We provided full London Wedding Production. We were contacted by our client who was getting married at One Marylebone to provide full sound & lighting for a stunning Wedding. Our team first set up the venue for the ceremony, with white uplighting throughout the venue and motif gobo lighting on the walls through the centre of the venue (see pictures). The florist had some 10ft trees with fairly lights lining the aisle which really finished off the look.
Following the ceremony guests were welcomed upstairs where we had providing a Bose sound system for background music and uplighting to create a warm ambience. Our client had also arrange for some white seating which was placed throughout the space. The uplighting was a pink in colour.
Once the guests moved back downstairs they saw our full production with White Starlight DJ booth, plinths and pink uplighting throughout the venue with beam lighting for the DJ & dance Floor. Our team designed the scheme to work with our clients aspirations.
One Marylebone is a stunning blank canvass venue in the centre of London opposite Great Portland Street tube station. The venue is in Westminster, London, and is a former Anglican church, built in 1828 by Sir John Soane. …In 1818 parliament passed an act setting aside one million pounds to celebrate the defeat of Napoleon. This is one of the so-called “Waterloo churches” that were built with the money. It has an external pulpit facing onto Marylebone Road, and an entrance with four large Ionic columns. There is a lantern steeple, similar to St Pancras New Church, which is also on Euston Road to the east.
We are excited to have provided full production at One Marylebone and look forward to returning to the venue soon.