"A positive to be taken from our current situation is extra time to plan the finer details or add in some extras that were maybe on your luxury but not essential list! You may have already arranged the all-important details like centrepieces and chair sashes, but there's still plenty you can do with your table decorations. A venue stylist can transform your venue by adding floral or light canopies above your tables. Dried flowers are becoming so popular, and I'm currently using my time to create dried gypsophila installations to be hung over the tables, as well as a pampas grass archway. Bigger props can help to fill a space, so if you were feeling like something was missing, perhaps use this extra time to think how to incorporate some more substantial items that weren't available to you before.
"Another project I've worked on during lockdown is my new flower-filled 'I do' letters. At 5ft high, they make a statement and look great in entranceways or on your dancefloor. I can also help with love lights, doughnut wall, selfie frames, flower walls, boho- style wedding favours and much more. All my items are hand created by myself and achieve a more bespoke look."
Amie Davies | DIY-A-Wedding | https://diy-a-wedding.wixsite.com/mysite
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