"Sarah was just what I needed! Very glad I used her as she was so very calming and a pleasure to work with..."
"Hiring Ekklesia Decorations to decorate my 30th birthday party was one of the best decisions I could have made. They listened to my ideas, and used their many years of experience to add a creative touch to my event – all at a very affordable price! They took care of every last detail when it came to decorating. I gave them my colours, my vague idea of what I wanted and the result was amazing!
I would highly recommend Ekklesia Decorations to anybody and guarantee that you will be more then satisfied with their knowledge and talent."
"Thank you so much for all your hard work and patience as most of the time we didn't know what we wanted. The room looked absolutely stunning and the flowers were lovely, I was so happy with everything!"
"Ekklesia Decor8ions specializes in miracle! The room was very plain and it felt cold, bare and hopeless.
Ekklesia Decor8ions transformed that room into a cosy, warm and delightful venue...".
Director of Empowerment Zone Ltd
Hints and Tips
Were're here to help!
Planning any event can raise the stress levels of even the calmest of people.
So we have decided to help out with a few hints and tips we hope you will find useful.
This page will be updated regularly so be sure keep posted!
When choosing your colour scheme let nature give you a hand.
Visit florist or take a trip to flower gardens and see which colours provoke a reaction in you!
Aqua gels are a great way to add a splash of colour to your tables and vases. They are inexpensive, come in an array of colours and last for months!
(You can find an example in the photos of the Lily bowl and goldfish bowl on the 'Items for Hire ' page)
Bridal magazines are great for generating ideas but not so good for offering the best prices. Be sure to shop around, you'll be surprised at the differences in price for the same or similar items.
If you have a glass vases or mirror with an annoying sticky label on it simply spray the label with WD40, leave it to soak in then peal off!
To remove wax from glass candle holders place them on a baking tray and into a warm oven for about 1 minute, then using a paper napkin wipe away all the melted wax