Last weekend we had the pleasure of dressing the marquee at the ever so beautiful Longstowe Hall. This was our first visit to the venue and WOW was we blown away by the grounds and the lake. Only ten minutes out of Cambridge, it was the perfect setting for the perfect couple - Mr & Mrs Lambert!

Roberta initially contacted me first and foremost for chalkboards and balloons to line the aisle. But the list soon grew! Eventually the lovely couple settled on our new giant chalkboard, six mini chalkboards for signs, our medium chalkboard with order of day,  mr and mrs balloons, gold LOVE balloons, ten giant balloons to line the aisle, blush taffeta sashes tied to the side and of course no wedding would be complete without our famous flower wall to set the scene behind the tower of italian deserts.

Seamlessly coordinated by Michael, he could be heard prepping the ushers on what to do, to ensure his beautiful bride, Roberta, had the most perfect and special day! And wasn't it just that! With Roberta's italian heritage shining through, from her signature cocktail written in italian, the mountain of italian deserts piled high in front of the flower wall and the AMORE light up letters from Rocks and Frocks over the typical LOVE. It all looked spectacular! The amazing flower centrepieces, and scattered petals created by Clare Jones Floral Design, tied in beautifully with the blush taffeta sashes. As well as the gorgeous arrangements by the pergola for the ceremony, button holes and bouquets! The weather played ball, and the day went off without a hitch (Once we decided to bring the aisle balloons back in that was! Which was due to a little wind... I mean no one wants a concussed bride by giant latex balloon now do they?) And all this was of course captured by the very talented Annie Lovett Photograhpy

Attached are a few photos, some are mine, some are stolen.. (Sorry / Thank you!)

Lulabelles wishes both Roberta and Michael, a lifetime of happiness. Baby shower next is it? God those babies will be beautiful! 

Lots of Love

A xo

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