Your East Anglian Wedding - February/March 2021 (Issue 47) ❤ We know the idea of rocking a face mask on your wedding day isn’t the most exciting, but we really love this floral version to match the wedding bouquet, supplied by Charlotte Staff Flowers ( . ❤ There’s plenty of creative ways to create an atmosphere for an intimate wedding even in larger venues. Create clusters of décor, rather than spread everything out around the room leaving a potential void. Have features at the edges of the room and through the middle, incorporating tall trees, plants, grids or frames decorated with foliage. You can then position tables between the clusters so each setting has it’s own intimate dining zone. Using larger tables with fewer guests seated around will not only automatically take up more floor space, but also allow for larger centrepieces. SMALL BUT PERFECTLY FORMED With the future still uncertain, once weddings start up again no one can be quite sure how the landscape will look. Restrictions in some shape or form may be with us for a while but that doesn’t mean having to cut back on style and substance. Award- winning Jan Leeder of Belles & Beaus Wedding Styling advises: ❤ There are plenty of ways to plan and adapt your big day. You may find that having a smaller guest list means more budget to play with so you can go big on the guest experience and splash out on priority items like amazing food, a free bar, live entertainment or floral displays. 52