Spring Bubbles

by Carys - Stylist for The Prop Factory

Wednesday 26th February 2020 11:21:43


Looking to pop a little spring in your step? Have a peek at these fun photos showcasing some of our pretty pastel props and our Director Carmen's creative dressing. Sometimes photos say 1,000 words so I'll keep this blog brief and leave the photos to provide the inspiration.Our colourful wooden folding chairs are mixed up in a delightful rainbow. This is such an easy look to achieve if you know a prop company that you can hire from... yay, you found us!Creating a centre point for your ceremony, an entrance or even a photo opportunity is a great way to showcase your colour scheme or theme. Our wooden circle arch comes completely bare for you to dress as you wish, but see how gorgeous it can look covered in pastel balloons and ribbon tassel details. You can find out how Carmen created this look here on our youtube channel.You may have seen our collection of Royal Mail postboxes in our inventory. Our pale yellow RM postbox is deliciously lemony and sits well in this spring pastel theme. We've stood it on a purple shabby spindle leg table and the base is decorated with bubbles and tassels in pink, lilac and baby blue that tie the colours together. Postboxes are great as gifting stations, to collect wedding cards or even to hold music requests for the DJ to look at halfway through the night. The fronts have a section where you can add your own artwork so that the purpose is clear - just as we've done with this 'wedding cards' one.As a table centre, Carmen filled shabby white dry oasis holders with pastel bubbles and foam sweet swirls instead of flowers. Wire kept this arrangement firmly held into the oasis and Christmas baubles were sprayed in pastel shades to look like bubbles spilling up and over the top.She also used these same holders to serve sweet treats. Filled with fake grass and decorated with sweetie rolls, they became the perfect holders for a row of cake pops - oh so yummy!Our no longer in stock white farmhouse tables look great against the mix of colourful chairs. Why not use the chairs for your ceremony and then have your best man or some handy friends relocate them for lunch?In keeping with the 'bubbles' element of this theme we took our bride off for some bridal style photos with our pink Emily three seater sofa. White translucent balloons were thrown around and looked just like giant bubbles when captured by the camera. We took along our pink velvet chesterfield chair for some laid back fun shots - very 1950s!And our bride, of course, couldn't not have pink hair!! We gave the hairstylist a few candy swirls to incorporate into her styling. Her dress had a fun hot pink underskirt - who said a bride had to be fully dressed in white? And who said you had to have fresh flowers in your bouquet? From buttons to pom-poms these bouquets beautifully suited our unique theme.Credits - 

Venue - Bridwell Park

Photography - Mark Evolve Photography 

Furniture and Styling - The Prop Factory

Hair - Hannah Buttercup Hair Design

Bouquets - Natasha Pumpkin and Pye

Makeup - Sophie White Freelance Makeup

Cake Pops - Posh Nosh

Table centre and post box decoration - Watercolour Woodshed

Dress - Linda Days of Grace

Shoes - Jackie Rainbow Club

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