This zesty inspiration at, urban wedding venue, Singer Tavern is literally a feast for the eyes. Decor, details and floral arrangements in limes greens paired with vibrant yellows and pops of pink are a colour combo we didn't know we'd love until now! We're also here for the bride's short wedding dress by, Recommended supplier, Story Of My Dress Bridal. And we think the retro cake layered with buttercream speaks for itself. Mmm yum.
Singer Tavern urban wedding with citrus and pink colour scheme, acrylic signs and tropical flowers
The vision for our inspiration shoot was fresh modern vibes with stylish, zesty, citrus tones. Colour blocking and pops of pink.
We started thinking about an overall vibe and what we could create within the Singer Tavern space. The venue really lends itself to a fun aesthetic, so reaching out to suppliers with equally playful styles was super important from the get-go. The shoot ended up having a lot of Spring inspiration. Fun and fresh vibes, but still considered, stylish, and modern. I think we really nailed that with the zesty, citrus tones. We just knew they’d look amazing with the green tiles. Lots of colour blocking ensured the contemporary style stayed at the forefront, with pops of pink.
Located in London City, Singer Tavern is an urban wedding venue for couples celebrating their momentous occasion in East Central London. This versatile bar space used to be a Singer sewing machine factory and now provides a chic space where newlyweds can leap into their new adventure within a modern setting. Flooded with natural light during the day, guests can enjoy an exuberant evening of dining upstairs before heading downstairs for evening dancing and live entertainment.
The colourful retro cake is crying out to have the buttercream licked.
Millie wore the Story Of My Dress Bridal Old Marylebone mini dress with statement sleeves and an organza bow. It was the perfect choice for the casual, effortless bridal look we had hoped to create. Complemented with glowy barely-there make-up, from Flaming Bride, an Apple green Isla Risa bag, modern gold jewellery from Sken Studios, and glorious lime green heeled sandals. It just WORKED!
Since starting Studio Dine Store, I’ve really loved being able to make my own candles. The ombré design gave me the flexibility to really bring the whole look together. Nestled amongst gorgeous arrangements from the wonderful Sage Flowers they stood out just enough whilst still complimenting their surroundings.
The Singer Tavern in Shoreditch is steeped in history with the added bonus of being modern and fun. The wooden panel interior and green tiles really set off the citrus decor and flowers - especially the pink acrylic sign. See lots more acrylic wedding inspiration in our roundup.