One of my main focuses for 2017 was always to tell as many people as possible about the option to get married at Tower Bridge. Typically the initial barrier I face is the public being unaware that you can actually host a ceremony inside the Bridge & secondly, that it is legally licensed. When I received the phone call back in May from our December couple that they wanted to confirm their wedding with us, excitement sunk in at the thought of a cosy, end-of-year celebration.
Looking at 100 expected guests, the wedding itself would be filled with lots of laughs, good food, celebration & guests being happily surprised by what the venue had to offer. Knowing that it was December & the weather was due to be cold outside, the space would really embrace a cosier, intimate feel.
Selecting not only the venue but various other suppliers to contribute to their special day, it would be the Christmas tree; a surprise to the groom by his wife-to-be that would be the icing on the cake. The eye-catching tree provided by Lavender Green, along with the musical styling of Musical Movements, food by Seasoned & the talent of Greg Allen as the photographer: the combination would be impressive.
Something that would also play a key factor for a winter wedding would be the comfort of a warm, filling menu to match the colder temperature outside. With this particular wedding we started with an indulgent cheesy soufflé, completed with a heavy lamb dish. Perfect, reflected London catering!