Finecut welcomes: weddings


Finecut takes in projects that celebrate the sacred event of two individuals. From our studio in Budapest, we design installations for ceremonies and weddings to reflect the needs of our customers throughout the country. Our installations are created and built on site, to exist in the place of the ceremony or celebrations.

A ceremony is a monumental step for two people. An inclusive and reflective event that mirrors both their personalities and the story of their partnership through their attire, the venue and the flora they choose to enhance the day with. There are no taboos in our studio in terms of plant arrangements, we work with the couple until we find the looks that are everything they’ve ever dreamed of.

Finecut is known for creating a timeless, even niche look, on a spectrum from timid to grandiose. We stand for an all-embracing, genderbending design and an androgynous appearance inspired by, and tuned for our clients.

Our process

We carry out our projects with an utmost discretion and are known for our collaborative approach. Our first conversation (usually by phone or online) is free of charge, we will answer all your initial questions, and give you details on schedule, our work process and approximate costs.

The next step is a personal consultation (preferably in our Budapest studio), where we take all the time necessary to understand every detail of your project. Here we outline the scope of your project and decide whether there is a need for a detailed design proposal.

If required, we follow up with a design proposal which includes overall theme(s), a written description, mood visuals and a detailed budget proposal. We also offer samples to our clients so they can observe the textures, colours and smells finecut is working with.

We charge for our consultations a flat fee of 50.000 Ft and it is fully reimbursed with the final project invoice.


Please call Gyorgy on +36 20 201 3811 or email gyorgy@finecut.hu to start the briefing. 

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