Pearl, Rock & Raven


Wedding Spectacular

We can help with finding the perfect wedding venue whether you’re leaning towards a romantic castle ruin in Scotland, a top London hotel or a beach setting in Ibiza. If you already have your heart set on a specific location, we will manage all the logistics and present you with a proposal to enhance your chosen setting to its very best potential.

Realise your dreams

We begin with a complimentary face to face meeting to find out your taste and ideas, so that we can help realise your dreams. We then produce a presentation, mood board and budget estimate (including special rates we have with suppliers) that we will then work on together until you are 100% happy. Our fee includes all elements of organising your wedding, so that you can relax and enjoy your special day without worrying about a thing.



Lunces Hall, West Sussex

Set in the heavenly gardens of the family’s private estate, this wedding was English country garden chic at its very best. We used a clear glass marquee to create the feeling of dining outside within these exceptional gardens designed by Steve Mc Donnell – a triple time gold medallist at the Chelsea Flower Show.

After 3 postponements due to Covid-19 it was a truly overwhelming feeling of joy for the couple when Georgie finally walked down the aisle. Top London caterers By Word of Mouth wowed the guests with their exceptional food and The Soul Brothers performed and kept the guests dancing until the early hours.

Images by Colin Ross –


Babington House, Somerset 

New Yorkers Samuel and Alexandra chose Soho House’s flagship country estate in Somerset for their June wedding. To honour the couple’s love of Jamaica we incorporated tropical colours in the florals and design of the day. A steel band, fire breathers and a bespoke neon “Till Death Do Us Party” added special touches to the classic Soho House aesthetic.

Images by Colin Ross –


House of St Barnabas, Soho

For the first ever wedding at The House of St Barnabus, Nicole and Nick opted for an official, registrar led ceremony in the Soho Room, followed by a blessing in the on-site chapel. Guests enjoyed an intimate dinner at the house following the ceremony, followed by a garden party in the venue’s private garden.

The hustle and bustle of Soho was the perfect backdrop to this modern London city wedding.

Images by Salsabil Morrison – Salsabil Morrison Photography


Wilton’s Music Hall, East London

For Zoe and Simon’s winter wedding, they chose the iconic Wilton’s Music Hall. Zoe has has grown up surrounded by music, and is a talented solo artist, so we wanted to reflect that in the style of their day.  The bride wore black and gold, the groom in a bespoke velvet by designer Sir Tom Baker. Red roses, hundreds of candles and performances from Alabama 3, Mark Lamarr and the bride herself further added to this incredibly vibrant Rock & Roll wedding day.

Images by Amy Faith –


Petersham Nurseries, Richmond

The beautiful bride (owner and creative director of Richmond’s inimitable restaurant and garden centre) wanted to create a magical floral feel to their wedding day, and to honour her Italian & Australian heritage. To showcase the beautiful grounds and ethos of Petersham Nurseries, we brought the outside inside of the stunning LPM Bohemia tent using a plethora of plants, trees and flowers – all provided by the Petersham team. Head Chef Damian Clisby created the most incredible sustainable wedding breakfast for their 400 guests.

Images by Joth Shakerly


Hamswell House, Somerset

One one of the hottest May days in UK history, guests lounged in deck chairs on the lawns of the majestic Hamswell House overlooking a beautiful valley in Bath. Hundreds of metres of colourful silk ribbon and brightly coloured candles in the marquee added to the technicolour feel of this gorgeous wedding. The bride made the ultimate entrance in a corseted dress dip dyed in pink, and the bridesmaids wowed in red.

Images by India Hobson –


The Saville Club, Mayfair

Sarah grew up in the Himalayas and Jonathan in the lowlands of Scotland. Bridesmaids wore bespoke Indian silk outfits, and groomsmen in kilts – it was the perfect fusion of two cultures. The finest smoked Scottish salmon was served at The Savile Club in London’s Mayfair after the couple wed at The Mount Street Church with a truly beautiful Catholic ceremony and a performance by one of the most famous choirs in London.

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Stanway House, The Cotswolds

Jewellery designer Lucinda married her long time beau Tom at their friend’s beautiful Stanway estate in The Cotswolds. The rain didn’t stop play as Europe’s tallest fountain wowed guests after the ceremony. The thirteenth-century Tithe Barn on the estate was the venue for their banquet-style wedding breakfast with dancing until 6 am in a beautiful Indian tent on the grounds of the house.

Images by @jake_photo and Bhavna Barratt


Domaine de la Roseraie, Morocco

It was a thrill to plan this gorgeous wedding for some VIP clients at one of my favourite places off the beaten track, an hour outside of Marrakech. Hundreds of local roses and Moroccan lanterns & candles scattered amongst the substantial gardens, with a dance floor set up under the stars. This three day wedding incorporated a camel led stroll through the Berber hills behind the hotel culminating in a traditional Moroccan BBQ for guests the day after the wedding.


The Saville Club, Mayfair

New Yorker’s Henry and Marissa wanted to have the ultimate December Mayfair wedding. By adding fun little touches referencing Henry’s London heritage such as serving traditional fish & chips with vinegar and ketchup on the tables, and a wedding cake made to look like a huge stack of vinyl records as a nod to the couple’s love of music, we created something very special together with this one. The bespoke commissioned ‘Manhattan Bar’ lit up in neon to welcome guests into the wooden panelled bar for post-dinner drinks, before carrying on the party at the iconic Annabel’s night club in Mayfair.

Images by Honeybunn Photography


The Grange, Hampshire

The first wedding to ever take place at The Grange Opera, and the first one we’d organised! This wedding will always hold a special place in the heart of Pearl, Rock & Raven. Kate & Ricky were keen to showcase the beauty of the surrounding areas. We started with a classic reception in the summer evening light, with guests in black tie and a string quartet. Then at dusk, the incredible light artist Rupert Newman created bespoke projection mapping inside the ruins of the house as the backdrop for the dancing. Incredible fireworks and dancing until late made this a wedding to remember.

Images by James Keates –


Chelsea Physic Garden, London

After postponing for a year due to the pandemic, Juliet & Craig chose to host their intimate 30 person wedding in the glorious sunny surroundings of the Chelsea Psychic Garden. Rocket Catering were chosen to create an Italian inspired summer menu. The inimitable Martin Sanderson (in house magician at Tramp nightclub) wowed guests with his special brand of magic.

Images by Circe Hamilton –


Glastonbury, Somerset

Overlooking the fields of Glastonbury, Lady Beck’s daughter Eliza married her beau wearing the family tiara, and he was dressed in his full military regalia. Chris Jagger blew everyone away with his rock and roll hillbilly music and guests dined in tent on top of the hill with festival flags blowing in the wind. The bride and groom arrived on a gator truck, and made quite the entrance!


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