Today’s real wedding is one of those ones that takes an idea, runs with it, and carries it out with such intricate execution, it kind of blows us away.
Marga & Bikash are an incredibly thoughtful couple, who got married in the stunning Syon Park in London. They wanted a day that created lots of special moments and memories for their guests, and with the help of Sarah Gawler for photography and Knot & Pop for planning and design, that’s exactly what they got.
Starting with the couple’s favorite colour, blue, and calling on the grandeur of the backdrop, Knot & Pop created a beautiful China blue aesthetic that flowed throughout the day, with touches of white, pink and mossy green. From painstakingly hand-painted tiles to bespoke biscuits, and matching printed stationery to a remarkable watercolor wedding cake, every last detail had a tailor-made touch.
From the ceremony style that mixed beautiful statement floral urns with bespoke paper fans as Order of Service, and a unique sand ceremony, to the edible flowers across canapés. The Bubble Bar for the kids, and the face painter that worked her magic with all manner of floral and botanical inspired designs, this was a wedding and a couple that wanted to enjoy every moment of their big day.
The moment the couple visited the venue, they fell in love with it and no venue compared. They loved the contrast of the history of the grand manor house where the ceremony was held, with the natural beauty of the grounds and the Great Conservatory that houses exotic plant life under the most beautiful glass houses.
Inspired by sun prints, the designers worked with silhouettes of flowers to create a beautifully organic scene. They took inspiration from an eclectic mix of materials, and textures to give the couple and guests a rich and memorable experience.
A couple never more mindful of their friends and family, and keeping the children entertained, the day was packed full of experiences for all to enjoy – with even organizing a floristry class for the kids to make floral crowns with Bo Boutique.
Escort cards were placed upon a bed of foliage, inked in blue, with gorgeous modern calligraphy flourishes by Lamplighter London. Lounge areas were created with luxurious sofas that contrasted beautifully with wrought iron garden furniture, finished with custom made floral print cushions that now sit pride of place in the couple’s home.
The Great Conservatory was the most luxurious of settings with tables adorned in custom dyed napkins, bespoke heart favor ceramics, foliage table numbers and a mix of blue and white glass bottles with beautiful flowers.
Creating more memories for the couple, for an alternative guest book, guests wrote on wooden colored leaves, which were placed into a frame to be put up in the couple’s home as a gorgeous keepsake.