Budding events and celebrity-wedding designers should turn post haste to ‘Preston Bailey’s Design for Entertaining’, a book that winged its way into our under-decorated lives this week. Bailey, a kind of personal Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen to star clients, offers a host of useful tips. ‘The entrance area is the first thing your guests see when they arrive at an event,’ he ventures insightfully, before camping out a reception table with a lily pond of name badges. Sadly, Bailey fails spectacularly in his own advice to ‘use airy or minimalist decorations’.
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