Wedding venue dressing and decoration can help transform your venue into a dream wow-factor romantic setting. Expert venue stylists will work with you to turn your dreams into reality be it for the ceremony, wedding breakfast or evening reception.
There are so many wedding venue and decorative hire ideas that are far too numerous to mention whether for themed weddings, outdoor receptions that may include charming chair covers and centrepieces, tipis, light-up letters, flowers walls and so much more.
Here’s some great wedding venue stylists with whom you can discuss your wedding dressing ideas based in Hampshire and Dorset from places like Southampton, Portsmouth, Basingstoke, Bournemouth, Winchester and Weymouth, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your Hampshire & Dorset Wedding magazine when contacting a venue stylist or decorative hire specialist.
We are a Hampshire based event dressing company specialising in bringing your décor ideas to life. Our chairs, covers, sashes and huge range of venue decorations provide the wow factor, personalising any celebration from weddings to proms. Let Dressed Events provide a stylish finishing touch to your special day.
Butterfly Occasions, an events company based in Swindon, Wiltshire has launched, covering weddings within 80 miles of Swindon. The team offer a one-stop solution, tailor-making wedding packages to suit each couple's requirements and budgets. The Coral, Ruby, Sapphire and Platinum packages including some, or all of, the following: balloons, a disco including karaoke and interactive quizzes, venue dressing including starlit backdrops, chair covers, sashes and flower walls, catering including buffets, hog roasts and dessert tables and entertainment for both adults and children.... read more
Posted: 8 April 2021
Here at County Wedding Magazines HQ we champion local wedding suppliers and think tying the knot close to home is also better for you, your loved ones and the planet! With abroad wedding looking uncertain for the next year or two, it's also another perfect reason to get married here in Blighty. Yes, you may not always have the sunnier weather, but why not bring a taste of the Mediterranean to your UK reception with this new range from Setting Pretty?... read more
Posted: 29 March 2021
After cutting her teeth helping out at Chair Covers of Hampshire as a teenager, Emma Dzenis ended up taking over the company. The seeds were sown in the early days when the business was owned by a friend of her mum's and her love for the wedding industry has grown ever since. She's seen the business transform from a small unit to larger premises with more items for hire, diversifying from just chair covers and sashes to a whole range of decorative items and props for the big day. After finishing college she took on other full-time work but her heart was still in weddings.... read more
Posted: 11 February 2021
Winchester-based Twilight Trees made a stellar appearance in E4's Made In Chelsea show as it aired its first-ever wedding on TV. Stars of the reality series Ollie Locke and his fiancé Gareth finally tied the knot after months of delays, just hours before the country went into lockdown for the second time.Held at The Natural History Museum in London, it was the venue's first ever gay wedding and only the second civil ceremony to be held at the prestigious venue. Twilight Trees was given the task of creating a 'room within a room' for the event which took place in the stunning Hintze Hall with just 13 guests.... read more
Posted: 12 January 2021
With plenty of time on our hands, couples planning their weddings during lockdown can really go to town on their big-day theme. Be inspired by Lovely Wanders, one of the only shops in the UK to sell Chinese wedding essentials, as well as Western wedding decorations that feature a rustic farmhouse vibe.... read more
Posted: 15 May 2020
A big trend for 2020 weddings is lighting, and what better way to personalise your big day and create mood lighting than with these Personalised Lumi Letters?... read more
Posted: 26 February 2020