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Kay and Samuel Sunito's wedding

Curzon Hall

Transformation of Curzon Hall to an enchanted garden wedding

The concept

As soon as guests enter the gorgeous Curzon Hall, they were greeted by fresh flowers everywhere for Kay and Samuel’s wedding to suit the theme of an enchanted garden wedding. We created something soft, elegant and subtle to allow that magic to flow through.

Our crew of talented wedding florists delicately hand peeled these vibrant dusty pink and white roses for the bursting fresh floral centrepiece arrangements. Branches are wrapped around each golden stand to create a tree look.

Beautiful little starlight candles hang gracefully from each arrangement, glowing warm ambient and romantic lighting into the wedding venue that was absolutely magical. 

Kay and Samuel Sunito's wedding

Curzon Hall is a gorgeous Victorian style wedding venue with majestic entry halls and cathedral ceilings. A stunning location for those in search of a classic and luxurious wedding.

“A soft and elegant enchanted garden wedding”

Walking into the space immediately brought guests into this magical realm of enchantment. A gorgeous overhead canopy of white florals and luscious greenery cross crosses over the dance floor, entangled in twinkling fairy lights.

 

We love all the subtle touches, beautiful florals and soft lighting consistently placed throughout. The entire wedding styling set the perfect tone for a romantic evening. We were so thrilled to have had the honour of creating this wedding for our beautiful bride and groom, Kay and Samuel. 

 

Photographs from the day

Captured by our inhouse team of photographers

Vendor credits

Venue:

Curzon Hall

Here are the elements that we provided for this event:

  • Ceiling installation of fairy lights
  • Fresh flowers table centrepiece
  • White dance floor
  • Seating Chart
  • Wedding planning
  • Bridal Table flowers
  • Stage wrap in white
  • Dance floor couple’s logo decal
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