According to Shakespeare ‘The course of true love never did run smooth’ and Covid certainly made sure that was the case with this wedding. Postponed 5 times the joy and excitement of this day when it actually happened was magical and like electricity in the air.
With an incredible patina of decaying grandeur, the George Ballroom was the back drop for an extraordinarily chic, super fun, exquisitely styled black tie dinner to celebrate the marriage of Lou and Jeremy.
In a room that breathes majesty and the opulence of a bygone age, the scene was set with 2 long tables transformed with heavy putty coloured linen cloths adorned with masses of dusty pink, cream and champagne coloured roses, olive, citrus and pomegranate branches and foliage spilling over the ends. Add oversized place cards with hand crafted calligraphy, 1-metre-tall silver candelabras, an oyster bar, champagne tower, a radiant bride dressed in Hervé Léger, beautiful speeches, a Vogue photographer doing portraits, a million glowing candles, a first dance with all the gold flitter, custom engraved bonbonnieres plus the happiest most excited guests and you have a wedding party that was well worth the wait!