Alexandra & William
A classic romantic London wedding using historical settings.
The ceremony as held in Qestminster Abbey, the reception at One Great George Street which is the headquarters of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and was built between 1910 and 1913 as the result of an architectural competition won by James Miller, RSA (1860-1947).
It was an autumn wedding and Alex was keen to reflect that in the flowers and especially in the colours, so we went for dark reds and oranges with highlights of creams and light pinks. For the autumnal feel we used rose hips and fallen leaves actually picked/found in St James’s Park, which just added that touch of Bespoke that you can’t buy or ship in from Holland. Alex wanted the candelabra to stand relatively bare in the gorgeous room, for a classic and traditional feel with a ring, of mainly all the roses used in her bouquet, at the base. Our quality beeswax candles added warmth and atmosphere.