So whilst most of you were heading to the bars last Friday, well anyone who didn’t have an event to manage of course, I was on my way to one of my favourite venues in London, Somerset House to see what the Quintessentially Wedding Atelier had in store.
No I’m not getting married again! Although after my visit it was very tempting to ask Mr Moon if he fancied a little renewal ceremony!
For those of you that don’t know about the Quintessentially brand, the Quintessentially Group comprises 23 specialist sister businesses that cover just about every facet of the luxury lifestyle market.
Started as a luxury concierge business 14 years ago they now have 67 offices around the world and each Quintessentially business is unique in their field. To name a few of their brands you have Quintessentially Communications, Wine, People, Creative, Events and Quintessentially Weddings.
Quintessentially is all about being able to secure the best partners and suppliers and here are just a few that I had the pleasure to meet.
Mary Jane Vaughan
The displays as you walked into the venue were breathtaking and accompanied by a fresh floral aroma, a very nice welcome.
Specialising in weddings and events you can visit the website here.
No showcase is complete, whether that’s a wedding, venue or event showcase, without a photo booth.
Megabooth offer a fun photo experience for guests, take a look at their website here.
Top Hat Catering
Top Hat, voted one of the UK’s Best Caterers in the Tatler Party Guide 2011-2014, are all about sensational food, inspiring ideas and high class service, they have a real passion for their craft and this is clear from every member of the team that you meet and talk to.
They put on a fabulous afternoon tea and you should definitely try their pork belly on a stick… delicious!!
Take a look at the Top Hat Catering website here.
What do you think to this stunning replica of Jodie Kid’s wedding cake called Beautiful!
Formerly a graphic designer Domino brings a creative eye to the world of cakes and they taste pretty special as well.
Visit her website here.
Raj Tent Club
Visit their website here.
WowGrass really is wow! It’s real grass, it’s fresh, it’s alive but it’s soil free so can be laid indoors or outdoors, great for experiential events, weddings and of course summer parties. They’ve even laid turf at the Dorchester!
If you fancy bringing the outside in then visit their website here.
From wedding cakes to macaron pyramids to wedding favours, a luxury niche that offers a complete bespoke service.
For a little touch of luxury visit the website here.
The Grosvenor Stationery Company
Based in Belgravia, they create beautiful engraved stationery, if you are looking for luxury invitations for your event then you should definitely get in contact.
You can visit their website here.
Farley is Europe’s premier antiques hire company, and have supplied film sets from Bond to Gladiator and television productions too… where a wedding or event demands fine antiques and the budget allows then Farley is definitely the place to go.
Arrange a visit to their 4 warehouses by visiting the website here.
Thanks Quintessentially Weddings for the invitation last week. I really enjoyed my visit and met some fantastic suppliers that I definitely hope I have the opportunity to work with at an event in the future and I highly recommend that you take a look at.
Until next time #Eventprofs…