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October Venue of the Month: The Connaught

From its romantic position at the heart of Mayfair Village, The Connaught is the perfect venue from which to host your reception.

Beautiful, individual rooms and exquisite food and drink are just the start. From spectacular dinners for 12 to a grand wedding reception for 200, we know that a truly memorable wedding is about the small, personal touches. We draw on our years of experience in providing intuitive servicee and paying close attention to the little details, to take what you imagine and make it a reality.

Meet the Registrars: Karol & Jess

In this blog, you will meet Karol & Jess, two of our registrars who were married at The Old Marylebone Town Hall and now work with us to deliver the very same experience for other couples. Pretty amazing! They have kindly shared their fondest memories and journies into registration.  

 

1.      You were both married at OMTH before the refurbishment; do you remember which room you were married in? What room in the Town Hall is it now?

September Venue of the Month: Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London

Steeped in history and perfectly positioned between London’s finest royal park and the fashionable boutiques of Knightsbridge, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London is home to a range of impressive event spaces and idyllic settings, cementing its position as London’s premiere wedding location.

RSA House

August Venue of the Month: RSA House

RSA House has become a home to many show-stopping celebrations for over 260 years. Steeped in history, with its graceful Georgian architecture, stunning interiors and central West End location, the RSA is the perfect venue for a quintessential London wedding. The House offers the perfect mix of period elegance combined with modern features, designed by the esteemed Adam Brothers.

The building’s traditional townhouse facade scarcely hints at what awaits inside. Our marble floors, sweeping staircases and range of atmospheric spaces never cease to amaze.  

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