Verity and Patrick had a very chic and beautiful wedding in a stunning warehouse space in E1 London. We had a blank canvas, so careful planning went into the entire production, from lighting, wall projections to candelabras and cocktails.

In the months leading up to the wedding we spent many an evening discussing and emailing over menu plans, which we designed from scratch in an entirely bespoke manner. We finalised the choices with a tasting at Verity and Patricks house, think Persian spices, Turkish Pide bread, home smoked salmon and labneh, just a few of the stand out flavours picked by our chefs. 5 choices of canapé, 3 course meal, teas and coffee, and evening snack to keep guests dancing into the night. Our design team and Verity worked together to offset the rustic urban feel of the space. We had beautiful 40 person banqueting tables set up for 120 guests, our signature festoon canopy lighting and drape partitions that gilded the room partnered with harmonious lighting. The floral elements were perfect in adding that final touch of colour and subtle class. The Flower Appreciation Society had it spot on. It was the perfect back drop for the big day.

Here’s a few words from the bride, Verity:

“As with all really excellent enterprises, there is a creative passion behind it, Rich loves food and it shows. 

Apart from actually getting to marry each other, the most important aspect of our day was always going to be the food. We are spoilt in London with a range and diversity of cuisine unparalleled in the rest of the country. Standards and expectations are high. 

We live in Stoke Newington, where the Turkish food is incredible, Paddy had lived in Italy and we wanted a menu that nodded at both of these aspects of our lives. 

Rich created a balanced and beautiful menu. 

We were excited about the personal aspects he incorporated and obviously enjoyed creating, the home-smoked salmon in particular was a real treat. 

Our warehouse venue was a blank canvas, using two very different spaces Rich helped us to transform them into gorgeous places where our friends and family could relax, eat, drink and be very merry. 

As one guest put it, the day was both very romantic and very cool.”

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