Seriously, do not look away now, because you simply do not want to miss this! From the fabric table plan to the 60s vibes, to the bright & bold colour scheme, Johanna & Ben’s wedding has got it ALL. Not to mention a little disco ball decor (we know you love it…) with some Wes Anderson inspiration thrown in there, you simply can’t go wrong. Also, a moment for the dress and green jacket combo? To. Die. For. Oh, and we’ll be dreaming of that pastel-perfect bridal bouquet for days. Recommended Suppliers, I Do Bridal Services, were on hand for all things hair and makeup, alongside LoveCelebrants, who provided a perfectly curated ceremony. Anywho, don’t let us keep you. We suggest you start scrolling now, you may be here for a while. 

Fabric table plan at 60s inspired Trinity Buoy Wharf wedding

We chose a London venue to do something a bit different as neither of us had ever been to a city wedding before. We really like the industrial vibe, the unbelievable views and also the blank canvas approach.

Johanna & Ben


Our AMAZING table plan is by Tanya at Daydreamer Creative Studio. As were the tinsel-y piñata lightning bolts hung behind the sweetheart table. The tables were named after pubs in Dublin. This was where we used to live and where we first met. All the vintage tins, amber glass vases, decanters, table cloths, suitcase (guestbook) apothecary bottles etc. were collected by me from charity shops, eBay, Etsy etc. I gave them to Jess in advance to do her thing with the flowers! The disco balls and little mini disco ball tree decorations (favours) were from Amazon.


I think our wedding was unique because we booked everything ourselves, down to the furniture, the food, and the decor. With a dry-hire venue like this, there are unlimited combinations, so you will never have the same as another couple. We also tried to create a fun and relaxed atmosphere with the feasting style of food, music and plenty of booze and sparkle! We also decided to serve a warm cocktail (it was December after all) at our drinks reception. It was inspired by a lovely drink we had from Dishoom's Christmas menu the previous year. 

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Alex from Behind This Wall in Hackney invented a cocktail for us based on our description. It was so amazing and personal! It was based on cloudy apple, whiskey, sweet vermouth and pumpkin spice syrup. We called it 'The Drunken Dallas' named after our little miniature schnauzer Dallas.

Johanna & Ben

Are you as obsessed with this fabric table plan as we are? We love a dry hire venue, it really gives a couple the opportunity to let their personalities shine! And if you’re loving Johanna’s short wedding dress and bridal coat, don’t miss our roundups.

Ella Turner

Written by Ella Turner

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Entertainment: Superstrut | Bridal & Bridesmaid Bouquets: Myrtle & Thorn | Florist: Fluoresse | Catering: London Basque Kitchen | Cocktails: Behind This Wall | Beer: Meantime Brewing | Wedding Cake: Cakes By Jeanie | Hair Stylist & Makeup Artist: I Do Bridal Services | Wedding Gown: Blake Ida Bridal | Green Bridal Coat: Shrimps | Headband: Aura Bridal | Earrings: Tada And Toy | Furniture Hire: Anthology Vintage | Decor: Daydreamer Creative Studio

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