We are delighted to announce that we are a recommended vendor on Smashing the Glass, the worlds biggest Jewish wedding blog, which was founded by Jewish wedding expert Karen Cinnamon.
It is a fabulous resource, a veritable cornucopia of inspiration and advice for brides-to-be, and we are delighted to feature there.
We understand that every wedding is unique, and our creative events team work with you to create you and your partner’s perfect day, recommending stylists, florists, entertainers and musicians.
Our in-house chefs can offer, delicious non-offensive canapes, bowl food or three-course menus to your guests, or you can dine with one of our trusted Kosher suppliers Food story and Celia Clyne, whilst a dedicated wedding planner and experienced operations team ensure a smooth and stress-free day.
Our Underglobe is situated directly beneath the iconic Globe Theatre on London’s Bankside and features a private mezzanine, sweeping staircase and life-sized model oak tree. It is a versatile venue and we love it when our Swan brides let their imaginations run wild to create a truly unique and memorable celebration.
You can take a look at two wonderful Jewish weddings in the Underglobe from the Smashing the Glass blog below:
Taking the term ‘white wedding’ to a whole new level, festive-loving bride and groom Phoebe and Ben saw their vision for a winter wonderland wedding come true with a magical colour palette of whites, silvers and greys. For their midwinter wedding with a touch of vintage glamour, wintery foliage, white roses and festoon lighting adorned the space and the couple made their vows in front of a wall of greenery and white flowers, under an archway of white willow hung with floating tea lights. A stunning mirrored dance floor, twisting willow centerpieces and shimmering blue and purple lights completed the picture for the evening reception.
Photographer: Richard Payne
Couple Jenni and Rich decided that The Underglobe was their dream venue for their wedding reception after seeing the life-sized model oak tree! Classic, with a touch of magic, their reception featured stunning golden candelabra centerpieces draped with twirling ivy and soft, pink roses which unfurled dreamily onto the table, romantic low lighting, a confetti cannon and a flying bride! Parting tradition, instead of a wedding cake, Jenni and Rich enjoyed one of our decedant and delicious desserts stations, which overflowed with a tasty selection of sweet treats.
Photographer: Mick Shah of Miki Studios
If you are interested in finding out more about weddings in the Underglobe at Swan, get in touch with Kayleigh and Elodie inour friendly events team who will be happy to help!