Trinity House is a majestic building steeped in British Naval history. Perched on Tower Hill Trinity House has unique views across the Thames and the Tower of London. Trinity House is extraordinarily stylish. Such a perfect setting for a sumptuous London wedding. For extra sumptuousness just add a sprinkling of festive finishing touches from Alison Price. Now the stage is set for a perfect Trinity House wedding to remember!
Their guests were welcomed into Trinity House to the serenading sounds of an all female String Quartet. The Bride and Groom had opted for pure and simple elegance. The focus and attention was making sure their guests were very well catered for. The finest wines, Champagne and a gastronomic feast to die for, lovingly created by Alison Prices team of chefs.
The Bride looked absolutely stunning in her exquisitely tailored Satin wedding dress. The handsome Groom effortlessly complimented her in distinguished Black Tie, as were most of their discerning guests. There were several heartwarming tributes and toasts to the couple after dinner. Then drinks in the Court Room and finally an energetic Disco in the adjoining Pepys Room before carriages.
With the wedding just days away from Christmas, the Bride dreamt up the fabulous idea of creating an authentic Santa’s Grotto in the Trinity House Library. Not just any old Santa’s Grotto you know. This one came fully kitted out with Reindeers, Gnomes, Snowmen, Snow and of course Santa himself on a short detour from Lapland! Since all the boys and girls were well behaved, Santa presented them with a lovely gift from the Bride and Groom. A marvellous momento of such a special celebration of love.
The staff at Trinity House were incredibly professional and efficient. Everything came together seamlessly. I’m not sure that Henry the VIII had this in mind when he granted a Royal Charter, but I’m sure he would’ve approved at all the merriment to celebrate the wedding of Claire and Ed.