IF YOU STILL HAVE BIG-DAY STYLING BLOCK…
Silk table runners and rose gold cutlery not getting you excited? There are plenty of ways to wow your guests without having to force yourself to get creative
Consider hiring a stylist to do the hard work for you. They can be as hands-on as you like – creating the whole look from scratch, simply suggesting suppliers or just lending a hand on the day itself.
Enrol on a styling course to learn the tricks of the trade. Elle runs a How To Style Your Wedding masterclass, as well as a virtual stylist service at theartfuleventco.com.
Take the time and effort out of sourcing everything from lights and signs to drinks stations and flower walls by using prop hire companies.
Ask your venue what it has on-site already for you to use – it may have a selection of tablecloths, cutlery, glassware and flower vases and often the wedding co-ordinator is happy to have a hand in the styling.
Make the most of your suppliers. They’ll have helped at hundreds of weddings, so will know what works, and more importantly, what doesn’t!
Amie Bone Flowers