Our bride and groom were keen to create a statement within the grandeur of Banqueting House in London. They dreamed of a romantic central tree with a table surrounding it and an abundance of florals complimenting the famous Ruben’s mural on the ceiling.
We, as always, were delighted to oblige and alongside production heavyweights, Bespoke Events London conjured up a scheme that would make any heart melt.
Seeking inspiration from the famous Ruben’s ceiling, we selected florals that complimented the tones and hues already evident to ensure that environmentally, any wedding design was entirely harmonious to our surroundings. Working in collaboration with Bespoke Events London, we conjured all the ideas from our bride and groom into the most beautiful reality. A large statement tree standing over 6m tall took centre stage. Around this, a bespoke circular dining table provided a way for guests to dine beneath. Long tables ran the full length of the Banqueting House to fill the room with texture and colour. Jewel toned roses and other fresh flowers combined in glorious abundance with lashings of English foliage to result in a scheme which was quite simply, breathtaking.
Italian crystal candelabra, chic glass stem vases and ornate crystal candlesticks ran along the full length of each table to offer a timeless and elegant wedding design that cannot be imitated. The sense of grandeur balanced perfectly within a venue of such large proportions to offer an intimate wedding in one of London’s most beautiful historic royal palaces, Banqueting House.