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PapaKåta’s Spring Open Weekend

PapaKåta’s Spring Open Weekend

Dates: Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th March, 2020

Location: Escrick Park, 5 mins from York, Yorkshire

Free to attend 

To book a time to chat email: tellmemore@papakata.co.uk 

As one of the most experienced suppliers of Tipis and the exclusive provider of Sperry Tents in the UK, our very own Mr & Mrs Unique supplier, PapaKåta, know a thing or two about organising an event!

Over to PapaKåta to tell us a little bit more about what we can expect from their 2020 Spring Open Weekend which is being held at the gorgeous Escrick Park, 5 minutes from York…

For our Spring Open Weekend on the on the 28th & 29th March, we will be showcasing our beautiful Tipis and Sperry Tents in the stunning setting of Escrick Park. Alongside our striking tents and luxurious finishing touches, there’ll be a fabulous supplier line-up and an event that’s jam-packed with style details and inspiration.

You can expect light and airy styling, the perfect antidote to recent winter months. The fabulous Victoria Ivy Floral Design will ensure the scheme is soft, modern, and reminiscent of an English Country Garden. With installations of beautiful seasonal blooms in a palette of dusky pink, smokey mauves and the occasional pop of blue.

There’ll be the full edit of PapaKåta’s bespoke event furnishings there for you

Autumn Wedding Inspiration with Bohemian styling and African inspired decor…

Autumn Wedding Inspiration…

Get ready to fill your boots with some gorgeous Autumn Wedding inspiration featuring not one but two of our favourite Mr & Mrs Unique suppliers – the lovely Binky Nixon and the awesome team at Country Tipis. 

I love the fusion of Autumnal colours, the luxe Bohemian vibes and the African inspired styling details. Over to styling Queen Gemma at The White Emporium to tell us more…

Gemma from The White Emporium… 

Bohemian Wedding Inspiration: Outdoors lounge area for wedding guests

Where did you get your inspiration from?

I love a traditional pole marquee such as the Celeste, they conjure up images of lazy days, relaxed parties and a bohemian style of living. The mixing of textures is always fundamental to my styling and I really wanted to include elements from the emerging fashion trends of African hints and the velvet textures inspiring visions of the 70’s. I wanted to keep an air of grandeur to the shoot so the vibe was Haute Boheme, free spirited and reminiscent of an unconventional lifestyle.

Bold prints were mixed with Autumnal colours of British grown blooms from Flowers at 58, coloured glasses and matte rose gold cutlery completed the tablescape. The peachy toned candles popped against the red and pink tones of the florals whilst the fabric swags helped add a sense of intimacy to the expansive marquee.

Africa inspires images of rolling