JC Interview

We were moved by the article published on the Jewish Chronicle by the unique Sharron Livingston. 

It was an honour to have been feature in the prestigious Wedding Magazine of the JC as their featured Wedding and Party planner.

Thank you JC very much for the privilege of being feature in such an important publication.

Scan of the pages below.


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The making of the Wedding at the Landmark Hotel

Dear all,

This video contains an introduction with some of the behind the scenes work that we did for the recent wedding at the Landmark Hotel. 

The idea was to share and create some understanding about the immense work that goes into producing one of these events given that few people are actually part of this process. 

The beginning of the video jumps from the different public areas of the hotel and the latter part of the video shows the final result.

Hope you enjoy it

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Villa Rene Lalique

As designers and lovers of all things beautiful, we visited the Lalique Museum in France. We had an amazing time seeing face to face al those design classics.

We followed the museum experience with dining at the the splendid Villa Rene Lalique, place where he once lived and worked and that has been lovingly converted into a stupendous boutique Hotel and restaurant.

This short video was created as a  way of sharing with you a truly eventful experience and hoping it will inspire you to go.



The Mirror Maze

We loved the recent experiential event "The Mirror Maze" designed by Es Devlin that took place in Peckham a few weeks ago.

We thought it was a really fun experience, brave and memorable that did not try to push the brand too hard. By being brave and bold, the experience was even more memorable attracting people from all over London that flocked to live the experience.

We also share it as we think it was one of the most fun events we have seen so far this year and because it highlighted perfectly the advantage of having a set designer involved in the project.  


Same Sex Wedding in Pimlico

We did not want to pass on the opportunity to share the recent wedding we did at a lovely venue in Pimlico, London.

The fact that the wedding was a same sex couple wedding opened the opportunity for discussions as to what traditions to follow and what not to follow from weddings as we know them. 

One of the grooms was British and the other from Spain which allowed us the opportunity of bringing elements of both cultures to the day.

The guests where invited to a traditional english tea followed by a concert and ending with a Spanish extravaganza.