Wedding venue dressing and decoration can help transform your venue into a dream wow-factor romantic setting. Expert venue stylists will work with you to turn your dreams into reality be it for the ceremony, wedding breakfast or evening reception.
There are so many wedding venue and decorative hire ideas that are far too numerous to mention whether for themed weddings, outdoor receptions that may include charming chair covers and centrepieces, tipis, light-up letters, flowers walls and so much more.
Here’s some great wedding venue stylists with whom you can discuss your wedding dressing ideas based in Essex from places like Colchester, Harlow, Southend, Chelmsford, Grays, Braintree and Clacton, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention An Essex Wedding magazine when contacting a venue stylist or decorative hire specialist.
At An Essex Wedding magazine, we want to help you plan your dream wedding. That's why we put your wed-min questions straight to our local wedding experts so you can get the best advice. Today, Hollie Kneller of Essex venue stylists Love Rocks answers your question and gives advice on finding your own wedding style. "We're overwhelmed by the amount of wedding styles and themes. How do we narrow down the choices and find something to reflect us?" Read on for the answer...
Posted: 6 April 2021
Here at County Wedding Magazines HQ we champion local wedding suppliers and think tying the knot close to home is also better for you, your loved ones and the planet! With abroad wedding looking uncertain for the next year or two, it's also another perfect reason to get married here in Blighty. Yes, you may not always have the sunnier weather, but why not bring a taste of the Mediterranean to your UK reception with this new range from Setting Pretty?
Posted: 29 March 2021
If you're getting married in a beautiful country house venue. How do you reflect the luxurious setting in your venue styling? We asked Essex venue stylist Mediterranean Occasions. "When planning your styling, choose opulent centrepieces that complement the setting. For example, glass-cut candelabra brimming with florals would work beautifully. I also love candles for creating a romantic and cosy atmosphere. Imagine walking into a room full of flickering candles giving a warm glow for understated wow factor."
Posted: 22 October 2020
Emma Fews of Essex-based Elf Occasions Venue Styling tell us how you can reflect you and your partner in your wedding venue styling if you're planning an intimate wedding. Firstly, go back to basics and prioritise what's most important to you. Fewer guests will allow more budget to spend on these priorities – whether that's transforming your space with the décor of your dreams or having a fairytale designer dress – do what's right for you.
Posted: 15 October 2020