Gibson Hall - Whimsical Grace
       
     
 Our Wedding Florists created a lovely floral decoration in shades of pink and lilac that embellished one of the most important chuppahs in London – the synagogue is in fact the oldest Jewish synagogue in the City.
       
     
 Gibson Hall was the spectacular setting for the reception, where we combined tall and low table displays featuring the same vintage palette of dusty pinks and lilacs.
       
     
 The peculiarity is that we decided to give a chimerical touch to the decoration by using trailing asparagus fern gently sprayed in white. The result is a soft ghostly foliage that blends in magnificently with the tones of the hydrangeas and the roses. 
       
     
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Gibson Hall - Whimsical Grace
       
     
Gibson Hall - Whimsical Grace

Decorating a chuppah is such a fascinating job. Maybe it is because – regardless of one’s religious beliefs – you can perceive the holy symbolism behind it which tells about family and love and a certain sense of belonging.

 Our Wedding Florists created a lovely floral decoration in shades of pink and lilac that embellished one of the most important chuppahs in London – the synagogue is in fact the oldest Jewish synagogue in the City.
       
     

Our Wedding Florists created a lovely floral decoration in shades of pink and lilac that embellished one of the most important chuppahs in London – the synagogue is in fact the oldest Jewish synagogue in the City.

 Gibson Hall was the spectacular setting for the reception, where we combined tall and low table displays featuring the same vintage palette of dusty pinks and lilacs.
       
     

Gibson Hall was the spectacular setting for the reception, where we combined tall and low table displays featuring the same vintage palette of dusty pinks and lilacs.

 The peculiarity is that we decided to give a chimerical touch to the decoration by using trailing asparagus fern gently sprayed in white. The result is a soft ghostly foliage that blends in magnificently with the tones of the hydrangeas and the roses. 
       
     

The peculiarity is that we decided to give a chimerical touch to the decoration by using trailing asparagus fern gently sprayed in white. The result is a soft ghostly foliage that blends in magnificently with the tones of the hydrangeas and the roses. 

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