Bringing all the cool vibes, Annabelle and Jammie took over the incredible Dilston Grove for their big day and styled the space to perfection. The foliage installations, the monochrome stationery with a strong design aesthetic, the marble vases and beautiful wild poppy floral arrangements – this wedding is definitely worth seeing!
As expected from someone which such a great eye, bride Annabelle looks so stylish in a spaghetti strap Hermione De Paula gown, with her mermaid curls tumbling down her back. The date of the wedding and a couple of phrases were hand sown into the dress too. Jammie wanted to feel comfortable, relaxed and not too formal in a suit, so he rocked a black suit with a white t-shirt.
It was really important for the couple to have a venue that was a blank canvas so that they could design the decor ourselves. Everything that they could do themselves, they did! Jammie built the bar, made of black stained wood with a marbled cork countertop and the plinths for the flowers. They individually screen printed each of the napkins with a pattern and the guests name to act as the place name. They sowed the table runners and painted the table numbers on whitewashed wood. They printed the menus onto tracing paper and mounted them onto board. The marble flower vases in tones, of black, white, dark green and pink, they bought at a roadside marble shop in the mountains of Carrara, Italy and carried them all back in the hand luggage. The wedding cake was a traditional Norwegian Kransekake as the bride is half Norwegian, and it was made by Annabel’s family. There was also a naked dried flower petal cake, too.