Wedding venue dressing and decoration can help transform your venue into a dream wow-factor romantic setting. Expert venue stylists will work with you to turn your dreams into reality be it for the ceremony, wedding breakfast or evening reception.
There are so many wedding venue and decorative hire ideas that are far too numerous to mention whether for themed weddings, outdoor receptions that may include charming chair covers and centrepieces, tipis, light-up letters, flowers walls and so much more.
Here’s some great wedding venue stylists with whom you can discuss your wedding dressing ideas based in the North West from places like Manchester, Preston, Lancashire and the Lake District, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your North West Wedding magazine when contacting a venue stylist or decorative hire specialist.
Based in Manchester, we are a Decor hire and Styling service like no other.
If you are looking for a unique and magical experience ZAZ is all about creating unforgettable memories,with a flamboyant, free-spirited and eclectic flair. Allow ZAZ events to inspire you with its edgy Moroccan inspired Bohemian style.
With any outdoor wedding, it's important to consider how it will work both during the day and in the evening. We use a lot of festoon lighting hung on shepherd's crooks to create cosy areas. Always use warm white bulbs rather than anything coloured. This effect looks great throughout the day and really brings a space to life after dark. For me, nothing is cosier than a firepit. The warmth and crackle of real logs burning on an open fire creates a great atmosphere.
Posted: 15 September 2021
Detail is a boutique event styling and planning studio set up to create unique and detail-orientated weddings and celebrations. Inspired by nature, fashion, architecture and interiors, my goal is to deliver personable and memorable experiences, collaborating with clients to create something truly stylish. I set up Detail in 2018 after planning my own geodome festival wedding and realised how valuable stylists and planners are in the lead-up and on the day itself! I'm 50 percent planner and 50 percent creative designer, so after 10 years of creative event producing and a background in interior design, it felt right to become a wedding designer. I wanted to be able to create something magical with a focus on all the little details and the couples themselves, with who I love collaborating and getting to know.
Posted: 12 July 2021
Here at County Wedding Magazines HQ we champion local wedding suppliers and think tying the knot close to home is also better for you, your loved ones and the planet! With abroad wedding looking uncertain for the next year or two, it's also another perfect reason to get married here in Blighty. Yes, you may not always have the sunnier weather, but why not bring a taste of the Mediterranean to your UK reception with this new range from Setting Pretty?
Posted: 29 March 2021
The Gilpin Hotel & Lake House has unveiled new spa suites. Designed as the ultimate private spa sanctuary for two, the spa suites are 25 per cent larger than their predecessors, with increased privacy, themed décor and a lush display of live plants. With views of the mountains to the west and tranquil woodlands with a stream to the east, each suite has floor-to-ceiling windows, patio doors, a water feature, hot tub and plunge pond. The main living space is made up of two areas; the first has a lounge, dining area, cocktail bar, and the second has a circular stone bath, walk-in shower and standout vanity area.
Posted: 21 January 2021
Debbie Marks, the founder of Manchester-based décor and styling company, Qube Events & Productions is a finalist in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards in the Creative Industries category. Founded in 2013, the awards acknowledge the hard work and inspiring stories of entrepreneurs and businesses in the UK. Debbie started her business while on maternity leave 12 years ago and grew a passion for delivering creative events. Given what we've seen over the past few months, the 2020 edition of our awards is arguably the most important.
Posted: 19 November 2020
I would start by looking at their website and viewing some of the products they have available. Get in touch and check their credentials and ask if their stock can be hired or sold. Make sure they have what you require either ready-made or bespoke and establish any delivery or collection costs. Ensure the firm is insured and if your wedding gets cancelled that you'll get your money back. Before booking, ask if they provide receipts, what deposit is needed and if the money is paid by a secure and safe method.
Posted: 4 November 2020
Meet your chosen supplier for an informal chat to discuss your requirements and ensure you feel at ease around them. Is your budget fixed, or can it be altered? Check that the firm carries full insurance to give you peace of mind.
Posted: 9 September 2020
Non-traditional weddings are becoming much more popular and that's only going to continue to grow. Having an alternative wedding can be really liberating and although you might have a few people who don't agree with all your choices - if you want to have an alternative wedding then it really starts with you - and who you are as a couple!
Posted: 29 May 2020