Grosvenor House Wedding

Like all religious buildings, wedding décor within a synagogue can sometimes feel like a challenge. It is important to enhance the surroundings, avoid taking away from the meaningful nuptials, but also to add one’s stamp to the day. With this in mind, classical foliage and white flowers are always a firm favourite with the JustSeventy team in this setting, particularly when done in such a masterful way by Rob Van Helden and team.

Using various tones of dark green, expertly sprinkled with cream roses, white hydrangeas and jasmine, this synagogue was a vision of elegance. The bride and groom would wed under this stunning Chuppah, across from the marble Bimah, adorned with trailing flowers and foliage, before leaving as husband and wife through the beautifully constructed arch.

The guests then made their way down Park Lane to Grosvenor House where a warm welcome was waiting for them. As the canapés were passed round and the drinks flowed, the final touches were happening in the Ballroom.  And by the time everyone was called through to dinner, the Ballroom had been transformed. Candelabras and rose-filled centrepieces were at the forefront of all viewpoints. Other than the long top-table in front of the dance floor, all of the guests were on round tables where they could enjoy all of the delicious food and entertainment.

With the Ballroom dressed to perfection, the JustSeventy team ensured that the bespoke staging and lighting were ready to go for all the key moments before leaving the guests to dance and party to the lively sounds of the band.

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The Brief:
  • Classic
  • Bespoke
  • Romantic

Photography by Robert Shack Photography