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This gorgeous and FUN couple live in the US but tied the knot in London where the bride grew up. The bride has been living in the US for over 10 years but decided a London wedding would be exceptionally fun for all their US friends, but be equally as special for her- and the groom loved the idea of a quintessential London wedding! It was perfect. The wedding at One Whitehall Place commenced at 3pm however, the bride and groom decided to break tradition of not seeing each other before the ceremony, and their phenomenal wedding photographer, Kerry Morgan, took them on a London shoot a couple hours before the ceremony. See photographs below, all taken by Kerry Morgan.
It’s a good idea to have a seating plan at your wedding- especially if your guest list is over 15. Many couples stress about the seating plan as they’re afraid they might upset family and friends. As long as everyone gets a seat, no real disasters are likely to occur. The seating plan should be finalised when you submit final numbers to your caterer however, the reality is that seating plans will not be completely finalised until the actual wedding day. Guests fall ill, unexpected guests show and Uncle Joe insists on sitting at table 8.
You may have heard or seen the words “Escort Cards” thrown around but what exactly are these and what’s the difference between Escort Cards and Table Plans? The escort card is a more modern approach to assigning a table to your guests, the trend starting in American weddings. These are generally handed out at the cocktail reception and assign guests to a specific table for the meal. Once they find their table they will have a place card and seat waiting for them. Escort cards are a great ice breaker as guests tend to walk around with a card in hand asking other guests what table they’re sitting at! They make beautiful decorations as well- see below.