Enter the scene of a breathtaking kaleidoscope of pastels, whites and gold. An inspiring scene that has everyone buzzing thanks to the presentation of Elizabeth Solaru of Elizabeth's Cake Emporium and Jane Riddell of Planned for Perfection along with support florist Leanne Roberts-Hewitt of Wild About. This right here, is the mind-blowing result of a three-day masterclass with Karen Tran drawing upon the upcoming royal wedding vision. What better place to find regal wedding inspiration around this much-anticipated event then from London-based wedding professional themselves with The Lanesborough, London as the backdrop? Attended by students from all over the world, global floral icon and renowned floral designer, Karen Tran, envisioned a grand wedding breakfast fit for the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Miss Meghan Markle. The outcome was a perfect blend of outstanding American floral design in a typically English regency style setting that Roberta Facchini captured in this jaw dropping gallery.
Upcoming Royal Wedding Vision
Karen transformed the Wedgwood blue Belgravia room designed by the late Albert Pinto into a floral wonderland featuring the most dramatic floral tunnel and tablescape laden with exquisite blooms supplied by Piet Van Kampen of G Fresh. She used a combination of blush and peach roses, white hydrangeas, seasonal tulips in white and pinks, hyacinths, phaelanopsis and cymbidium orchids to create her signature tall cascading table arrangements. In between the tall arrangements were baroque gold candelabras and along the length of the tables were low groupings of flowers in beautiful hand cut vases and gold candlesticks. The floral tunnel and archway of beauty that framed the entrance to the Belravia room stood at an impressive 12 feet tall and 14 feet wide and was a sight to behold. Decorated with a flower carpet made up of thousands of roses, hydrangeas and orchids, it featured a tulip canopy and was topped off by magnificent branches of cherry blossom.
Upcoming Royal Wedding Vision
In the center of the room the focal point was the impressive 6 foot cake in Wedgwood blue and peach designed by Elizabeth's Cake Emporium. Inspired by the ceiling of the Belgravia room, it featured hand painted clouds, the signature moldings of the baroque design of the ceiling, handmade peach and pink sugar roses, piped scroll work and a hand painted royal crest. The cake sat on table completely covered with a 'cloth' of peach and pink roses. Jane of Planned for perfection who meticulously planned the event, said "Elizabeth has been the driving force behind bringing Karen's wonderful royal master class to London. Thank you Elizabeth for asking Planned for Perfection to join the collaboration and to choreograph this evening's event. Karen thank you for your inspirational artistic talent. A fabulous team has worked so incredibly hard to bring everything together culminating in this wonderful environment." We can all agree that this night of floral celebration full of awe inspiring beauty was indeed perfect for the royal wedding.