Genevieve and Sam’s Gloucestershire wedding

Here in the stunning setting of the bride’s home we were asked to design a wedding which was smart, elegant, relaxed and spoiling by day and then to move up a gear in the evening for a mega party.

With such a split brief we designed the event so it was literally split in two halves, using the beautiful peak structure on the top lawn for dinner. Then, whilst guests were dining on the delicious food delivered by one of our Marble Collective members, Peardrop, we brought to life the walkway down to the dance tent. A fusion of fire, fireworks, Espresso Martini’s, lighting effects and a live band.

This wedding was one of the first events Marble Private performed under the integration of Kasimira and Broad Bean, and it proved to us the integration really works. The balance between planning, production and technical was finely tuned and the weekend ran seamlessly.


Planning and Design, Creative Production, Technical Production, Sound, Light and Tech, Music, Project Management and Implementation
Location: Gloucestershire

"You really are truly incredible and created the most insane wedding for us. I’ve never had so much fun in my life."

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