Salad Stations, the new trend
Wedding Design for a London Hotel
Salad stations are fast becoming more and more popular as guests seek for lighter canapés and the diet conscious multiply.
Salad stations are also a great alternative to tray service. By placing a food station in a key are of the venue, you create a focal point and a place for people to gather around and meet.
The Dorchester Ballroom
This wedding design for a London Hotel comprised of one long custom made table. The couple wanted all the guests to be close together and be part of the same close experience. We considered numbers of guests and the particulars of the venue and came up with a table that curved and embraced the couple. The top of the table feature a patters made out of flowers in white and lilac. A perspex top was placed on top of the flowers so that all the custom order china and glasses could be arranged.
The theatrical touch was an eye catching flower display that cascaded over the guests.
Wedding planner and friends on the day
The Dorchester Ballroom has recently been restored by International interior design studio Alex Kravetz Designs, one of our favourite London wedding and party destinations. The Ballroom, Crush Hall, Silver Room and The Gold Room have been restored to their former glory recapturing the opulence of Oliver Ford's original 1930s design.
Your wedding day will be a day of excitement and joy but can also be testing. Make sure you have a trusted friend close to you at all times on your wedding day.
Your wedding planner will be an ideal person to deal with the logistics and last minute incidents that can come up on the day, leaving the champagne, nibbles, laughter and gossip to your and your loved ones.