Elegance, simplicity and class… this bride had the right idea for her special day. No one at this wedding, groom or guest, will forget the vision that was Melanie, walking down the aisle in an understated chic gown, subtle make up and hair down.

Even though a civil ceremony had already taken place some months prior, this did not detract from the importance of this couple’s religious ceremony. An incredible range of flowers and foliage adorned the chuppah structure, under which the bride and groom would wed – a breath-taking focal point at the centre of the room, where all the chairs could be positioned around.

On this scorching late-spring day, the guests made their way to Rosewood London, an iconic city central favourite of all at JustSeventy. In order to accommodate the large number of guests, seating everyone on two different levels gave them all the best possible view of the happy couple and their families. The ceremony coming to a close, the glass smashed… it was time for guests to make their way to the beautifully stylish Mirror Room for a drinks reception and some delicious light bites.

Downstairs in the grand Ballroom, the JustSeventy team were checking all final details prior to guests entering. Months of design had led to the creation of an incredible summer garden with trellises and trees in abundance. Tables had trees as centrepieces, a real talking point for the guests, and the stage blended in beautifully with the rest of the room due to the abundance of flowers involved.

If it wasn’t the perfectly presented food, it was the lively showband that kept the guests smiling all night. The party was in full flow with dancing between courses and some entertaining speeches… there wasn’t a dull moment to be found in this wedding.

Any wedding is unforgettable, however when you bring a summer garden to central London and welcome your guests in such a hospitable way, it is sure to be one for everyone to treasure forever.

The Brief:
  • Secret Garden
  • Floral Romance
  • Simplistic Elegance

Photography by Blake Ezra