Wedded! A Magical, Minimalist Mod City Do

Wedded with a Macaron Tower and Wedding Cake

Magical + Minimalist. Two styles that often aren't in the same equation, but come to such a genius conclusion when plumped with heaps of Baby's Breath, aka Gypsophila.


(Photography: Melvyn Vincent)

The bride Emma's brief was quite simply a 'macaroon tower, and nothing else would do!' with an all-neutral colour scheme, plus a no-fuss cutting cake on the side for the quintessential 'cake-cutting' photo. Simples on paper, super special in practice!

Macaron Tower

Fruit of the Orchid (Organic Vanilla Pod) and Earl Grey macaron tower, alongside an Organic Vanilla Pod layer cake

(Photography: Melvyn Vincent)

Frederick's, located on the lively cobbledy Camden Passage Islington, was their venue. It's Parisian bistro-like frontage does a real good job in taking you by surprise when you walk through the doors, opening up to a large, light and lofty conservatory, with colourful modern artwork on the exposed brick walls and a secret garden!


Frenchie bistro-like facade



Light, fresh and airy conservatory

We walked in on Angel Flowers working on transforming this modern space into a magical wedding-land with ginormous gyp balls that looked like fluffy white clouds for cherubs to perch and laze about on.


Cupid clouds!

(Photography: Melvyn Vincent)



Anges at work - icing the cake and setting up the macaron tower

(Photography: Melvyn Vincent)



Craig from Angel Flowers adding the finishing touches to the macaron tower and layer wedding cake



The macarons floating on a halo of baby's breath



Totally and utterly all over Baby's Breath! It was the perfect choice to add to the venue's floaty and luminous air where the macarons were right at home.   Congratulations Emma and Alex! Wishing you many years of love and light,

Reshmi xoxo

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