Tiffany & Jack
Private Marquee, Cheshire
Wow what a whirlwind Jack and Tiff’s wedding was! We met with only five months until the big day and they were planning a spectacular, very design-led one with a full weekend of events which included creating a glamping village adjacent to the marquee for their guests to stay in.
The styling of the marquee saw grey linen draped over a mixed style of tables including long, round and square. Caroline the florist did a fantastic job, as each table needed to feature the same elements, no matter what the shape.
Tiff looked absolutely stunning in her designer ivory gown: with her bouquet featuring blooms of ivory, cream and pale apricot plus masses of vibrant green foliage it set the theme for the rest of the wedding décor.
After the church ceremony we had pink fizz on the green, before getting the guests onto the vintage double decker! Whilst the bride and groom left in a fabulous vintage motor complete with floral decoration.
We loved the retro champagne tower that greeted guests at the house, though we had to put a short table cloth on the table as it was just too windy!
Their day was packed full of details, we loved the kids play area (they looked so cute in their outfits!)! The photo board, the dressing table in the loo’s, the amazing food, the fantastic Mr & Mrs cocktails.
All the Bell tents set up for the evening, complete with their own shower unit and personalised hangover kit!
The bespoke favours the bride had made for the ladies, the bride’s Dad giving a surprise performance during his speech, which made her cry.
The band filling the dance floor and me filling the fire pit many times to keep guests warm as they ventured out into the evening and towards their tents!
But best of all we loved the smiles from my very happy bride and groom who kept saying to me, “to think, we thought we didn’t need a wedding planner!, how wrong were we!”
“Thank you for doing a fabulous job for us, everything went so smoothly” Mother of the Bride