Updated: Aug 25, 2021
Surrounded by their family and friends, Anthony and Rouwayda enjoyed celebrating with over 350 guests at an iconic London venue
Things started a little differently for this wedding. I first was contacted by the grooms mother who was put in charge of all things wedding related! We had a brilliant first meeting, and we instantly connected. We had similar ideas and I knew I was the perfect person to execute them. The large guest list called for meticulous planning!
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A church ceremony in Wimbledon, photographs at The Rosewood Hotel and a reception to swoon over in Covent Garden.
After managing food requests and RSVPs from over 350 guests, we set to
The venue was set. The Grand Connaught Rooms in London, with its large capacity for dinner and dancing was the perfect central location for this couple. Cars arrived at the church and I can only describe the ceremony as perfection Mary Jane Vaughn completely wowed with her stunning creations.
the bride and groom then made their way to The Rosewood Hotel for some intimate pictures. I think it’s so important to schedule time away form
I have to say, this format (early ceremony, change for a black tie evening reception) is possibly my preferred
the dancing was just brilliant.
at the end of the night, when we shut off the lights and took a huge breath of fresh air, we couldn't help but think “I’m going to really miss that lot”!
Church: All Saints, Wimbledon
Venue: Grand Connaught Rooms
Venue 2: The Rosewood Hotel
Florist: Mary Jane Vaughn
Photographer: Alexandra Hall
Videographer: Bloomsbury Films
Stationary: Gee Brothers
Dress: Pronovias Brides