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What exactly is wedding styling, and what goes into it?

ATB's bespoke service always consists of two equally important parts, two elements necessary to make a wedding a success - planning and styling.

Planning - that's pretty self-explanatory, n'est ce-pas?

Now wedding styling - that one is a little more tricky.

There are almost as many definitions to this term, as there are people who offer this service.

Here's what wedding styling means at All Things Beautiful.

Wedding styling is not just about putting silverware in the correct order in the right distance from the plates, and placing floral arrangements in a harmonious way throughout the table (though it is a part of the job, and one I take very seriously!).

Wedding styling starts with a mood board made from ideas, images, patterns and textures. It's an opening to an elaborate concept I will be creating for your destination wedding. Establishing the color scheme, choosing the style of stationery, picking the right type of furniture, sometimes even picking the sent - all that and much much more goes into styling a wedding.

The way I like to think of it is this:

Wedding styling is much like decorating your dream home

Your wedding planner and/or stylist plays the role of an interior designer. Just like in all these gorgeous apartments and houses you see in AD Magazine or Vogue Living, the final look is a product of executing a vision where every single element has its place and role to play.

At ATB, styling is everything from the unique, bespoke concept to its flawless execution.

It's all that and a little je ne sais quoi that makes all the difference.

Quality wedding styling should be a result of a good eye, taste, style and ability to think outside of the box, because at the end of the day I want your wedding to be one of a kind. xo


Ready to chat about your dream destination wedding? To book a consultation where you'll tell me all about your vision click here.

I can't wait to hear from you!


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