If ‘contemporary rustic’ is the best way to describe your wedding Pinterest board, we know a prop hire company that’ll be able to set the scene in serious bridal shoot-worthy style.
Based in the north-east, Low Fell Hire Company combines a hot-tub hire service (worth keeping in mind when planning the hen party) with a luxury handmade wedding event décor hire business.
Each and every big day-themed piece is highly original and crafted from the best quality reclaimed wood. From artisanal table plans to dramatic ceremony displays, these designs will add real wow factor to proceedings.
It’s all wood
Made in a singular, countrified style, it’s fair to say that these stand-out constructions fit specific venue vibes. But if you’re taking your vows alfresco, partying the night away in a historic barn or making over a marquee’s blank canvas space, any one – or a combination of – these imaginative creations will fill your celebration with rural bohemian flair.
The bespoke range comprises a capsule collection of stand-out space enhancers, such as dancefloor light-up letters, an apothecary-chic gin wall, a eucalyptus flower wall with neon sign, a chevron-pattern Polaroid wall, back-lit champagne wall, personalised hanging signs, an easel seating plan, a customisable post box and a rustic order of events board.
Combining timeless textural wood-based surfaces with eclectic neon signs, geometric motifs and modernist typography, they offer a thoroughly fresh take on pastoral décor.
While each item can be individually hired for an accessible rental fee, lovers who have bigger designs on their reception space can take advantage of one of Low Fell Hire Company’s two well-priced event packages.
The Make It Special package includes a selection of six pieces from the range, including the bubble wall, post box and order of events signage for £449, while the Perfect Day package offers even greater celebration styling consistency, with eight items to adorn your venue for £999, with light-up letters and a personalised hanging sign adding that extra flourish to the evening fun.
Who doesn’t want to say ‘I do’ to their everlasting love under a seven-feet tall hexagonal archway constructed from 150-year-old wood? For added bohemian dream impact, add botanical arrangements (we’re seeing pampas grass) and candlelit hurricanes.
Once fully styled, this display piece will be the ultimate couple portrait spot.