After competitive and detailed tender processes, we are absolutely delighted to have been re-selected to work at Roundhouse and The Wallace Collection! This is such a fantastic endorsement of the BWoM team and we are huge fans of both these impressive and beautiful buildings which illustrate the incredible diversity of architectural styles to be found among the UK’s finest venues. Please get in touch if you would like to discuss holding an event at these or any of our venue partners.
Good news comes from Banqueting House which, as of September 2017, will once again be offering day -time hire on Thursdays (excluding school holidays). Clients will be able to host lunches, conferences, product launches, daytime fashion shows, large set builds, all-day weddings, as well as evening set builds on the Wednesday for high production events starting on the Thursday morning. This offers huge potential for those planning daytime events or needing more time to set up for a Thursday evening – please contact us if you would like to know more!
On a sunny, spring morning at the end of March, we spent the morning in Kensington at Leighton House Museum styling a dining table for a photo shoot to promote the new opportunity to hold seated dinners in the stunningly ornate Narcissus Hall.
Knowing that Mary Jane Vaughan was planning florals in shades of cream and white, we chose an elegant, elephant grey linen cloth with a welcome pop of saffron yellow coming from the napkins to contrast dramatically with the almost iridescent turquoise tiles that line the walls of this breath-taking space. Glass charger plates and crystal glasses finished the look and the end result is, to us, a wonderful example of how to create impact without taking anything away from the exotic beauty of this exquisite hall. If you would be interested in knowing more about hosting events at Leighton House, our planners would be delighted to chat to you.
Image of Narcissus Hall, Leighton House Museum courtesy of Matt Lain.