Planning a wedding can be exciting and wonderful to time-consuming and stressful ' and everything in-between ' and one of the most discussed areas of planning is the styling. Choosing a wedding stylist means you can work with an expert to help create your dream vision, ensuring it looks every bit as magical as (or even better than) you imagined.
Nikki Sherriff of Knots & Kisses knows that fresh eyes and fresh ideas can really help take your wedding to a new level, and that venue styling isn't simply about making things look beautiful. Every visual element shapes your guests' experience, so purpose and function are important too, and she's offering three styling services to help you finesse the look for your wedding.
'The Style Experience' will see Nikki working with you from concept through to completion, offering a comprehensive, bespoke styling experience designed to shape the overall look and feel of your wedding. Nothing is beyond her expertise, from large installations and jaw-dropping focal points to irresistible food stations and creative, comfortable seating areas.
Meanwhile, 'The On-The-Day Edit' takes the stress out of the big day itself, removing any dÃ©cor set-up and styling tasks from your to-do list ' perfect if you already have a design in mind and most of the styling supplies you need.
And as well as styling and design, there's also 'The Inspiration Session', a consultation-only service for couples who need a little guidance or a big dose of inspiration ' ideal if you want to do everything yourselves but don't know where to start when it comes to creating a cohesive, trend-led look for your wedding.
Plus, if you're planning the look of your ceremony, Knots & Kisses also offers a range of backdrops and ceremony frames, which can be either included with a styling service, or used on a hire-only basis. As well as the ever-popular hexagon and triangle frames, Nikki has also added this curved slatted wooden backdrop and abstract shapes backdrop to her collection, which is available in a bespoke colour scheme to set the scene perfectly.