Brace yourselves, because today’s real Jewish wedding can only be described as a work of art, and we are really not exaggerating.
Georgia and Sam tied the knot at iconic London landmark, The Dorchester. Sam is a banker, while Georgia, a photographer and fitness instructor, is the daughter of Julian Posner, CEO of internationally renowned wedding and events company, Banana Split, which is famed for transforming events into sensational worlds, with no detail spared.
Georgia and Sam’s winter wonderland vision, complete with a sea of hundreds, possibly thousands of candles, was realised by Banana Split, with an abundance of flowers by Wild at Heart adorning the room, and an awe-inspiring light bulb installation, with a couple of incredible twists (we won’t ruin them for you, read on).
The entire spectacular production, which included a phenomenal nightclub setup, was not only perfectly captured by masterful photographer Robert Shack, but with his sensitive eye and artistic vision, the resulting images are absolutely timeless and extremely striking. We feel very honored and excited to have them grace our pages.
We invite you, as always, to enjoy the images below, Georgia’s account of her big day plans, and the tearjerker of a wedding teaser by the wonderful team at AtMotion.
We hope you love it all as much as we do!
Divine dà©cor at The Dorchester
Georgia, the bride: We got married at The Dorchester in central London. It has always been a favourite venue of mine and the dà©cor and interior design worked really well with our designs and those which Banana Split created for us, as well as our caterer