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A fun, hand-crafted wedding at Fulham Palace

When these stunning pics landed in my mailbox before my hols I was over the moon! You really are in for a treat this morning, a wedding day filled with so much fun and beauty. Not only is Ellie a seriously hot bride in her pretty Cymbeline dress but there’s a cake buffet including millionaire shortbread, ‘cronuts’ and Sylvanian family cake toppers! Plus a serious amount of handmade detail and not forgetting the boys – a cardboard paper football table too! This beautiful London wedding was captured by Graham Joy who is as Ellie quotes, ‘one to watch!’

 
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
 
THE DRESS:: I wanted something quite vintage in style but being 6ft tall an actual vintage dress was out of the question, as they aren’t made for tall peeps! A friend from uni and my sister in law had both bought their dresses from Blackburn Bridal and I loved them both – long, elegant and vintage style. I went along with my Mum and my dress (‘Gala’ by Cymbeline) was the second one I tried on – I instantly felt awesome. It was super comfy, felt like I could dance in it, and didn’t feel as though I’d need to hold my stomach in all day and pretend to be something I’m not. My big proviso was ‘could I go to the loo in it alone’ without needing to be a diva and have henchwomen. In summary, every item of clothing I ever wear from here on in will clearly be a disappointment!
 
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
 
BRIDESMAIDS: I’m not a very matchy matchy person and I wanted my best women to feel great and like they were dressed in dresses that really suited them. Therefore instead of getting matching dresses I gave them a budget and went shopping with each of them to find the perfect dress. We stuck to a pale grey, nude and cream colour palette. I think they looked immense and they all felt brilliant too, which was the main thing for me.
 
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
 
THE ACCESSORIES: I never considered having a veil but in a very stereotypical fashion I tried one on at Blackburn Bridal and IT WAS THE GREATEST! Beautiful, long, vintage style, and with lace around the edges. It made the dress even more lovely too.
 
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
 
DECOR : One of the huge areas of enjoyment whilst planning our wedding was designing all the little elements and planning how the venue would be dressed ourselves. I designed our save the dates & invitations, made cake stands, constructed 120 confetti cones from vintage music sheets, dried and shredded all the lavender that was growing in our families and neighbour’s gardens, designed and drew three display blackboards, and helped arrange all of the flowers with John, family, friends, and my Mum – Phew!
 
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
 
THE CAKE: The VERY talented Mr Bake made us an amazing cake buffet! Two three tiered layer cakes; salted caramel and chocolate, and raspberry and white choc, millionaire shortbread, and cronuts! It was brilliant and proved incredibly popular with our guests. We also had a small ‘cake’ of tiered cheeses to add a bit of savory to the mix. The excellent thing was that guests could snack on all the leftover cakes and cheese from the meal throughout the evening.
 
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
A fun and hand-crafted Spring Wedding at Fulham Palace | Read more on Whiter than White Weddings | Photography: Graham Joy
 
ELLIE & JOHN
DATE: 1st March 2014
GUESTS: 110 and a load more in the evening for a proper party!
 
THE PROPOSAL: We’d been talking about getting married for ages but were both mega busy with moving house, moving jobs, and were probably a bit lazy!
I was having an op in April 2013 that meant I’d be unable to walk for a while afterwards, so John suggested we go to the coast for a nice walk the week before (excellent ruse). We got the train down to Hastings and went for a lovely walk from the top of the hill back down to the town. John brought a ring that he’d chosen with him (from the amazing Tomfoolery) and asked me if I wanted to finally get married, and then the fun ensued!
 
THE VENUE: London is our home and we love the city so much, we never considered anywhere else! My father grew up in London and lived there his whole life. He passed away in 2009 and so we wanted to get married in London even more as it felt then as though he would be part of the day.
Fulham Palace is not a palace in the sense of big ostentatious, showy, golden facades; rather it’s a very old ex Bishops residence and is wonderfully unique, full of history, and covered in huge fireplaces, beautiful dark wood, and peaceful gardens with beehives and vegetables. You can do everything there, get married, eat, and have the party. They allowed us to have the wedding we wanted rather than one they were trying to sell us – I’m a freelance illustrator and designer (check out Ellie’s blog here!) so wanted to do all the decoration and design elements myself with John and the staff at the venue (amazing Aini!) worked with us to help us make everything we had in our heads work in practice. We always wanted a relaxed and informal wedding, and the venue, decoration, and format of the day definitively enabled us to achieve this.
 
