A Luxury Private Dinner at Holland Park

A word from the planner

“When designing a small private dinner, the details are crucial. Taking luxury fine dining to the next level, from restaurant to home is what we do best so being set this challenge of having some of the top restauranteurs in one room we, and the client, were delighted by the end result!”

Georgina Attwood, Director of Events, Moriarty Events

A modern, minimalistic private dinner

 To enhance the look and feel, wooden bistro chairs were used alongside pewter and smokey back flower pots. A textured floral arrangement was positioned down the centre of the table and this was all highlighted by a crisp white linen.

 Stunning, fuss-free lighting

The tablescape was elevated by cordless glass lamps with stunning wide ivory shades. The glass reflected in the Morrow at the back of the Orangery creating a stunning glistening effect.

Bold and beautiful catering

Contrasting the stunning white tablescape, the catering was bold, beautiful and creatively pieced together. Also, the bar, serving stylish cocktails, was decorated with fresh fruit, mint and elegant bunches of flowers in clear glass vases.


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