Rum Warehouse Wedding//Titianic Hotel//Liverpool

The trend for weddings in blank spaces is definitely one we have seen increase over the past few years.  Moving from village halls to marquees and barns and onto empty warehouses, the spaces offer the engaged couple a chance to really express who they are to their guests.

With the rise of independent wedding suppliers anything is possible, from simple bunting and fairy lights, to a full on fantasy wedding complete with performers and huge lighting installations.  There really is a set up for everyone.

When the lovely Charlotte Elise Events asked us to supply some lighting for a wedding she had planned last summer at The Rum Warehouse, Liverpool, we were delighted to get the chance to really show how our Edison boards and festoons look in a vast space like a warehouse.  We supplied the Edison boards above the top table to create a massive statement piece, which was dressed by Verdure flowers.  The rest of the room had festoon lighting with Edison Droplets, reminding me of a night sky.

The wedding of Hiroki and Rachel was a glamorous affair, with Rachel wearing a stunning Riki Dalal dress – possibly the most daring dress we have seen on a bride.  It made sense that the set up for their big day was about statement lighting, dramatic spaces and pared back elegance, reflecting their life together.  Who says weddings must follow a set format, or that traditional is best?  Be true to yourselves as a couple and your day will definitely be everything you dreamed of.



Photos thanks to Chris Mee Studios

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