PHOTOGRAPHY: We wanted someone who was more of a friend rather than a stranger. I found Graham through my work and he’s just brilliant. We didn’t want any ‘cheesy’ wedding photos, and other than the few group shots for family members we wanted a documentary of the day and the details rather than anything showy or staged. We instantly felt at ease and knew that Graham wanted to take the kind of photos we wanted to see. We met up before the day for a chat over a pint and it felt so calm and easy. On the day everyone told us how comfortable he made them feel, and most of the time we didn’t even know he was there – he’s one to watch!
 
THE FLOWERS: I was very lucky, having a Mother who’s also a freelance florist! She took wedding flower courses on the side of her day job and now does the occasional wedding for family and friends, and general floral greatness for all. I scoured the internet and used Pinterest to source flowers I liked – very wild and non structured was the key for me, with lots of white and colourful spring blooms. We had 40 vintage milk bottles filled with daffodils and freesias decorating one of the drawing rooms, and lots of gypsophila and seasonal flowers everywhere else. I spent months collecting jam jars and bottles that I decorated with twine and lace for the flowers to go in. The wildness and non fussy nature of the flowers all went towards the relaxed feeling of the day – and at the end of the night everyone was offered the jam jars with flowers in to take home with them, which went down very well!
 
THE GROOM: John’s outfit was possibly better than my dress! A made to measure wool/cashmere blue suit with checked waistcoat from Suit Supply.
 
DETAILS: For our favours my Mum and I scoured every car boot, charity shop, and attic sale for 6 months and sourced 110 vintage teacups and saucers, so everyone had an element of the mad hatters tea party to take home with them. We also got everyone a British Heart Foundation pin badge which we pinned onto a card I’d designed and asked everyone to wear the badges for the remainder of the day. The BHF is a charity very close to us as they research into the rare heart condition that my Dad had. By having everyone wear a badge it was another way of us feeling as though my Dad was there on the day and to visually see these badges in the photos is a beautiful thing. John’s mum also made us about 50 metres of bunting which we used to decorate the venue.
 
FIRST DANCE: Rave On – Buddy Holly
We wanted an upbeat HAPPY song (no smoochy cheese). When we first started seeing each other we made each other mix mini-discs (showing our age!) for Christmas and each of us had unknowingly put that song on our compilation for the other, plus it’s a GREAT song to dance to.
 
THE ENTERTAINMENT: We had a fantastic pianist (Ben McGowan) during the ceremony who played piano renditions of the Beach Boys, the Beatles, and Queen, and then a jazz band at the drinks reception. Both were excellent and having some live music really lifted the day. In the evening we decided to scrap the cost of having a live band and instead made the greatest playlist ever and simply took a laptop and plugged it into a PA (it left us more money to spend on beer and cheese!)
 
CARRIAGES: I got a black cab to the venue with my Mum as I have always wanted to take a black cab to my wedding!
 
MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Walking in holding hands with my Ma to ‘God Only Knows’ by the Beach Boys played on the piano was wonderful – the sun was streaming through the windows and everyone was smiling and looked so happy. We had covered the room in hyacinths and hydrangeas too so the smell was fantastic! Also seeing all the little things that we’d done come together was wonderful. We had printed over 200 photos from our lives, all our friends and family were in them and then we’d pinned them up around the venue. Seeing everyone spot themselves in photos and their excitement was brill.
 
OUR TOP TIPS: Decide what kind of wedding you want and then be confident in your decisions. Everyone’s got an opinion and you’ll never be short of advice or other people expressing what THEY want – but it’s your wedding and you should have the day that’s right for you both.
For us we wanted to celebrate with everyone we loved and then give them a brilliant time so we decided to focus our budget on that: the food, the wine, the bar, the venue, and the fun! We hired a photo booth in the evening and John bought a cardboard table football table (decorated with Sunderland and Spurs players) and we sourced a giant connect four. We ended up with a games room, dance room, and bar room. My feet were so sore the next day, from all the dancing, which is definitely a good sign!
 

