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Wedding Flowers Inspiration at The Ned, London

The Ned is a stunning and historic venue for a wedding. Set in the former Midland Bank building, The building was originally designed by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens in 1924 and has nine restaurants, and 250 bedrooms channeling 1920s and 1930s design.
If you’re planning a wedding at The Ned, we would love to meet you! 

Ceremony in The Saloon
The bride and groom wanted a cosy feel and the room to be lit by candles.  The aisle was lined with tall centrepieces which were repurposed for the wedding brekfast.
The fireplace was framed with 2 opulent urn arrangements. 
The couple opted for a mix of fresh and silk flowers to maintain the opulence of the flowers without breaking the bank!
Fireplace in The Saloon
Many couples want a beautiful backdrop when they say I do! For these beautiful newly weds, we installed a large floral arrangement on the huge mantelpiece that framed the fireplace.  We focused on height for an impactful piece.

The Tapestry Room Wedding Reception
The Tapestry Room hosted the wedding breakfast at The Ned.  We took inspiration from the wall coverings within The Tapestry Room at The Ned. Tables were dressed with luxury tall centerpieces on thin gold stands to ensure a setting which was ever as elegant as their surroundings.
Guest Entrance
The stunning reception area where guests pass before entering The Saloon, was fulled with hurricane candles and a large floral arrangement provided by The Ned

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