Zara and Anish asked me to come on board a few months before their wedding to help them bring their styling ideas to life as well as taking the planning pressure off them in run up to the big day.
Their wedding took place on a gloriously sunny August day at Hedsor House. Along with my super-detailed running order I was grateful to have the wonderful Natalie on board as my very able assistant as we had just 2 hours to set the venue up for their civil ceremony alongside talented florists Ruby & Grace.
With ceremony number one complete it was time for drinks on the lawn, cutting the beautiful cake that Melissa Woodland had created for them and a spot of lunch whilst the space was turned around for their traditional Indian ceremony.
As Anish & Zara said I do for the second time Natalie and I were styling the wedding breakfast room using more of Ruby & Grace’s floral handiwork and beautiful gold sequin linen sourced from The Sweet Hostess.
About the Author
She loves epic checklists, heartfelt wedding details and country walks (as long as they end at the pub.)
Her dislikes include all flying insects, bad timekeeping and most wedding chair covers.