The White Room
I remember the first wedding fair I went to at Capesthorne Hall. I walked into the Lakeside and was blown away by the luscious floral displays. They were put together by The White Room and, ever since, I have always looked out for their displays because they are stunning works of art.
Which isn’t a surprise when you know about their history. For 15 years, they were the florist for the F1 paddock for all European Grand Prix Races. 14 weeks a year, they delivered to their client’s exacting brief, sometimes under extreme circumstances, all throughout Europe. For me, that level of pedigree fills me with confidence that I can rely on them for service and quality.
Based in Leek, The White Room offer a bespoke service to brides and grooms to help bring your floral dreams to life. They use a combination of flowers and foliage from Holland and Ireland, as well as the best British growers. This is an important aspect of their service for brides who want to use only UK suppliers to reduce their wedding’s carbon footprint.
And they don’t just use flowers and foliage to create your perfect flowers. They also use succulents, twigs and berries, gold, silver and copper detailing, as well as beautiful lace, ribbons, diamante and pearls to elevate your flowers.
They will also use the same accessories for your table displays as well as candles to give you a design that is completely unique for you.
They’ve worked with us at Capesthorne Hall many times, so they know how to get the best out of our venue and decorate it for maximum impact.
And they don’t just use real flowers. They can make amazing displays with silk flowers and they are so realistic, I couldn’t tell. They had to tell me they were silk. What more do you want from your environmentally friendly, long lasting wedding flowers?
So, while we’re all still on lock down, check out their Instagram page for more examples of their amazing work and if you like what you see, contact them on firstname.lastname@example.org
All photos thanks to The White Room Floral Design