Winter Weddings are lovely! I'm SO excited to share this stunning winter warming wedding with you all. One of the last weddings for me in 2017 in my favourite London venue Brixton East 1871. Ash & Paul came to me at the end of the previous year and it's been such a joy to plan their dream wedding with them.
The aim was to create a warm winter wonderful space with lots of nice tones. We added in dropdown antique filament bulbs on the ground floor and Worm London created the most beautiful green foliage for the tables and backdrop. For the tables, we came up with a rustic design of enamel plates, modern cutlery and glasses, together with mismatch vintage champagne saucers. Beautiful, rustic & informal.
All the way through it was packed with fabulous design features from the table plan through to video installation of vintage/pop culture weddings.. ended in the best wedding hashtag ever! #TFFTI - can you guess it? Thank F*** For The Internet. A nod to A&P's meeting through online dating. It can happen! :)
The whole day was packed with personal touches too, lots of details like Ash's handmade pop art name cards, personalised quiz, whiskey & cigar den, polaroid guest book station & special attention to absent relatives.
Besides from event management, I designed and sourced the tablescape, looked after all light & sound production, organised part of the catering, provided all drinks throughout, ran the bar and provided the event team.
Huge thanks to everyone involved in this epic last wedding of the year! Xx
"Hi Dita! It all feels like a bit of a dream, but the best dream ever! Thank you again so SO much for everything you did for us. It was such an incredible day - the best day of our lives - and a huge part of that was because of all your hard work. Thankyouthankyouthankyou. Really, thank you so much for everything, Dita. We couldn't have done it without you (seriously)! Lots of love, Ashley & Paul x"
Venue - Brixton East 1871 | Florist - Worm London | Canapés - Crumble Foods | Streetfood - Soul & Pepper | Event Photographer - Luis Calow Photography