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The Brief
This was a wedding of two halves based in two gorgeous Mayfair venues that both exuded classic London elegance.
The Ceremony
Held between Christmas and New Year at a time when the streets of London are unusually quiet, the guests arrived in good cheer to continue their Christmas celebrations. The couple both made their wedding preparations at Claridges which was later to become the setting for their intimate ceremony and celebratory lunch. Taking advantage of the short daylight hours, they headed off in their Rolls Royce Phantom to some London beauty spots before the ceremony. The Drawing Room at Claridges was styled to accommodate the short but romantic ceremony. The room was dressed in a classic crisp white colour palette, and complimented by silvers, mirrors and candlelight to create a simple yet stylish tone.

A simple photo frame-styled seating plan took centre stage during the canapé reception, as guests sampled Claridge’s classic British canapés, & listened to the baby grand piano play

The Reception
Champagne corks popped from magnums of Laurent Perrier as guests moved through to the Rococo-styled French Salon. A simple photo frame-styled seating plan took centre stage during the canapé reception, as guests sampled Claridge’s classic British canapés, and listened to the baby grand piano play. As dinner was announced, The Drawing Room was yet again revealed, this time furnished with simply styled dining tables, complete with stunning charger plates, personalised stationery and more white luscious blooms.
Party Time
As the daytime celebration came to an end, guests were whisked off by a fleet of London black taxis to close by party venue, The Mayfair Bar at the renowned The Mayfair Hotel. The bar was transformed into an atmospheric nightclub location, and guests were welcomed with flamed torches that set a fabulous tone for the dancing and partying to come. Bespoke cocktails and hearty bowl food was served as guests danced the night away.