Planning a wedding should be a magical time, a chance to live out all of your childhood dreams of what your big day should be.
The reality is that organising your wedding is likely to be one of the most stressful times of your life, right up there with moving to a new house and, forgive the example, divorce! But what if we told you that you could plan every aspect of your wedding in the comfort of the world’s first, and only upscale wedding department store?
This October (2017), the Wedding Gallery, based in central London, will be throwing open its doors for the first time and welcoming aspirational brides and grooms-to-be, providing a haven to explore trends, ideas and creativity for the wedding industry.
The venue really will be a one-stop shop for all wedding needs as a whole host of exclusive and household name brands have signed up to feature in the 20,000 sq ft space located beneath London’s iconic, one Marylebone. Trying to decide on your wedding dress? Take your pick from Elie Saab, Temperley London, Amanda Wakeley and many more. Lingerie? How about La Perla, Damaris/Mimi Holliday and Hanky Panky? You can choose from Annoushka, Ruth Tomlinson, Shaun Leane and Kiki McDonough for your jewellery and for shoes, take your pick from Gina, Spence London, Emmy London, Sophia Webster and Charlotte Olympia.
The groom won’t be left out too. Casely-Hayford will be providing a bespoke tailoring service with a combination of ready to wear and bespoke tailoring from Gieves & Hawkes, Turnbull & Asser, Emma Willis and Thom Sweeney.
Dean Gomilsek-Cole, Head of Design at Turnbull & Asser said: “We are extremely excited to be part of such an ambitious and forward-thinking concept. On the most important day of your life, you should look the part. It’s something we’ve prided ourselves on since the 1880s, and we look forward to bringing this to the modern-day groom.”
The most select venues will also be available, including Banqueting House, Tower of London, Kensington Palace, Hillsborough Palace, Hampton Court Palace, Kew Palace, The Savoy, The Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, to name a few.
The honeymoon won’t be left out either as The Wedding Gallery has partnered with Turquoise Holidays, Hayes & Jarvis, Belmond, Audley Travel and Bellini Travel to bring couples endless options for their dream honeymoon.
I don’t know about you guys, but if money was no object, I’d be tempted to get married all over again!
For more information, visit The Wedding Gallery website.