We are going to take a little trip across the pond today with Queens and High Tea and gaps to mind. That’s right, we have our sights set on London and you know what this most fantastic of cities has to offer? Beautiful, whimsical weddings centered around a good old fashioned English Tea Party. This lovely event photographed by Marianne Taylor is quintessential London and it is mighty handsome. You might just have a new gaggle of favorite details. From the double decker bus to the insane dessert spreads, we’re talking awesome detail overload here. Get ready folks. In the famous words of Paul Revere…”the British are coming, the British are coming”….but this time it’s really, really good.
Anna & Russ’ charming London tea party wedding took place on a beautiful spring Friday in April. Anna had put such care into every beautiful detail, that the whole day was literally bursting with prettiness! Everything from the gorgeous Montague Hotel, where Anna was getting ready, to her beautiful dress and accessories, and especially the flowers (oh the flowers!) were carefully thought out to carry the theme and colours throughout the day and the different venues.
Anna has a keen interest in the Tudors and so Fulham Palace was an ideal venue for the reception. Being a tea party, the food consisted of delicious sandwiches and mouthwatering cakes, which were all laid out in the most gorgeous manner, such a feast for the eyes as well!
There were also lots of thoughtful little touches, such as a bead bar for the young ones to make their own jewelry, and a pretty awesome candy buffet, which got both the children and adults pretty excited! This really was the most charming wedding!
Photography: Marianne Taylor Photography / Flowers: Euphoric flowers / Catering: Create / Getting Ready Venue: Montague Hotel / Ceremony Location: St George’s Holborn / Reception Location: Fulham Palace / Shoes: Monsoon / Dress: Stephanie Allin / Candy buffet: Party Belles Events / Hair: Severin Hubert / Make up: Lina Cameron / Bead bar: Beadoir / Car: Polly Pootles