Unleash your playfulness with a kaleidoscope of colour for a unique wedding signature.
To capture a dramatic, lively and exhilarating vibe for your wedding, be bold with prominent tones for your palette. Choose a deeper accent colour like blue iris, emerald, and navy for contrast. Imagine a bag of jelly beans then thrown in the air and landed randomly, the combinations of colour will display a free and exhilarating expanse of color. Add more complexity to your palette but avoiding primary colours. Use pale grey for your neutral, then marry with vibrant mimosa, chilli pepper, and tangerine. Then add a splash of softer peach, rose quartz and bluebell.
From left to right: Wedding gown by Stella de Libero. Jo Malone Tropical Cherimoya Cologne sea of green cherimoya fruit Topped with juicy pear. The sun-filled notes of passion flower. Warmed by Brazilian copahu resin and creamy tonka bean 100ml £95. Queen Bee macaron
favours are a real treat for guests. Try these as a flavoursome accompaniment to a wedding cake centrepiece. The zingy orange and lime flavour are delicious! Photo by Adam Sainte Croix
. Bouquet by Sally at Bridal Flowers Direct
photography by Hana Venn. A selecton of Juicy Cocktail Rings by Charlotte Cornelius. Multi-coloured Discoport by Christian Louboutin £620. Favour box by Lily Anna Rose. Zymurgorium Sweet Violet Gin Liqueur £24.95.
Maple leaf cut escort tags with a pop of lavander ink calligraphy by Mary Noble for Lily Anna Rose.