Quintessentially English wedding shoot

I am so thrilled to be able to share with you this styled shoot that I had the pleasure of supplying my linens for. This shoot was situated in a London Landmark venue called Two Temple Place and was styled by Jemma-Jade Events. The concept for this shoot was ‘Quintessentially English,’ I was particular excited about this one, as I knew that our Silver Leaves Linen would work perfectly in the Great Hall with its cedar wood paneling. It was decided to have a top table featured in this shoot, so Jemma-Jade Events concentrated on designing one breathtaking tablescape. The table was decorated in a very traditional English way complementing the venues aesthetics. Using my silver Leaves Linen as the colour pallete creating classical opulence, the suppliers got to work building on this design. Jones pewter charger plates were used replicating the décor of the English era mixed with baroque platinum glassware. As the table linen and crockery were bold and dramatic, the flowers were light and feminine, complementing it’s setting. Our linen worked so well with the cloud of gyp floating along the middle of the table, and the satin bows worked nicely with our vine pattern. Feast your eyes on the fabulousness of this shoot on http://www.british-bride.co.uk/2014/09/08/romantic-elegance-wedding-inspiration-at-two-temple-place/ or look at our gallery. Enjoy

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