CREDIT ROLL…

Photography: Graham Joy | Venue: Fulham Palace London | Dress: Cymbeline at Blackburn Bridal | Groom: Suit Supply | Bridesmaids: Jenny PackhamCoastTed Baker | Flowers: Bride’s Mum | Hair & Make-up: Delia | Rings: Tom Foolery | Catering & Cake: Mr Bake | Pianist: Ben McGowan | Entertainment: Kiniro Quartet | Photo Booth: Say Fromage
 
Wowzers, what a beautiful day, filled with so, so much fun! How amazing are those Sylvanian family cake toppers, and all those cakes too?! Huge, huge congratulations to Ellie & John and a big thank you to Graham Joy for sharing these stunning pics. The lighting in those portrait shots is so dreamy.
PS. I love a bride that takes a black cab to her wedding!
Love, Mrs White x

 

Favours from Chocolate Editions

A whole post on chocolate may seem quite over indulgent, but when it looks this good – well, what the hell! I’m currently obsessing over these perfectly packaged bars of delight from New York based Chocolate Editions by Mary & Matt. With backgrounds in design, advertising and pastry their artistically packaged chocolate bars are like works of art. I think they would be perfect used as favours or simply displayed in glass jars as treats for your guests. Feast your eyes on these beauties…

 
Chocolate Bars by Mary & Matt | Wedding Favour Ideas | Whiter than White Weddings
Chocolate Editions | By Mary & Matt | Wedding Favour Ideas
 
The stunning packaging below is from a collaboration between Chocolate Editions & NYC based menswear designers Shipley & Halmos. The collection included a limited set of 25 chocolate bars each with an original, one-of-a-kind wrapper – how brilliant are they!
 
Chocolate Bars by Mary & Matt | Wedding Favour Ideas | Whiter than White Weddings
 
Neapolitan ice-cream anyone?? I haven’t had that for years! Well the inside looks just as good as the outside and all of these bars are made from the highest quality ingredients, hand-crafted in small batches.
 
Chocolate Editions by Mary & Matt | Wedding Favour Ideas
 
These guys have thought of everything, including these chic but funny chocolate googly eyes and pie charts, perfect for the little ones!
 
kids wedding favour ideas | choc bars by mary and matt

 
I have saved my favourites until last – check out these marble papered bars – how amazing!!

Don’t you just love the Wonka-style golden ticket idea below. How about hiding a ticket in one of your bars and then having a bottle of champagne or flowers waiting for the lucky winner on the day?

 
Marbling wedding inspiration | chocolate bar favours by Mary & Matt
Marbling wedding inspiration | chocolate bar favours by Mary & Matt
Now for the exciting bit… Mary & Matt can make custom editions, just for you, for your big day to your exact specifications. Personalized chocolate and packaging – I like that a lot and I’m very happy I haven’t given up chocolate for lent as I have a serious chocolate craving right now.

You can contact Mary & Matt here to discuss a custom order or to simply buy some chocs!
 
Which is your favourite design?

Love,
Mrs Whitex

Autumn Leaves Wedding Inspiration

There is definitely a hint of Autumn in the air and as much as I will miss summer, I have to admit I can hardly wait for autumn (apart from the rain of course!). There is something about those crisp, chilly days and the golden hues that I crave. Long walks collecting berries and fruits, making apple pies and sipping on hot cider! The natural colour palette is incredible too, from russet and taupe to rich berry reds, plum and damson. Some of my favourite weddings are ones that really reflect the seasons and with autumn you can most definitely take an abundance of ideas from nature itself!

 

Autumn Leaves Wedding Inspiration | Whiter than White

Credits:Top to bottom + left to right | 1. Photo: Hanna Skoog | 2. via Zsa Zsa Bellagio | 3. Dress: Leila Hafzi | 4. Design Sponge | 5. Once Wed 6. Photo: Tyler Branch via Green Wedding Shoes 7. via Clemmensen Brok | 8. via Wolf Eyebrows | 9. via pinterest  |

 

Autumn Leaves Wedding Inspiration | Whiter than White Weddings

Credits: Top to bottom + left to right | 1. via Eat more Greens | 2. Photo: Lucy Stendall via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings | 3. Photo: Elizabeth Messina via Once Wed | 4. Photo: Elemental Photography | 5. Hyunmee Lee | 6. via Style me Pretty | 7. Best Photography via Green Wedding Shoes

 

One thing’s for sure, fruit is the perfect starting point to base your decor and styling upon. I just love the idea of serving hot apple cider poured into the apples themselves to your guests on arrival. Rather than canapés, let guests toast their own marshmallows over fire pits and serve a selection of berry pies for dessert!

When it comes to flowers there is a long list of suitable blooms for the season including scabious, cornflowers, clematis, dahlias and sedum. Combine these with beautiful autumn foliage, hips, dried wheat, berries and seedheads to add texture and depth of colour. By mixing the florals with so much pretty foilage you can actually save a small fortune on the amount of flowers needed too!

