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Pretty in Pink at the Hurlingham

Laura and Harry were recommended to us by Zest Events and the style of wedding she had in mind really played to our strengths. Laura and Harry were having a traditional seated wedding breakfast with dancing at the Hurlingham Club following a Church wedding. They (very sensibly!) wanted to get speeches out of the way during the drinks reception. There are so many different possibilities at the Hurlingham Club for room layouts we always encourage clients to steer away from room turnarounds if at all possible.

The Palm Court provides a bright, fresh area for venue styling with its doors opening on to a large patio area for when the sun is shining. It really lent itself to Laura’s theme of white and pink (her favourite colour). Large chrome coach lanterns lined the route along the Palm Court and white cube furniture with mirror-topped tables, offered comfortable seating, doubling as a chill-out area for the evening reception too. The centrepiece was the fabulous cake which was made by a friend. To really set this off, we installed a bespoke matrix in the ceiling of the Orangery and suspended a cluster of pink and white, illuminated hanging lanterns overhead. To complete the look, we dressed the walls with soft, white, gathered drapes and supplied a small round podium for the speeches.

For the main event, white wall drapes and a star-shaped, fairylight canopy in the roof void provided the perfect backdrop to show off the gorgeous centrepieces. A starcloth backdrop behind the band together with a black and white chequered dancefloor and rotating mirrorball overhead set the scene for the first dance beautifully.

Photo credit Joshua Tucker Photography

Laura and Harry were recommended to us by Zest Events and the style of wedding she had in mind really played to our strengths. Laura and Harry were having a traditional seated wedding breakfast with dancing at the Hurlingham Club following a Church wedding. They (very sensibly!) wanted to get speeches out of the way during the drinks reception. There are so many different possibilities at the Club for room layouts we always encourage clients to steer away from room turnarounds if at all possible.

The Palm Court provides a bright, fresh area for venue styling with its doors opening on to a large patio area for when the sun is shining. It really lent itself to Laura’s theme of white and pink (her favourite colour). Large chrome coach lanterns lined the route along the Palm Court and white cube furniture with mirror-topped tables, offered comfortable seating, doubling as a chill-out area for the evening reception too. The centrepiece was the fabulous cake which was made by a friend. To really set this off, we installed a bespoke matrix in the ceiling of the Orangery and suspended a cluster of pink and white, illuminated hanging lanterns overhead. To complete the look, we dressed the walls with soft, white, gathered drapes and supplied a small round podium for the speeches.

For the main event, white wall drapes and a star-shaped, fairylight canopy in the roof void provided the perfect backdrop to show off the gorgeous centrepieces. A starcloth backdrop behind the band together with a black and white chequered dancefloor and rotating mirrorball overhead set the scene for the first dance beautifully.

Photo credit Joshua Tucker Photography

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