Kinga and Nándor

Kinga and Nándor

Kinga and Nándor

Burgundy elegance

The dominating colours in the Hotel Montana’s Restaurant in Covasna were burgundy and copper, and it was late autumn anyway, so we decided with the bride to just go with it and build the decorations around this theme. Naturally the invitation and other graphic elements we designed reflected this mood. So did the flower compositions and centerpieces which were topped with a lot of small lights and candles, giving the space a more cosy and warm feeling. We created an elegant and truly autumnal setting.

Orsolya and Róbert

Orsolya and Róbert

Orsolya and Róbert

Rustic cellar

The main theme of this wedding was the use of rustic materials, wheat and lavender. This was spiced with a lot of small lights and candles in the beautiful restaurant called Óriáspince. The special and unusual element of the night was the lack of tablecloths. We thought by using just table runners this would add to the rustic appearance of the decor. The flower compositions were created by Bloom Belle.

Moncsi and Levente

Moncsi and Levente

Moncsi and Levente

Rustic bliss

Moncsi was determined to use rustic materials and a lot of small decorating lights, Levente on the other hand, loves small signs and messages. Thus this rustic bohemian decor was born. This was our first work together with Event Factory wedding planners and it was a great experience. 

Csilla and István

Csilla and István

Csilla and István

A bit of elegance spiced with Mozaik. 

Fine, elegant lines and colour were used in this wedding at Kolcza Restaurant. The happy couple wanted to use the presence of the pillars and this is why we used these imposing veils and paper globes. The flower compositions were the work of art of Bloom Belle and the wedding was organised by the great team of Event Factory. It was great working together again!

Hajnesz and Repi

Hajnesz and Repi

Hajnesz and Repi

At your place, really!

This sweet couple wanted to organise a low waste, eco-friendly and close to nature wedding. The flowers were gathered from the site of the road and our own gardens. The mason jars and liqueur bottles got new meaning. Joint effort for our lovely friends with Monogram Weddings and Events.