October saw the Natural History Museum celebrate its first legal wedding ceremony. The iconic London venue, which is a popular destination for wedding receptions, is also licensed for ceremonies in 12 different spaces around the Museum. The celebration, which took place in the magnificent Hintze Hall with its Victorian architecture and soaring arches, complied with the latest Government COVID-19 guidance. Catering was by The Recipe with Production by Event Concept and Floristry by Veevers Carter.
Robert Wetherell, Head of Events and Catering at the Natural History Museum, said: “We were thrilled to be able to welcome the lovely couple to get married in such an intimate setting in one of London’s most beautiful venues, following all the guidelines to safeguard their guests during the new era of socially distanced ceremonies.”
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