Natacha & Rhys’s Chic Multiple-Venue London Wedding

Written by Emma Hla
“Meticulously plan, embrace happiness, take moments to savour and prioritise comfort…”

In the heart of London, amidst the city’s architectural splendour, Natacha and Rhys orchestrated a wedding day that seamlessly blended sophistication, comfort, and a touch of oceanic allure. The grand finale unfolded at The Hoxton Hotel Southwark, an idyllic canvas that encapsulated the essence of their love story.

The day commenced with an intimate ceremony at the Marylebone Town Hall, followed by a delightful Italian lunch at Compton restaurant. As dusk descended, the celebration shifted to The Hoxton, where guests revelled in a perfect blend of comfort and luxury.

Natacha’s vision for timeless elegance was embodied in her Whistles dress, providing comfort and beauty without an exorbitant price tag. Accessories bore an “ocean” twist, with Keshi pearl earrings and hair slides sourced from small Etsy businesses. Her engagement ring and wedding band, crafted by the ethical brand Alexis Russell, featured a captivating salt & pepper diamond—a unique touch symbolising beauty in imperfections. Classic peep toe stilettos for the day and dazzling dancing shoes from Esska Shoes ensured both style and comfort.

Natacha’s hairstyle, a nod to her mother’s wedding day, was effortlessly styled by her sister’s friend. Opting for a self-applied makeup look of a smoky eye and red lipstick, she aimed to feel like herself, not overly done.

Leather jackets complemented mismatched bridesmaid dresses in varying blues for a touch of modernity. Rhys donned a simple yet elegant black suit, whilst the groomsmen wore classic grey suits with cornflower blue ties.

The overarching theme was city chic sophistication with a slight vintage/art deco vibe across all venues. A cornflower blue colour palette was complemented by a warm blue and orange contrast. Stationery, personally designed, drew inspiration from the ocean in New Zealand and reflected the hexagon styling of Natacha’s ring. A floral addition represented their diverse heritage: England, Scotland, France, Armenia, and New Zealand. Wild and luxurious yet natural florals from a Brixton-based florist added an artisanal touch, supporting local business.

The traditional French croquembouche by Punk Cake was a timeless, chic, and fun addition to the dessert table. Compton delivered fabulous and beautifully crafted food, while the Hoxton’s stylish, timeless classics and curated cocktails elevated the culinary experience.

Stephanie Green Weddings, a contemporary and sentimental photographer, perfectly captured intimate and emotional moments against the panoramic city views of London from The Hoxton Hotel.

Lunch at Compton provided a relaxed and luxurious ambience, while the first dance at The Hoxton, overlooking London, became a highlight surrounded by friends and family.

Natacha and Rhys offer sage advice—meticulously plan, embrace happiness, take moments to savour and prioritise comfort. Multiple venues are encouraged, but excellent organisation and transportation are key. Lastly, entrust your memories to photographers and videographers who align with your vision and are knowledgeable, helpful, and confident in capturing the best moments. After all, the day unfolds in a blink, and every detail contributes to an experience that lingers as a lifelong memory.


Reception Venue The Hoxton Southwark

Photographer Stephanie Green Weddings

Videographer Duo Films

Hotel The Landmark Hotel

Ceremony Marylebone Town Hall

Lunch Compton Restaurant

Flowers Stems Wilder

Cake Punk Cake

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