The Litha Workshop was hosted by Jo Flowers and Hart Floral at Bylaugh Hall, with photography by Taylor & Porter.
Taking place over 4 days the floristry retreat consisted of two full day classes with three dinners that Knot & Pop designed and styled.
The Welcome Dinner was hosted in the Brick Room of Bylaugh Hall, where the following days classes were held.
For the Litha Workshop we were asked to produce and style three suppers for the guests.
The second dinner took place in the Marble Hall. As guests had their tutorials in the Brick Room that day, we set up and styled the dinner in the Marble Hall, placing the arrangements on the table that the guests had made that day – a lovely way to round off the day’s lesson and for guests to celebrate their creations.
As part of the Litha Floristry Workshop. on midsummer’s evening, the final supper was styled in the grounds of Bylaugh Hall. The evening brought together all of the attendees from the workshop for a final celebration and farewell. Dining under the open skies of Norfolk, it was the perfect finish to a wonderful workshop.
For the Litha Workshop, hosted by Jo Flowers and Hart Floral, we styled a look to team with the bouquets made by the students of Litha.
The couture dress by Mira Zwillinger was the perfect choice with it’s blossom like applique design.
We teamed this with jewellery from Georgina Boyce and accessories by Orchidée de Soie and Luna Bea. A contemporary take on classic bridal style.
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Flure and Ben married in Edinburgh, Scotland with 185 nearest and dearest to witness and celebrate. The couple appointed Knot & Pop to plan and style their wedding day. Working with the couple over a seven month planning phase, we assisted with supplier co-ordination, briefing and managing, along with developing and sourcing all aspects of the theme & scheme for the big day.
The couple wanted to day to be full of flowers, as if a meadow had appeared in the heart of the city. We therefore devised the wedding style, working closely with all creative suppliers to bring the overall vision to life.
Knot & Pop were there on the day, to co-ordinate the day in full, from set up, to the celebration, to pack-up and returns.
Meadow Love in full bloom!
We worked with our couple for over a year to plan and meticulously organise and style their wedding day. At an English manor house with lake and beautiful grounds, we centred the couples wedding theme on a lovely fresh and inviting Mediterranean feel, blending their Turkish Cypriot heritage.
From water-coloured tiled Save the Dates, through to the olive and citrus inspired invitation suites, the style of the day was elegantly luxurious. A taste of the Med. was created through citrus fruit stylings, and all the goodness grown and found in these sun-drenched climates. Tones mixed citrus yellows, grapefruit pinks, olive green, whites and creams with peach for warmth.
We over-saw all creative aspects of their wedding day, to create an effortlessly beautiful day for them.
Town Hall Hotel approached Knot & Pop to help them increase awareness of their venue to the wedding industry/market.
A beautiful hotel in London’s East End, Town Hall Hotel is part of the Unlisted Collection with hotels also in Shanghai, Singapore and also Sydney.
Rather than do a normal wedding fair, as many hotels do, we devised The Aussie Bridal Salon – a pop up Salon at Town Hall Hotel that showcased three of the most exciting talents in Australian bridal design, not yet available to UK shores.
Knot & Pop secured three designers to attend with their collections – Bo & Luca, Cathleen Jia and Nevenka. Each designer has a distinct and different aesthetic, whilst suiting the modern minded bride and sensibility.
Australia’s leading unique bridal label Grace Loves Lace appointed Knot & Pop to bring their premium Concierge service to life in London.
Held at a Clerkenwell Gallery, the event was an exclusive, appointment only wedding dress service, acting as a pop up showroom.
As an online only company, with the exception of their exclusive showroom spaces on the Gold Coast, Australia, and most recently, Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Los Angeles, the Grace Loves Lace Concierge is the brand’s way of allowing brides to experience Grace Loves Lace in person whilst maintaining their signature service. It was therefore essential that the much loved online Grace Loves Lace experience, was brought to life offline – mirroring all of their credentials.
Somerleyton, the Suffolk wedding venue, breathes intrigue and boundless beauty. As an exclusive stately home-stay, with a unique house and grounds, it is the perfect back-drop for a luxury countryside wedding.
The venue appointed Taylor & Porter behind the lens, with Jo Flowers on floristry, and Knot & Pop on styling and production, to brand and concept a shoot to provide them with the imagery needed to promote the location to the luxury wedding market.
With endless grounds it was important to showcase the journey of a couple on their wedding day across all the many aspects that Somerleyton offers – from the sumptuous bedrooms, to the stunning Winter Garden orangery, and statement pergola and gardens. The concept therefore centred on a naturally beautiful and organic sense of luxury to best complement and bed in with the surrounds.
Ace Hotel London approached Knot & Pop to help concept, produce and style a wedding showcase at their rooftop space to promote the venue for the wedding market, and modern minded couple. We worked with Ace Hotel to develop an alternative event to the homogeneous wedding fair. Named A Thoroughly Modern Marriage, we carefully curated the event to highlight all the event spaces at Ace Hotel, whilst giving guests the most immersive experience, to inspire and excite them on their wedding journey. This inaugural annual wedding event was carefully crafted to inspire even the most creative brides and grooms. With over 200 guests in attendance, the event was a knock-out success. ‘Definitely the best, most beautifully curated wedding event I have ever been to.’