How gorgeous does Hannah look in her Wolf And Moon headpiece? Pretty perfect considering she happens to be the owner! We’re just loving this stylish day. From the industrial vibe, to the doughnut tower, each aspect works perfectly. We love how colourful and vibrant the decor looks against the stark contrast of Trinity Buoy Wharf. Oh, and a huge shoutout to Hannah for spending over a year(!) making the ceramic vases used to decorate the tables… now that, is commitment! They also happen to be pretty stunning. Of course, it is all perfectly captured by Recommended Supplier, Robbins Photographic.
Wolf And Moon headpiece for vibrant and industrial style wedding
Get creative and think outside the box - you don't have to do something because it's the usual way. Keep it fun and the energy up by having a good MC and good music.
We wanted to go for something colourful and modern, with a natural and casual feel. We bought lots of indoor plants to decorate the space and complement the flowers which were wild, sculptural and colourful. I designed our stationery and website using colourful Matisse-like cut out motifs and made matching place names for the guests which doubled up as magnets (useful for sticking up photo booth pics on the fridge!)
I built an enclosed DJ booth out of birch plywood, basically a large cupboard. For our first dance, we opened the doors of the booth to reveal a colourful, spangly, metallic inside fitted out with a disco light and lots of photos of us in hearts. We curated a line up of friends to "DJ" in 30-60 min slots all night which worked so well and kept everyone dancing all night.
Anyone fancy making a doughnut tower right now? No? Ok…
Rope in as many of your friends to help as possible - they'll be honoured to play a part in your big day! We bought our own booze (trip to Calais), which saved us quite a bit of money and meant we could have an open bar all evening.