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Teds and Milly’s London Wedding

To transform a corporate function room at The Hurlingham Club into a Galaxy Garden, using foliage and gypsophila throughout the venue and bridal party.

As you drive into the gates of The Hurlingham Club, you might feel as though you have been transported out of London and into the rolling hills of the countryside. A winding road and quaint bridge will take you up past the tennis courts and swimming pools to the main events spaces. This was where our lovely bride arrived, armed with a gypsophila shawl and matching crowns for her flower girls.

This event was planned thoroughly with one of our Marble Collective members, Nikki of Petal and Grace, who created a floating cloud of gypsophila on the dinner table. After dinner, the guests were lead into the Galaxy Garden, where the entire ceiling was covered in hanging foliage, hidden lights and disco balls, to give the feeling that you were dancing under the stars.

It was a great example of collaboration between technical production, creative production and our Collective members pulling their heads together to create something spectacular!

Services

Creative Production, Planning, Sound and Lighting Design
Location: The Hurlingham Club, Fulham, London

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