Why we Love Planning City Weddings at Foil
Some of the wedding industry's most sought-after venues are hidden away in the heart of our cities; from underground bars to sweeping galleries, riverside warehouses to city-centre landmarks, we love discovering the latest in fresh new venues for our wedding planning clients. Whilst they can throw open a few extra logistical hurdles, there's nothing quite like the buzz of planning a wedding in an urban space, often filled with totally unique features and plenty of scope for a serious party.
Planning your own city wedding and need a helping hand? Get in touch below.
Stef + Alex's City WeddiNg StYle:
Colourful + Modern
S + A tied the knot at the gorgeous Old Marylebone Town Hall before catching a bus to victorian pub The Depot, filled with colourful nods to their engagement in Mexico. Their guests sipped on cocktails and danced late into the night, fuelled by a plentiful cheeseboard and impressive cake from April's Bakery.
All Images: Taylor Hughes Photography
Amy + SorEn'S City WeddiNg StYle:
Easy-Going + PerSoNal
S + A enjoyed a family-filled day at AMP Studios on the Old Kent Road in London. They dined out on BBQ food, a late night pizza delivery and plenty of champagne, before kicking off the party with a traditional Ceilidh dance and live music.
All Images: Gather Round Photos
Harriet + James' City Wedding Style:
Elegant + StylISh
H + J wed at the breathtaking St. Bride's Church on Fleet Street in the heart of the city, before enjoying canapés and champagne in the courtyard. They and their wedding guests moved on to Spring Restaurant at Somerset House, London, for a fine dining experience complete with margarita favours and live music late into the night.
All Images: The Unbridled
Sophie + ScoTT's City WeddiNg StYle:
Urban + uNderStAted
S+S had married earlier on in the year in an intimate ceremony and, after three postponements, they welcomed the chance to have a relaxed reception with their friends and family at 100 Barrington, Brixton. They dined on pie and chips, danced to a huge brass band and enjoyed a late-night ice cream cart to keep everyone going!
All Images: Kirsty Mackenzie Photography