This bride was unconventional – she knew what she wanted and looked long and hard to find the right company to work with her on the styling, planning and management on the day.
A memorable wedding with a creative theme
The RSA was the venue and guests were invited to afternoon tea prior to the ceremony. As the couple met, lived and worked in London this became the creative theme for the pre ceremony tea.
A cockney news seller issued commemorative bespoke ‘evening news’ papers to guests which doubled as the order of service before everyone was given a bespoke mug (china) of tea and sandwiches. The specially commissioned mugs depicted London icons and elements from the happy couple’s past and were later given out as favours filled with branded rock as guests departed.
The ceremony took place in the auspicious Great Room and a Mediterranean courtyard inspired the floristry with banks of bougainvillea and two magnificent orange trees split by a runner of turf to form the aisle.
Once the formalities were over guests mingled in the stylish contemporary hallway before partaking in the wedding breakfast in a uniquely colourful dining room softened by subtle colourful draping throughout. The final phase was to dance the night away to a jazz band in the undercroft.