On the 10th of January I had a pleasure of attending Aashni & Co‘s fantastic wedding show at The Dorchester hotel. The show was designed to impress and astonish with its Zitas Elze’s enchanted woodland setting, breathtaking fashion couture demonstrated by India’s most illustrious designers and other high end wedding professionals.
Wild at Heart created an amazing Christmas showcase this year. It was a mix of contrasts and strong trends, but instead of fighting each other they looked like a whole – a new fantasy land of Christmas magic. It is easy to say that great vision and design is the domain of celebrity florists, but such approach is fruitless. It is better to learn from such great examples of floral design and apply it in small to grand levels.
This autumn Quintessentially Weddings Atelier hosted another luxurious wedding showcase. Flowers were literally everywhere: in cakes, in cocktails and on stands and they were breathtaking. For this show two main flower treats were prepared by Philippa Craddock and McQueens .
Today I will share with you photographs of some amazing flower installations created by Wild at Heart for Stylist live and behind the scenes of making edible flower lollipops with Meringue Girls. Be ready for some major flower inspiration.
This week I had a pleasure to attend the Spirit of Christmas fair, which was a true enjoyment. The show offers an early start to the Christmas season, but without the crazy rush to perform the best in the limited time that most of us experience. Be it the mad rush to buy presents or attempts to cook the best meal ever. Most of us were there and it is no fun. So I was grateful for an opportunity to relax and actually enjoy the festivity with its citrus smell mixed with the scent of mulled wine and freshly cut greenery without any rush.
We all have crazy days in our lives and the Opening day of Brides the show one such for me. On that Friday morning I had no idea about how the day would turn out. The plan was simple, go to work, then to corporate event and then home, hopefully not being too tired to just fall asleep. The first part of the day went according to the plan, but the beginning of a lunch break I thought enough. I want this day to be special and I want it to be about what I want not what is expected of me. And so I decided to squeeze a preview of Brides the show in my already busy day.
It’s been a while since Brides the show, but I still have a vivid memory of it and this is no surprise considering how much work each supplier put into their stand. This is specially true for florists who were exhibiting at the show. As each floral stand looked like a little fantasy world: a place with a story, little hidden gems and most importantly a soul. I think that all this beauty deserves to be shared and since each stand had its own story, it is better to look at each individually.
Brides the show is on and it is full of great wedding and styling ideas, so if you are looking for wedding inspiration this weekend this show is for you. I just checked it out and it’s fantastic! There is a lot to see at the show, but I was especially swoon by the flowers. I would say it is an amazing floral haven! And so in this post I want to share with you photos of the 10 best reception shoots taken by the Brides magazine, which were recreated for this show by the top wedding stylist Laura Burkitt
London Design Festival is in town! Its a time for celebrating creativity, imagination and art the whole week. This annual gathering has a lot to offer with its 400 events and exhibitions scattered all over the city, so everyone will find something for their taste. I love what this event is all about and thought of sharing my highlights- so be prepared for all things floral!
Hi lovelies! Today I want to share with you photographs of an amazing creations made by Rebecca Louise Law and Rose Robson, I’m sure you will enjoy it.