Fairy Tale Evening at Banqueting House HRP Wedding Showcase

What an absolutely magnificent Wedding Showcase last week at Banqueting House! Historic Royal Palaces put on an amazing fairy tale evening in the heart of London, such an honour to have been invited and lovely company in the form of my good friend Cristina Rossi Photography. Banqueting House is easily one of the most beautiful and stunning venues I have ever stepped foot inside and a dream wedding venue for anyone looking for that fairy tale day in London. The evening started off with arrival cocktails and a fashion show put on by the fantastic Two Birds, Sassi Holford & Apsley Tailors. Guests where then whisked off to the magnificent main room for a Ruinart Champagne reception by Moët  Hennessy. The room was set up as a wedding breakfast and looked AMAZING thanks to flower displays by Philippa Craddock, LED trees by Twilight Trees, table stationary by Piccolo Press all topped off by a 5 tier wedding cake by the fantastic Abigail Bloom Cake Company. We were treated to a phenomenal 3 course dinner by Blue Strawberry and Table Talk – my favourite was the cured confit sea trout starter, it looked as amazing as it tasted! For the evening we also enjoyed karaoke fun with Lucky Voice. Such a beautiful evening and very special venue indeed! Ayshea Donaldson – My London Wedding Planner

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