WEDDINGS

Modern Organics – The Art of Styling Workshop by B.LOVED Spring 2018

The latest workshop at our London Studio the B.LOVED Hive is going to be amazing! It’s our latest installment of The Art of Styling workshop and the Spring ’18 edition is a mix of some of our favourite wedding trends! The concept Louise has created is ‘Modern Organics’ and it takes stylish expertise to create such a perfect fusion of pretty details that the Fine Art bride loves, with sleek contemporary elements. Using textures is a key factor for achieving this look and this has such a lovely range, from delicate silks to fluffy pampas grass and thick paper stock torn along the edges. Key trends this represents include the chic use of neutrals as a colour palette and of course the bohemian luxe pampas grass which is making a stylish statement across the wedding world right now.

Creative stylist Kate Cullen will be joining Louise for the Spring ’18 Art of Styling workshop along with luxury London Florist, Emma Soulsby Flowers, Bridal wear by the incredible Luella’s Bridal and chic tableware from Classic Crockery ( and more! )

You can see our previous Art of Styling workshops right here on B.LOVED too. There is the awesome Muted + Minimalist Wedding, captured by Hannah Duffy Photography, HERE, and the incredibly pretty Untamed Beauty Wedding in blue + gold HERE and the romantic Beauty and the Beast Inspired interpretation HERE.

Date: Saturday 12th May 2018
Location: B.LOVED Hive, London
Investment: £395

For more information + to purchase your ticket for The Art of Styling, pop on over to the website here!

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