Looking for a ceremony setup that will have you breathless as you walk down the aisle? A stylish refreshment station for your guests to enjoy and toast post I do’s? Or perhaps a way to get married on the beach with style? Then you need to meet The Romantic Movement!
The brainchild of illustrator Kathryn Green (you’ve seen and loved her work here and here) and her husband photographer Andy Green, The Romantic Movement is all about creating stylish outdoor wedding ceremonies without the stress. The team will show up at your chosen venue, where they will set everything into place, packing it up two hours later after you’ve officially been married.
Packages include delivery set up and pack down to Sydney and the Greater NSW region. Oh and because you’re a Polka Dot Bride reader, The Romantic Movement think you’re rather special – they’re offering 20% off for bookings placed by Friday, August 8th 2014 if you mention Polka Dot Bride!
At launch, there are three gorgeous setups to choose from. Firstly the “La Francoise” for the chic garden wedding. It includes everything from a ruffled canopy (in your choice of colour), a sisal mat for the aisle, chairs for your guests and the registry signing and because no detail is left out – they’re including decorative details like cut crystal vases and cushions to add the finishing touch.
Up next is the “Drink Station”. A top a vintage table sits a silver champagne bucket, 80 cut crystal plastic goblets, a cut crystal drink dispenser and for decor? Striped paper straws, descriptive tent cards, and my personal favourite – decorative pineapples and ferns! If you’re hungry I hear timber antipasto platters are also on offer!
Ceremony styling package number three is the “Casablanca”. Just the ticket for a beach wedding! This setup is about the natural tones with guests seated atop whitewashed teak chairs. A Moroccan style archway provides the backdrop for your vows with wrought iron armchairs and matching coffee table for signing of the register. Finishing touches include a cut crystal vase, the sisal aisle runner and ivory ruffled linen for the backdrop.