There is no doubt that summer weddings are popular even though the British weather is somewhat unpredictable. However, while working in a city venue I have noticed that weddings are not as seasonal and are popular all year round. Like many venues, at One Great George Street we have a low, medium and high season. When I first started working here I was surprised to hear that our high season was in fact from September to December and not May to August which is what I had been used to working previously in country house wedding venues. (more…)
Where it all began…”The Proposal”. Who asked who, did she get down on one knee? Did he sweep you off your feet, were you whisked away to Paris or were you woken up with a passionate kiss. However they popped the question if your reading this, the likelihood is is that you said yes and your about to plan a wedding.
Weddings are a wonderful occasion; celebrating two loved ones declaring their love to one another, but sometimes they can be a challenge for couples to organise.
With the help of a few of our trusted suppliers I have put together some useful tips to help ensure a stress free wedding day.
Our new list of event suppliers for 2016 will soon be released, and on reviewing our feedback, it seems one supplier was music to everybody’s ears! Check out some of the images and feedback for Diamond Skyline Orchestra’s recent events at One Great George Street .
On working with us, Diamond Skyline Orchestra’s Director, Barney Lowe, notes…
Performing at One Great George Street has always been a lot of fun for us, and it’s great when we get the chance to showcase our 12-piece band. The Great Hall is one of the most beautiful rooms in London, so it is always a pleasure to perform in there for our clients. We are with them from start to finish, and every wedding we do is personal, so seeing the couple enjoy themselves and their guests filling out the dance floor is a great feeling.
These cakes from one of our preferred wedding cake suppliers, Tuck-Box, just hit my inbox and have the office divided. Would you go for laid-back themed fairy cakes or a classic multi-tiered number?
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