Home Entertaining with Hall & Co. Event Design

You may have seen on our last blog we hosted a blogger event. Four lovely local bloggers came to the House of Hall & Co. for a day of cocktails, flowers and home entertaining guidance. We shared our top tips in creating a warm, thoughtful and an enticing event all in equal balance. Click here to download the guide. Youtube Instagram With love, Hall & Co x

Home Entertaining with Local Cambridgeshire Bloggers hosted by Hall & Co. Event Design

Spring is near and we cannot wait for the winter blues to be gone and the flowers to bloom. In light of spring fast approaching, we hosted an intimate blogger event with four local bloggers Chloe Jo Bletsoe, Sophie Hearts, Sophie Kate & Pina to promote our new Easter Dinner Service launching next month. Let's recap yesterday... The day began with a cocktail class by Kerry, our lovely event manager slash mixologist. The ladies made two cucumber & elderflower drinks, one a non-alcoholic spritz and another a crisp gimlet, before a break with our antipasti grazing box. The antipasti grazing box given to the bloggers to munch on during an interval before flower arranging with our in house florist

'Can I Bring My Pet To My Wedding' with Hall & Co. Event Design.

We understand the love for pets. As an office with now two office dogs and a host of animal lovers, we get how special pets are. So here floats the question, can you bring your pet to your wedding? Our sister business, Little Acre Kitchen, prides its self on being Dog Friendly and at Hall & Co, we also allow dogs to come along to tastings. After all it's never just you two if you have a pet, it's you and your fur baby. We've discussed rabbits with bow ties, dogs & ponies as the confetti bearer and seen cats roaming around venues (not necessarily the couples, but the local cat who's come for a nosey). So, some ideas and advice for you. 1. Ask your venue. Would they be okay with a dog roaming

'How Much Alcohol Do I Need For My Wedding' with Hall & Co. Event Design

A popular topic when it comes to tastings and meetings, and a very important one at that. Nobody wants to be wasting money on drinks no will drink and rather save money where they can, so here's some questions along with some ideas to help you with the booze decisions. So, how much alcohol do you need for your wedding? Know your guests If you've sank a fair few with your friends & family, you know what they will and won't drink. Perhaps cut back on the red, and opt in for more white, jaeger and gin. If you would like a fizz toast or welcome drink, but know not all your guests will enjoy this, they will take a glass if there is something else to mix it with. We recommend orange juice or Chamb

Wedding Traditions; Where Are They Now?

Let's discuss wedding tradition. Hall and Co. stands comfortably between Traditional and Non-traditional weddings. We're fortunate enough to work on so many beautiful and unique weddings. Each to their own, we have some thoughts that might help you if you're humming and haying about your wedding traditions. Wedding Dress There's been a surge over the past few years in wedding dress styles. Flower crowns, colourful dresses and bride leather jackets. The traditional wedding dress is fading away, cue Woburn Bridal. Let's have a look at Woburn Bridal x BoDryden and their incredible collection of different dresses, jumpsuits and co-ords. The range of colours and styles you can dress yourself and

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