Expert advice about venue styling

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Personal touch

Personal touch

Q. We have so many ideas for our wedding décor but when it comes to realising them we don't know where to start. Should we draft in a stylist? We're worried that handing over the reigns will make it impersonal.

A. Sandra Agyapong says: Let's start by defining the essential role of a wedding stylist. We create moodboards, design floor plans, source props, centrepieces, materials and create the ambience for your wedding.

We love working with couples, who can often be overwhelmed by the multiple choices of colour palettes and flower arrangements. Our clients can be unsure whether they want a vintage-inspired wedding or shabby chic elements with a twist of sequin table covers, and the list goes on.

Having a wedding stylist makes planning more fun – we work with couples as a team and take care to understand your style and personality so we can deliver your vision.

Sandra Agyapong

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