Although heavy April showers hindered the setting up of their reception marquee at Rustling End, Langley, Hertfordshire, fortunately the sun came out at 4 pm on the afternoon before the wedding making for a beautiful spring wedding day. The reception marquee was erected in Chris’s parents’ garden and was decorated in a selection of the bridal flowers.

To offset the large expanse of white that comes with marquees, Juliet wanted to achieve a foliage-rich country garden look. Large candle flower arrangements with wired ivy stems (set so as to be above the heads of the seated guests and not to stop conversation) were placed on the tables with a large long low flower arrangement as a centrepiece to the bride and groom’s top table. Two large 6 metre garlands of foliage and gypsophilia with tiny sets of white led lights were wound around the two central marquee poles to finish the look.

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