Stationers' Hall opened its doors this week to show wedding couples the City's best kept secret. The event was a success, floods of people came through the doors to view our historical wedding venue and to meet the onsite team. Couples, families and friends were invited to an exclusive opportunity. 

Here are some pictures of the event live in action.

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The Livery Hall was set up beautifully to showcase an evening reception or lunch. Linen, cutlery and glassware were all supplied by Chester Boyd. The striking flower arrangements can be seen above which were created by Peppermint Poppy and the beautiful sounds of The Good Music Agency and the grand piano could be heard under the Caxton window. 

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Rosalind Miller cakes provided us with a three-tier cake decorated exquisitely. The Stock Room was used to serve refreshments from our confectionery menu and evening guests were offered a glass of bubbly. Suppliers such as Eclipse who provided AV and lighting around the hall also had exhibition stands. 

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Below is a picture of the toast master John Oakley performing a sabrage, opening a bottle of champagne with just a knife! Historically speaking this is meant to be a sword but a knife worked just as well! The viewers enjoyed the spectacular sight. 

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Other suppliers included: Mighty Fine Entertainment, David Shoesmith (Magician), Club Quarters (Hotel), David Jones (Wedding Photographer), Host with Style (chair covers and runners), and Barnard and Westwood (wedding stationery) most of which can be viewed here.

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Visitors left smiling and were very happy with their goody bags which included Chester Boyd macaroon boxes, cake samples and wedding brochures!

For more information please contact Suzy Khan on 020 7236 1507 / or Kerry Pedrick on 020 7246 0999 /

The Worshipful Company
of Stationers
and Newspaper Makers

Stationers' Hall
Ave Maria Lane
London EC4M 7DD

Telephone: 020 7248 2934
Fax: 020 7489 1975