Musical Orphans provide a thoroughly modern medley that went perfectly with the glass-fronted views over the Thames from The Oyster Shed
Cool, contemporary design with iconic views – what could be more perfect as a setting for an up-and-coming power couple's big day?
Musical Orphans had the absolute pleasure of setting the start of Oliver and Becky's life to the perfect medley of music, weaving a musical tapestry that ran from 1990, when Becky and Oliver were born, in May and September respectively, right up to the present day, picking songs that echoed the highlights of the lives and times of this dynamic duo, whose engagement involved five years of founding three businesses together!
During the week, The Oyster Shed is a trendy City bar, with views of a London that is instantly recognisable forming a sleek, stylish backdrop to lunch time brainstorming sessions and after work wind downs. At the weekend, the whole venue can be hired to host a stunning contemporary wedding that will set any couple up as the last word in contemporary edge and smooth style.
When Becky first got in touch with us, she loved the idea of creating a musical expression of the events and trends she and Oliver had lived through, and decided almost immediately that Musical Orphans were the band for her big day.
We loved the style of the venue, and it was great to serenade a young couple who looked every inch the world-beaters they intend to become as they make business personal, and bring every aspect of their lives into one seamless whole.
Becky:"I wasn't sure what I wanted when I first got in touch with Adam. Oliver and I have created several brands which are all about PR, style, and personal branding, so we wanted to have a wedding that echoed the kind of image we presented to clients every day, so that work and life would be a cohesive whole that both made it clear exactly what we stood for. Adam's suggestion that Musical Orphans create a bespoke tapestry of the songs and moments of our lives was something I wouldn't have thought of on my own, and it really made the day something to remember."