Luxe London Wedding Showcase to Inspire Engaged Couples
16 Nov 2015
If Champagne, oysters and chocolate are how you like to be greeted, save the date for an upcoming wedding showcase at London’s historic Trinity House on Sunday, November 29.
Couples planning a luxurious London wedding celebration are invited to the inaugural Wedding Showcase at Trinity House, which will bring together specialist suppliers and caterers during the afternoon that will run from 3pm-5pm.
Guests will be welcomed with champagne, oysters, goody bags and chocolate at the venue, which is located behind the Tower of London and is the working home of the General Lighthouse Authority.
Six leading caterers and wedding event organisers – Party Ingredients, Palette, Payne & Gunter, Food Show Ltd, Lodge Catering, and Create Food and Party Events – will showcase a selection of creative wedding fare and confectionery.
Wedding cake specialists Daisy Cakes and cake-topper Clare Basham Designs will also showcase their wares, while fine wines and spirits provider, McKinley Vintners, is` sponsoring the event with a glass of champagne on guest arrival.
For that seeking wedding car inspiration, SmallCarBigCity tours will provide a line-up of classic British mini-cars in front of the house for photo opportunities.
Included in the list of other exhibitors is a range of specialist services and suppliers including:
- Bride and groom couture designer, Madeline Isaac James
- Bespoke bridesmaids’ dress designer, Sarah Jane Gaselee (herself a bridesmaid at Princess Diana's wedding)
- Wedding gowns and accessories couturier, Terry Fox
- Make-up styling by Jennifer Lo of LoLo and Co
- Hair and make-up by Patricia Mi of Bride and Roses
- Skin care specialists, Forever Living Products
- Floral expertise in the form of The Fresh Flower Company, KW Floral Designs (by Karen Woolven)
- Tissue paper blossom maker Tissue Blossoms
- Mark Dalton Photography
- Marquee providers Higham Marquees
- Oyster shucker extraordinaire, The Oyster Meister
- Musician harpist Sheila Watts (Harp4U)
- The Urban Soul Orchestra
- Neighbouring five-star accommodation providers City Grange Hotel
Also planning to be involved is the historic All Hallows by the Towers Anglican Church, traditionally linked to the Port of London Authority and the oldest medieval church in the City of London to survive the Great Fire in 1666. The site of Christian worship since 675 AD, the church is located within five minutes walking distance rendering the house ideal for post-service receptions and wedding breakfasts.