One of our strengths at Cranberry Blue is our creativity. We pride ourselves on making each and every wedding truly unique to our clients, in addition to giving it that real impact. We go to great lengths to find out exactly what your vision for the day is, your likes and dislikes, personality and interests. Some clients come to us with lots of ideas but don’t know how to pull it all together and make it a reality; others may just have an idea of colour and general mood. We consider every tiny detail from the table settings, lighting, glassware, linen and flowers to furniture. We incorporate all elements of the day so that everything fits beautifully together, the table plan or escort cards, guest book, card and present table and even reception drinks are all part of this.
So how do we go about creating the perfect design concept for you? We have a wealth of resources and ideas at our finger tips and we work with you to develop into these. You may have some magazine tears or images from Pinterest that we use as a starting point to create a bespoke mood board for you. This would comprise of a page purely to convey the actual mood of the day, i.e. vintage, classic or contemporary. We then look at the styling details and all the other elements involved. Over a period of time some of the ideas evolve, but ultimately the end result is that your wedding really will give that desired ‘wow factor’.
Today I wanted to share with you a couple of pages from the inspiration boards I created for a recent client of ours – Suzie & Nick who got married at the stunning Manor House in Castle Combe two weeks ago. They wanted a stylish, clean and modern looking wedding with soft colours, but they also wanted to have some quirky touches. The colour palette was stone, white and blush pink with pops of bright green. I will showcase the real wedding photos in the next blog post but have included a couple at the bottom as a taster…enjoy!
List image and the bottom two are by Mark Bothwell – a very talented and lovely photographer…