A Maximalist Guide to Neutral Wedding Décor

A Maximalist Guide to Neutral Wedding Décor

Neutral wedding décor continues to be a popular choice. I can understand why it’s appealing. Colours like beige, ivory, cream, blush and light grey feel elegant and romantic. They also work for just about any style of wedding. Many wedding venues have their own...
Faye & Neil’s Boho Cornish Wedding at Polhawn Fort

Faye & Neil’s Boho Cornish Wedding at Polhawn Fort

Around this time each year, my inbox starts to come alive with beautiful professional images from the weddings I’ve styled during spring and summer. I knew Faye & Neil’s boho Cornish wedding at Polhawn Fort would generate some spectacular pictures, and...
How to Style a Marquee Wedding

How to Style a Marquee Wedding

Marquees are great spaces to host a wedding. They offer a lot of freedom and flexibility and in most cases, they provide a totally blank canvas for you to work with. As great as this, it does mean the styling requires some serious thought. Whether you opt for a...
Where to Look for Wedding Inspiration

Where to Look for Wedding Inspiration

So, you’re recently {or not so recently} engaged and ready to start planning your wedding. Where do you go for inspiration? I believe one of the worst things you can do is head straight for Pinterest. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a useful place to organise ideas, but if...

Geometric Patterns Wedding Styling and Inspiration

This week I’ve been thinking a lot about modern and geometric patterns for weddings. Mainly because I’ve been sourcing some wallpapers to create a backdrop for my stand at Brides The Show at Westpoint arena in Exeter next month. The paper I’ve ended...