 

Autumn Reception Wedding Inspiration | Whiter than White Weddings

Credits: Top to bottom + left to right | 1. Joey Kennedy via Green Wedding Shoes | 2. Best Photography via Green Wedding Shoes | 3 + 4. Joey Kennedy via Green Wedding Shoes | 5. via Fab Fatale

 

Autumn dessert cart | Whiter than White Weddings

Credits: 1. Best Photography via Green Wedding Shoes | 2. Weddings Unveiled

 

Autumn Wedding Inspiration | Whiter than White Weddings

Credits: 1. Best Photography via Green Wedding Shoes | 2. via Green Wedding Shoes | 3. Jose Villa

 

Fallen leaves are another perfect element to incorporate into your styling. The leaves used as place names above add such a lovely rustic touch and are free too! They also work really well included in the buttonholes for the boys and help to tie the whole look together.

 

Autumn Wedding Cake | Whiter than White Weddings

Credits: 1 +  2. Best Photography via Green Wedding Shoes | 3. Photo: Paula O’Hara

 

I am all ready now for those incredible autumn colours and walking amongst the fallen leaves in the park!

Welcome autumn…
Mrs White x

Parma Violets

Violet and purple are personal favourites of mine – they have an utterly romantic edge without looking too girly. There’s something about the many different tone and colour levels you can incorporate with this colour scheme that always wins my heart. To create depth and richness to your palette, mix mauve, deep crimson or aubergine tones together. These work wonderfully for a autumnal or winter wedding. You can just as easily brighten and freshen the palette for a summer wedding too by incorporating cooler dusty blues, pinks and pastel tones with brighter purple pops of colour. Its such a versatile, romantic and soothing colour scheme!

 

Parma Violet Moodboard | Whiter than White Weddings

Credits: 1. via We Heart It | 2. Elie Saab vis ArtDornment | 3. Photo: Ali Harper via Pinterest | 4. via Fab Findings | 5. Colin Cowie Weddings | 6. via We Heart It | 7. via Refinery 29 |

 

Parma Violet Mood board | Whiter than White Weddings

Credits: 1. Photo: Michel Zoeter via Stylesight | 2. Photo: Linda Trine via Thedphoto | 3. Alan Benson Photography | 4. Cocktails: Kate Preftakes Photography | 5. Photo: Jonny Lindh | 6. Style me Pretty | 7. Hitched Magazine |

 

No matter what the time of year, there are always an abundance of purple hued flowers in bloom. For a soft and romantic look, place pretty stems in a mass of old lilac and clear glass medicine bottles on your tables. I love the different tones in the purple fabric napkins which very cleverly double up as place names and the flower stems wrapped inside as favours!

 

Parma Violet Floral Moodboard | Whiter than White Weddings

Credits: 1. Photo: Anna Hardy via Rocknrollbride | 2. via Photo Problem | 3. Which Goose Etsy | 4 & 5. via Tiny White Daisies | 6. Reverie |

 

I am currently obsessed with delicate flower heads on cakes – the one below right is one of my favourites and so easy and inexpensive to achieve over a simple butter iced sponge cake. Don’t forget a display of beautiful apothecary and old sweet jars filled with parma violets too!

 

Parma Violet Inspiration | Whiter than White Weddings

Credits: 1. Style me Pretty | 2. Every Cake You Bake | 3. Martha Stewart | 4. via The Little Big Company |

 

Hopefully I have inspired you with these mood boards to consider this stunning palette…
Mrs White x

Simple Succulents & Adorable Air Plants

I’m a little bit obsessed with succulents and air plants so when I discovered the stunning artistry of LA based florist Robin Humphrey I knew I had to share these amazing whimsical plants with you. As usual I got a little carried away and this has turned into a whole inspirational piece on how to include these beautiful and unusual plants in your big day. I understand they are not everyones cup of tea but they are incredibly charming and over recent years have soared in popularity within the wedding industry. I cant see this changing anytime soon and if, like me you have a soft spot for these special plants then read on…

 

Air Plant Wreaths

Credits: | All Robin Charlotte

 

The brilliant thing about air plants is that they require no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves, so you can treasure your arrangements, bouquet or wedding wreath for many years to come in your own home. This makes an air plant arrangement a rather unique, green, sustainable and in-expensive keepsake, long after your celebration. With over 500 species, air plants are native to The West Indies as well as Central and Southern America and are commonly found growing in treetops. English brides to be fear not though, you can actually buy these stunning plants from specialists in the UK too where they are specially acclimatised for our British weather! (see credits at end of article). The plants are incredibly easy to care for, requiring just a light mist feed and a bright place beside a window. Nearly all of the varieties flower too!

