Jubilee Wedding revisited….

No, you aren’t experiencing déjà vu! Yes, we have blogged this wedding before but have recently received new photos from Dianna and Rowland’s fantastic photographer, Aneta Mak.

This was a truly gorgeous wedding and you can now appreciate it in all its glory via Aneta’s lovely photographs. It was a frantic day, installing at 4am to avoid the closing down of the bridges and road surrounding the Queen’s Jubilee Pageant but we made it and the bride and groom were very pleased

The Ballroom at the Mandarin Oriental looked spectacular on such a lovely sunny day and Dianna’s choice of cream, taupe and vanilla flowers worked a treat. We created soft balls of hydrangea, roses and orchids on top of tall silver candlesticks for the tables, enormous Gypsophilia balls on plinths for the ceremony and precious details of silvered vases and votives everywhere with heads of peonies and roses amid twinkling candlelight

The little touches that the couple put into the wedding from the statuesque painted willow message tree to the tiny favour steamer boxes to the handmade table plan made the whole wedding very special and unique – we hope you like what you see.

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julie michaelsen wedding flowers blue sky flowers photo Miss GenI don’t know how it happens but I always seem to have a wedding on my birthday…. well September is a popular month and I’ve had enough birthdays to now worry about it now I guess but this one was even more special as it was the wedding of my lovely wedding friend and a-ma-zing photographer Julie Michaelsen and her beau Ross Haley

Julie and Ross were planning to have their main wedding celebration in Italy later in the month but decided to have a London based civil wedding and party for friends and family based here. Read more here

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