We are going to travel into wedding fashion land this afternoon, and the designer who is your place, space, face – gracing your screen is Larimeloom, handmade goodness by Lucia Squillari. You can gurantee that these are special day perfect as Larimeloom dresses and accessories are one of kind.
So, let’s shop vicariously and we’ve picked out a few of our favourite things!
Well, it is that time of day where we stare at our screens comfort eat, curse the universe and reuse or sometimes invent new swears, it is design envy time !
Today, the designer who is torturing us with a blue invitation suite (that is making our brown eyes blue) is Keshi Bouri. On one hand we can hate or we can player congratulate as anyone how gives us a comfort eating pass on the day where copious amounts of sandwiches are floating around the office kitchen, can’t be all bad.
So, we thank thee for giving an excuse to eat our feelings, and if you let us drink our feelings you’ll be on the Christmas list.
See more goodness of Keshi up on this link here.
The Place: St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Couples are invited to experience first-hand what a wedding at the hotel could look like during this unique journey through the hotel.
In the 1960s, Sir George Gilbert Scott’s neo gothic Midland Grand Hotel was described as being “too beautiful and too romantic to survive”. Thankfully, after a £150 million investment, the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel re-opened in 2011 to once again become “The most romantic building in London”. (Evening Standard, February 2010)
The romance and history of such a building provides the perfect backdrop for a wedding and on Sunday 9th March 2014, the hotel will open its doors to invite couples to experience firsthand what their wedding could look like.
Guests will be invited to ascend the Grand Staircase and enjoy the stunning backdrop which provides an incredible setting for wedding photography. They will then be led through to The Gallery, where a ceremony set up will mean they can experience walking under crystal chandeliers and down the aisle.
On entering the historical Ladies Smoking Room, guests will sip on champagne and sample canapés created by the hotel Chefs to get a better appreciation for what a pre-dinner reception could look like. Finally, walking into Hansom Hall, transformed to showcase a dinner and dance, will give guests a real sense of what their evening celebrations might feel like.
With the hotel’s dedicated wedding planners on hand, this is the perfect way to learn more about weddings at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel.
This a million times this!!! It is foamcore wedding décor porn and we loves it! This is LED signage perfection and yes we care about photography, but every so often you need something salacious and over the top to throw into the wedding mix. You can get these bad boys from Patent Pending Projects – a whole lot of wedding design love!
Let’s end Tuesday with a spurious song! Signs – you see what we are trying to do, go on give us dap, it’s damn good punning! If you can’t take a bad joke at the very least… chair dance!