 

air plant wedding wreath

Credits: | All Robin Charlotte

 

I love these gorgeous wreaths from Robin Charlotte, they would look incredible dotted around a marquee or displayed at a woodland wedding. These plants are so versatile that I think they would look equally great as part of a modern city wedding! Robin approaches each arrangement like, ‘a piece of fine art, specifically a painting, working organically mixing living air plants with live seasonal and hand-dried florals.’ Genius!!!

 

How about incorporating succulents and air dried plants into your bouquet? The earthy, fresh green and soft purple palette is so pretty but in a really sophisticated and understated way. By using a mixture of succulent and air plant varieties together with berries, herbs and scabious flower heads you can create a wonderful, texture filled bouquet that will still be alive long after the honeymoon!

 

succulent and air plant bouquets

Credits 1. Style me Pretty | 2. English Garden Design | 3. Green Wedding Shoes | 4. Botanica Floral Design

 

There are endless ways you can incorporate these unusual plants into your venue decorations. If you are having long tables, place branches with planted pockets of air dried plants and succulents for a stunning rustic table-scape. They look great amongst mosses, ferns and orchids so you can really create your own woodland wonderland. How pretty are the arrangements sat within the glass cloches? The odd bright flower dotted amongst the arrangement adds a splash of colour and keeps the look fresh. These would look amazing en masse as a table centerpiece.

 

succulent table decoration

Credits 1. Jen Huang | 2. Flora Grubb | 3. Hollye Schumacher Photography via Wedding Chicks | 4. Beth Helmstetter

Succulent Pedestal and Styling

Credits 1. James Fitzgerald | 2. via Plascon Trends

 

As much as I love an overflowing floral pedestal arrangement – how incredible are these alternatives?! If you are having a church wedding these would look very effective placed at the alter, teamed with fern and succulent pew ends. You could then place the arrangement in your house or garden after the day too!

Miniature succulents and air dried plants make perfect favours and double-up as place cards too! You can easily pick up succulents for a couple of pounds from garden centres or online. Then just plant them in a pot of your choice from plant pots and mismatched china vases and tea-cups to exotic shells! If you are on a tighter budget you could simply wrap them in brown paper or pretty printed paper to match your colour scheme. Cut-out card in different shape templates, attach to wooden sticks and you have some rather effective name place cards!

 

Air plant and Succulent Wedding Favours

Credits: From top left | 1. SF Girl By Bay | 2. Robin Charlotte | 3. You & Your Wedding | 4 & 5. Robin Charlotte | 6. In Spaces Between

air plants and succulents

Credits 1. Brides | 2. Wedding Wire | 3. Floridian Weddings | 4. Whiter than White Weddings

 

Succulents make the prettiest cake decorations and toppers as demonstrated in these beautiful examples and help to tie the whole look together. I love how the succulent leaves were taken apart and mixed with flower petals to create the most incredible patterning on the simple white cakes below…

 

Succulent Wedding Cake Decoration

Credits 1. Aaron Snow Photography via The Natural Wedding Company | 2. Photo: ae martin photography via The Natural Wedding Company | 3 & 4. That Wondrous Time

 

Its really easy to keep some modernity and inject pops of colour into your succulent and air plant displays – as shown below. I love the spray painted shells (perfect for a beach wedding!) and succulent letters. I think your succulent filled initials would look pretty amazing propped up on a cake/guest book table and equally as good in your lounge as a little reminder of the day!

 

Quirky Succulent Styling

Credits 1. Casa Sugar | 2. Mighty Goods | 3. The Bohemian Bride | 4. Robin Charlotte

Succulent Wedding Inspiration | Whiter than White Weddings

Credits: 1. Robin Charlotte | 2. A Story Book Life

 

I’ve really enjoyed learning all about these marvelous little plants and they are just so, so pretty! Is anyone thinking of styling their day with air plants and succulents? Would love to hear if you are! As I mentioned previously, succulents are readily available from garden centres and online shops in the UK. Air plants are a little trickier to find, but check out these options as a starting point…
Just Air Plants (online shop / lots of varieties / sold individually) | Philo Flowers (florist based in London) | Robin Charlotte (LA based florist / online Etsy shop)

Mrs White x