his intimate corporate dinner for 45 was hosted in the Weldon Galleries at the National Portrait Gallery. To accent the gorgeous duck egg blue and silver already in the room, we used splashes of colour in the deep purple hydrangea and roses that made up these spectacular centre pieces. There was no need for table cloths with these stunning high gloss white tables, beautifully complimented by white leather baroque chairs. And with custom made bolster cushions in the same rich plum, this dinner really had wow factor.
Originally built in 1889, the Savoy has been the hotel of choice amongst Hollywood stars and royalty since the beginning. In 1937, King George VI became the first reigning monarch to dine there. His daughter, Princess Elizabeth, was first seen in public with Prince Philip at a wedding reception in the hotel in 1946. Vivien Leigh met her future husband, Laurence Olivier, in The Savoy’s lobby. After three years and £220 million spent in restoration, it finally reopened in October 2010.
This venue is one of a kind. It is a show case of modern design. Located in an elegant modernist building on the river Thames. The spectacular views of the city make it a perfect setting for any event.
Two Temple Place
Inside is a testament to the skills and expertise of some of the finest sculptures of the 19th century. Step back in time and give weight to any event with the grandeur of a state occasion. This unique venue gives intimacy of a party in a private house.
Nestled in the heart of London is this impressive venue with secluded lawns ideal for a tranquil event.
This exclusive venue is designed to host a range of events including weddings and corporate events.
The Wallace Collection
This palatial town house occupies an entire side of a tranquil garden square just off Oxford Street. The glamorous galleries host displays of French art and furniture from the 18th century .The contrasting contemporary glazed courtyard make it the perfect venue for any occasion.