What if you could take your dream day and give it a special twist by weaving in hidden meaning and messages through your wedding décor? Imagine creating powerful significance in wedding decor details that bring a unique theme to the design. Incredible idea, right? Miriam Faith Floral Design and The New Wonderful illustrates this beautiful sentiment in a luxury fashion that is going to not only wow you, but leave you in a dreamy state of wonder and symbolic awe. With the magic of Cecelina Photography behind the lens at the Ognisko Kensington in London, this team created their spin of Hidden Meanings A Love Unbroken that will inspire couples to create a wedding completely true to themselves, incorporating what is most special about their relationship for a truly unforgettable wedding day. Complete with Zuhair Murad Bridal and Berta Bridal gowns to amplify the oh-la-la dynamic. Get your pinning buttons, ready - your wedding boards are going to speak volumes after viewing this gallery.
Powerful Significance in Wedding Decor Details
A Love Unbroken is a collection of styled images of a luxury wedding ceremony and reception scene showing couples how to create powerful significance in wedding decor details. Rola writes, "We find that most of the couples we work with now don't have an explicit theme in mind, instead what they want is a personal wedding that reflects their personalities, relationship journey and their love for each other." Cue the glorious floral backdrop featuring beautiful, big, bold wreaths filled with luxurious flowers. The circle has long been an integral part of matrimony ceremonies around the world in various forms, most tangibly in the wedding bands exchanged at millions of ceremonies every year. The wedding ring can symbolize completeness and eternal, unbroken love. That became the theme - "A Love Unbroken." The wedding design carries this idea of rings in various ways from the circular menus by Pale Press London and the circular backs of the Louis chairs from Great Hire. They imagined the happy couple to be Eva and Tom, a sentimental sort of pair who have been together for a long time and overcome many challenges. They first met at university and Tom has been in love with Eva since he first set eyes on her. Eva was a little slower on the uptake, but ever since their first date, they have always seen themselves as a unit. A tiny little gang of two. Eva wanted her wedding day to reflect the strength of her love and the bond between them.
Hidden Meaning and Messages Through Your Wedding Décor
The soft color palette of lilac, creams and mint green with a hint of gold was inspired by Spring and chosen because it has impact without being too obviously traditional. The ensemble has depth without being overwhelming, and leaves a truly memorable impression. By staying away from the traditional blushes and pinks color, they hope to inspire brides to be bold in their color choices. A special, intimate ceremony space, almost dream-like where the besotted couple was created to exchange their vows. The golden pedestals enhance the ethereal feeling of the space, reflecting the light of the floating candles lining the aisle. Adding to the personal feel of the wedding, all the stationery was done in hand calligraphy by the very talented Ash of Pale Press London and the silk chiffon table linen and silk napkin ribbons were handmade by Rola of The New Wonderful. The goal with the tableware was to create something fresh and delicate to balance out the lush floral centerpieces. Keeping it simple with the elegant gold and white crockery and glassware from Whitehouse Crockery and the oh-so-pretty lilac silk ribbon. For the flowers, a really dramatic impact that would impress guests from the overflowing urns of garden roses, ranunculus and clematis was the goal. The sweet peas provided a glorious scent which flooded the reception space and will hopefully be a beautiful reminder of the day. The stunning wedding dress is 'Leona' from the Zuhair Murad Bridal collection via The Wedding Club. This dress manages to feel dramatic, delicate and sophisticated all at once. For the reception or evening look, they went for a sultry dress from Berta Bridal, again via the fab ladies at The Wedding Club. Lots of brides are now choosing to wear a second dress, usually something more relaxed than their main wedding dress so they can show another side to themselves and get their dance on! And this Berta dress is perfect for that. The setting for our wedding was the majestic Ognisko Polskie ("Polish Hearth") in South Kensington. The magnificent wide marble staircase and high ceilings in the ballroom and throughout the building are brightly lit and inviting.
"My love for you is eternal like a circle. It has no beginning and no end." ~ Anon