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|Q||How to inject seasonal brights into every element of your wedding…|
|A||Valentina Ring says: Think about complementing your floral palette by adding napkin shades that pop, coloured glassware, lively dinner candles, and place cards and menus with bright details. You could add seasonal fruit to your table, fabric and crockery with floral prints or modern patterns, bright velvet dining chairs instead of wooden ones, and pick focal points of your venue for some installations of eye-catching artwork.
The key is to create a palette that balances neutral and bold colours, so the hues each stand out beautifully on their own and complement one another in a way that doesn't feel too cluttered or overwhelming.
I'd also suggest that, if having a day that feels uplifting and vibrant is important to you, make sure you choose a venue with lots of natural light. Look for a location with plenty of outdoor areas and big windows and consider shifting your timeline so that more of the details can be enjoyed during the daytime. For the evening, why not get some cool uplighters or neon tubes in the shades you love – and continue telling that colour story up to the end of your celebrations.
Valentina Ring, The Stars Inside
|Q||We're looking for a venue that we can make our own. How can we turn a blank canvas into a cosy winter backdrop?|
|A||Jordan Crowley says: Lighting is everything! We have lovely strip lights running around the main event space that look great on their own, but even better when accompanied with big festoons for that winter fairytale vibe. Lit lanterns dotted on tables really finish the look and add twinkles all around the space.
With the dark nights coming earlier, having uplighters is a sure way to transform a space from daytime Narnia to party in no time. Overhead lights off, uplighters on! It's also a great way to bring in your personality with your favourite colours echoing around the room. Take it a step further and opt for projectors, mimicking a mystical night sky on the ceiling – simply magical!
Jordan Crowley, Core Clapton