Simple & luxury marquee set up in the Cotswolds
elegant, laid back, beautiful
Monochrome with a touch of gold works well in almost every venue. It works even better when the venue is a stunning blank canvas like this luxury marquee. Combination of simply white flowers, grey tablecloths, and gold cutlery.
We have chosen Barbara Markiewicz’s photography style to bring out the romance, luxury, and monochrome colours of this wedding. She has captured the love between our Bride & Groom beautifully.
Flowers used – white summer mix filled with fragrant garden roses, sweet peas, stocks, spray roses, gypsophila, lisianthus, delphiniums, orchids, and white peonies.
Keeping an all-white classic, elegant feel for the wedding but making sure to add lots of interest with different textures and scents. Making it really inviting to want to touch and smell the flowers. Each vase and candleholder is hand-picked and adds personality to every bloom. Seemingly apart but unified by the narrow layout of the table and crystal glass.
We have focused on hand-picked pieces of crystal wine glasses and flutes, dark patterned water glass, white and gold show plates, and most importantly array of individual candlesticks holders and vases. Altogether bringing simplicity and relaxed luxury to the Sperry Tent.
Bride & Groom
Our bride wears Saskia by Sophia Tolli from Ava-May Bridal and her real-life partner in a double-breasted dark navy suit from Henley House in Henley in Arden. Rachel Simpson shoes in light gold add 1920’s glamour and comfort to our Bride.
Shoes: Rachel Simpson Shoes
Flowers: Lilac and Wild Flowers
Decor: Bunting and Willow
Bridal Dress: Ava May Bridal Solihull
Marquee: Boutique Marquees UK