We’ve received delivery of our new Peacock coloured Chair Cover Sashes today and this has inspired us to put together a Peacock themed blog… its bold, beautiful and great fun and will look amazing in our stunning ballroom for all seasons.
A purple flower and vintage inspired lace are combined with a rustic teal background and Peacock feathers to set the scene with these Invitations.
Imagine this buttonhole complete with feathers, teamed with a white and purple striped tie, to bring a sense of fun to a grey or navy suit.
Combine flouncy teal blooms and huge purple roses with feathers and you have the perfect bouquet to complement your ensemble.
Greeting cards and gifts can be collected in this gorgeous antique gold birdcage, decorated simply with feathers and your date.
An elegant up do can be finished with feathers.
Subtle teals and purples can be combined with soft sparkle. Remember to keep the lighter colours to the inside of the eye and darker colours to the outside, this will make your eyes, look brighter, bigger and picture perfect.
This statement piece would look stunning with a simple wedding dress.
This locket makes a perfect gift for the bridesmaids, pop a personalised note inside to show them how much you love them.
This embroidered bag is ideal for keeping all of those essentials you will need for the day but please leave your phone at home!!
Why not inject a little colour with this teal tulle underskirt. Topped with Ivory lace, it offers simple elegance with a rebellious twist!
Theses garters are fab! Teal lace is decorated with tiny lace roses. Vintage gems and the obligatory Peacock feathers.
Combine all the colours in soft tulle for these adorable flower girl dresses, decorated with a big flouncy purple rose… she will be dancing in circles all day!
A combination of jewel colours look stunning together for both the bouquets and the dresses.
Simple, stylish and gorgeous… we want a pair!!
Decorated with teak sugar craft hearts, LOVE, Peacock feathers and strings of pearls, this cake looks good enough to eat!!
Purple and teal gems are used with silver wire and twisted around the cake knives. Something to treasure forever.
Jo at Gosfield Hall