Colour of the year 2019



Styled shoot credits go to:

Photo's- Magda K Photography

Make up- Amy Wilkinson professional make up

Hair- Harriet Harvey hair

Wedding stationary- Amy Bailey Design

Floral design and styling- Unique Your Wedding

Model's- Elsa Megan & Zara Syrett

Silk ribbons- Laikstyle

Cake- The confetti Cakery

Venue-The Willow Marsh Farm

Dresses- Rue de Seine Bridal from The Wedding Club










Earthy, simplistic, rustic, fresh and green!  Lots and lots of green!  Whether it be with a tropical twist which is becoming more popular, or succulents which will never get old in my opinion, natural wedding décor has got to be one of my ultimate favs!  Teamed with coloured glassware, green candles and dip dyed natural fabrics and you get a timeless look which looks spectacular in any wedding venue.

Photo credits go to Magda K Photography

Popular trends



Colour pops a plenty!  Clashing, same colours in different tones, or just same colour throughout.  Brights and colour have become evermore popular for todays wedding couples and I just love it!

Photo credits go to Magda K Photography

More trends for 2019



Dried flowers

Colours to tempt the eyes and tickle your taste buds!  Rich purples, sweet flamingo orange, spicy reds, chocolate and grassy green shades

Dried flowers & foliage are becoming ever more popular especially Pampas grass.  The muted tones and varied textured of dried flowers make this trend really interesting and everlasting!  I love to mix dried with real flowers for extra contrast in my floral designs.

Photo credits go to Magda K Photography. Cake by The Confetti Cakery.

Photo credit Beaulieu photography

Floral Inspiration 


Photo credit Beaulieu photography

Ultra violet

Photo credits go to the super talented MagdaTo check out more of her beautiful work follow the link here!

 Best of 2018


Pantone colour of the year!  Delicate lilacs, bright purples and dark and moody mauves all create this beautifully romantic look.