Love Island star Olivia Attwood and footballer Bradley Dack have made history as the first couple ever to wed at the Bulgari Hotel in London.
The couple selected the prestigious venue to celebrate their special day, which started with heartfelt vows (etched onto their skin by a tattoo artist as part of the ceremony) and culminated in a fine dining experience prepared by the executive chef of the hotel, Adriano Cavignini. The celebrations continued with a lively party, as the newlyweds decorated the main room with an impressive display of 10,000 roses and over 25,000 individual flowers, expertly arranged by Red Floral Architecture.
Renowned for its contemporary and sophisticated spaces, Bulgari Hotel is well-versed at hosting lavish gatherings and events, catering to a wide range of occasions from social affairs to corporate celebrations.
The Ballroom, with a seating capacity of 150 guests (or up to 280 for standing receptions when combined with the adjacent Ballroom Foyer), features cutting-edge lighting and audio technology, including a Bose loudspeaker system for ambient music, as well as specialised audio-visual equipment. On this occasion, the room was filled with 80 guests, including Love Island companions Georgia Harrison and Amber Davies, who were requested to dress in elegant black attire.
The couple stayed in a luxurious suite at the hotel for three days and broke all conventions by waking up together on the wedding morning, and enjoying an English breakfast before their ceremony.
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