Weddings at Kew Gardens London

Dear Brides To Be, 

So we’ve had the most amazing news. We can now officially announce that Rohita Pabla Wedding & Events have become an accredited supplier for our planning services at Kew Gardens London.

We will be specialising in Kew Gardens Asian Weddings providing our specialist services for the exclusive Kew Gardens weddings and events.

So what does that mean for you? You can be at ease and rest assured that you will have an Event Planning company who can assist and plan your special event at Kew Gardens. Knowing that we have previously created some stunning events at the spectacular venue. We have been appointed by Kew Gardens themselves to service their couples and corporate clients.

Kew Gardens, is a venue that boasts multiple venue spaces amongst the plush Greenery in Richmond, London. Kew Gardens is ideal for Asian & Multicultural Weddings with multiple venue spaces to accommodate multiple events.

Venue Spaces at Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens has multiple venue spaces for weddings and events across the acres of landscaped gardens, setting the perfect backdrop for any photo. Kew Gardens has capacity for between 40-400 people for weddings and events that varies between the space(s) chosen. Here are some of the key wedding and event areas across Kew Gardens:

Nash Conservatory

A bright and sophisticated glasshouse on the borders of the Gardens. Originally built in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, the Nash Conservatory was moved brick-by-brick to Kew in 1836.

This 19th century glasshouse can accommodate a wide range of events, from presentations to product launches, corporate away days to drinks receptions, and much more. Floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides create a wealth of natural daylight with relaxing views onto the Gardens

Find out more HERE

Cambridge Cottage

Whether you are hosting an intimate lunch or a corporate event, Cambridge Cottage is suited to accommodate your needs.  

The Drawing Room and Gallery are spacious and light, available to be used independently or combined depending on your requirements. Both rooms open onto Duke’s Garden which is a tranquil and scenic space ideal for outdoor coffee breaks or drinks receptions. 

Find out more HERE

The Orangery 

With high ceilings and grand, arched windows, the Orangery is filled with atmosphere from morning into the night.The large, open plan design of this venue makes it ideal for a whole range of events, from drinks and cocktail receptions to award ceremonies and festive corporate events.  

Find out more HERE

The Princess of Wales Conservatory

Stunningly illuminated after dark it offers a unique event experience, allowing guests to enjoy a drinks and canapé reception whilst exploring the glasshouse and wandering through different climates. 

The Princess of Wales Conservatory is an easy distance from all our venues and works perfectly for a post conference drinks reception in conjunction with Cambridge Cottage or the Sir Joseph Banks Building. Alternatively, you could consider using the glasshouse as a pre-dinner drinks reception space when combined with the Orangery or Temperate House.  

Find out more HERE

What does that mean for you? You can approach us to help plan you Wedding & Event at this venue & have full planning support throughout the process by booking one of our packages

Let’s get the conversation started and contact us to plan your Wedding or Event at the stunning Kew Gardens. 

Rohita xXx

THE CONSERVATORY

The exclusive Nash Conservatory at Kew Gardens is licensed to hold civil ceremonies for up to 

CAMBRIDGE COTTAGE

The beautiful cottage has capacity for up to 120 guests. That holds a license for civil ceremonies.

THE ORANGERY

The exclusive Nash Conservatory at Kew Gardens is licensed to hold civil ceremonies for up to 

THE PRINCESS OF WALES CONSERVATORY

This unique conservatory boasts some of the best evening event spaces across Kew Gardens. Perfect for a drinks reception.


Real Flower’s vs Artificial Flowers?

Real Flower’s vs Artificial Flowers?

So after last weeks blog about “Help… What flowers should I pick for my wedding?”  I’ve received many questions regarding flowers and whether you should pick real over artificial flowers. Obviously it’s down to personal choice, but nowdays its also down too the budget and not forgetting this is being stretched at every point possible.

So we’ve put together a helpful Pros and Cons list for you below! This should also help alongside our previous blog where we added in a helpful handy flower chart by season.

Pros- Real Flowers 

  • Wider choice- As long as your chosen flowers are in season you have a wider colour choice as sometimes in silk artificial flowers different colours can look too artificial.
  • Smell- That beautiful smell of flowers when you walk into a room… you can’t beat it!
  • Dream- It might have always been your dream to have fresh flowers… if so hell with the budget and do it! Your only going to get married once… right?
  • Colour- Colours are endless and can be mixed and match (have a read of the previous blog to see how colours can be mixed)

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Cons-Real Flowers

  • Expense- Real flowers can be expense normally double the cost of silk flowers
  • Season- Your chosen flowers may not be in season when you plan to have your big day
  • Never forever- Real flowers are never forever, they will die after your event and also depending on when and where your wedding is taking place you need to maintain them
  • Hayfever/allergies sufferers- This could be a nightmare event for them!

Pros- Artificial Flowers 

  • Season- It doesn’t matter if your preferred flowers aren’t in season
  • Cost- If budget is an issue using artificial silk flowers can help maybe half your flower bill
  • Forever- If you are buying them yourself you can keep them forever
  • Silk flowers do not require constant watering on a hot summer’s day where real ones would threaten to wilt; and if you’re planning on marrying overseas, artificial flowers are all but weightless for those pesky luggage restrictions!
  • Cost Effective- You can re use them for another event which you may have on the day or day after
  • Hayfever/allergies sufferers- This is the perfect way to still have your flowers but not upset any guests

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Cons-Artificial Flowers 

  • Colours- The artificial flowers can vary in different colour tones
  • Budget- Your wedding budget may be an issue, however do not buy cheap artificial flowers you will regret it, there are different levels of silk, so shop around
  • Fray- If they are cheap they can fray if they are moved around alot
  • Smell- That beautiful floral smell will be absent at your wedding

In need of help with decor concepts, design ideas for your wedding? Unsure of how to make your wedding different?

We offer a bespoke package to help you also.

Rohita x

Image Credit: RWS &  Pinterest


Help… What flowers should I pick for my wedding?

Hello Brides To Be,

So it’s Chelsea Flower Show 2017, so what a perfect time to see the beautiful flowers the world has to offer for your big day. Held in the grounds of Royal Hospital Chelsea in Chelsea, London since 1912. It is known as one of the most famous landscape and flower garden shows in the UK and also in the world, attracting the public and famous celebrities from near and far. 

Many brides have the dilemma of which flowers to pick for their big day and many are attracted towards traditional roses in either white or red.  Now many people are starting to look at what else is out there as they want their weddings to be different, unique or just that one wedding that stands out. 

Making the nervous step’s towards something different can be abit scary, especially as people don’t tend to see the mix of different colours at an Indian Wedding, but many more people are breaking the mould.

Below we have collected some beautiful inspiration for you of how different flowers, colours and textures can work for your big day. We’ve also added in a handy flower chart by season to help.

Rohita x

Image Credit and Floristry:- RWS London 

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Best of Asian and Indian Wedding Photography in London.

 

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