Wedding Planning & Style inspiration from One Stylish Day

Today I am thrilled to spotlight on new wedding planning business One Stylish Day who to celebrate their launch have created 2 distinct styled shoots to showcase their creativity, moody hues and blush & grey.

Trends are fleeting but style has longevity.

Great style has confidence and authenticity; it is unfussy yet at the same time, unexpected.

Style is executed with precision whilst appearing effortless.

Style is personal. This is the ethos of One Stylish Day.

One Stylish Day launches on January 1st, and takes a fresh approach wedding planning by designing a wedding experience inspired by each individual couple rather than traditions, fashions, or clichés.

One Stylish Day is the work of Louise Hughes; a wedding designer with a background in the fashion industry who was inspired to start her business whilst working as a wedding planner.

She says… “I was struck by the repetitive nature of weddings, where the same design features occur again and again regardless of the personal tastes and personalities of the couple. ”

“People ask for something individual but end up with the same as everyone else.”

“We are not afraid to break with tradition to create a day that is truly different; genuinely spectacular, but this doesn’t mean piling on the bells and whistles.”

“Our weddings are unashamedly design-led and pared back.”

“One Stylish Day offers a range of services from full design and planning to styling or prop sourcing, and covers Cheshire, Manchester and the surrounding areas.”


To celebrate the launch Louise has brought together 2 styled shoots with 2 distinct looks….


Moody Hues is dark, dramatic and bold.

A base of black and ink layered with navy, deep mauve and dusky shades to highlight.

The tablescape includes black crockery, gold cutlery and dark, elegant glassware with an abundance of trailing moody blooms.

A watercolour cake and stationery will add texture and modern styling.

Colour Scheme

Layer on dark hued colours for linens, crockery and chairs.

It is dramatic and that is why it works.

Candlelight adds a beautiful softness to this palette.

Brass details ensure the overall look is warm and opulent. Silver details would create a completely different feel.


Table linens are long enough to trail and billow and must touch the floor.


Seasonal foliage trailed along the table with flower heads dotted throughout is dramatic and cost effective.

The foliage is placed around the table decor to create a beautifully intertwined and expressive table runner.


A subtle way to bring in pattern, texture and colour.

A soft washed indigo cake is dramatic and very beautiful.

This colour combination is mirrored on the stationery with white allowing the indigo watercolour to pop. A clean, simple font completes the look.

Stationery is the first visual your guests have of the day and this will give a glimpse into a day that is going to be fashion forward, bold and creative.


A variety of petal sizes and shades create a beautiful style feature.

Large, deep coloured petals and sweet rose buds are particularly beautiful – displayed in geometric brass vases to add edge and style.


Blush & Grey is a pure, natural scheme with a lightness of touch and sensual undertones.

The sense of innocence is heightened by the lush green backdrop, abundance of British florals with creeping foliage and ripe fruit.


Antique silver cutlery and sparkling cut glass are tempered with contemporary organic crockery for an indulgent feel without fussiness.


Handwritten vellum stock is innovative and trend focused while still elegant, timeless, soft and feminine. Raw edges and black ink add an edge.


Flowers have escaped from their usual positions on tables or pedestals to spread across the floor, climbing and trailing up and around the table.


Not just for throwing but part of the decor.

Continuity of textures and materials ensures the day feels fully co-ordinated and effortlessly styled; vellum pouches filled with a handful of petals are displayed in antique silver trays and glass boxes.


A simple and elegant duo of white wedding cakes is understated and chic.

Flowers and fruit add lusciousness.

Thank you so much to One Stylish Day for sharing their creativity and I look forward to seeing the brand blossom.

Love these two individual looks, one delicate, one bold both giving stylish inspiration for all those newly engaged couples.


Image Credits

Blush & Grey:

Photography ​- Kate McCarthy Photography

Florist – Verity and Thyme​

Cake – Marie Antoinette Cakes​

Silk linens – Lancaster and Cornish

Calligraphy – Bonjour Laura J

Confetti – Shropshire Petals

Moody Hues​​​:

Photography ​- Kate McCarthy Photography

Florist – Verity and Thyme

Cake – Marie Antoinette Cakes

Stationery – Emily Rollings

Confetti – Shropshire Petals

Cutlery and wine glasses – Whitehouse crockery

The venue is a private house in Cheshire


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