The Victoria and Albert Museum
The Grade II listed building that is the Victoria and Albert Museum is one of London’s most magnificent wedding venues.
By day, the museum is visited by thousands of people, which means there is a very small window for this venue to be transformed. Focus is not phased by this short installation time. Between the closing of the museum to the public and the guests’ arrival, Focus has just an hour to elevate the spaces, creating a stunning wedding setting.
As a licensed wedding space, the ceremony took place in the prestigious Raphael Court. Guests watched the bride enter down the centre of the incredible space and tie the knot, surrounded by the V&A’s world famous Cartoons.
The newly weds and guests enjoyed the large courtyard garden for their drinks reception, before making their way through to dinner and dancing.
Out of the V&A’s many remarkable event spaces, the Dome offers a striking backdrop for dinner and speeches, all lit and amplified with Focus production.
The disco balls enticed all the guests to the dance floor, where the party continued into the night.