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Warehouse Weddings

London , London (Greater)

A Warehouse Wedding takes an unusual and surprising location in East London, Disappearing Dining Club’s great food, drink and dinner party know-how, and gives you the chance to curate your own wedding day. No fixed packages, no menus A, B or C, no hidden pricing, just a straightforward and collaborative approach to a day we want you to remember and enjoy.


Warehouse Weddings
Work
224 Brick Lane
London
London (Greater), E1 6SA
United Kingdom
Stuart Langley
Work 020 3793 0202
Work 07507 754 318
Please mention Chic & Boutique Venues when you enquire.

Event types

Breakfast, Bridal Shower, Brunch, Engagement Party, Dinner, Lunch, Rehearsal Dinner, Wedding Reception, Wedding Dinner, Wedding Ceremony, All Event Types Hosted

Covers

2 - 200

Additional notes

Sustainable Caterer

About Warehouse Weddings

What is a DDC Wedding?
A collaboration between you and Disappearing Dining Club; your vision, our know how, and fantastic food, drink and service.

How can DDC help?
We can venue find, cater, staff, service, coordinate, produce and deliver your whole day. We can also help with everything from flowers, stationary and music to entertainment, transport and photography.

What is a DDC Wedding Venue?
A great setting for your wedding day, regardless of what that location might be used for on a day-to-day basis. We take a photographic studio, film location, warehouse, or architectural salvage yard, then build kitchens, bars, add lighting and sound systems, teams of trained DDC staff to look after your guests, host your wedding day, then pack it all away again after you’ve left.

Are your venues licenced for wedding ceremonies?
Some are, most aren’t, but we often help our couples organise ceremonies and blessings.

What if I already have a venue?
That’s fine. We can offer all of our services in any location.

What do we eat?
We take your food likes and dislikes, the best seasonal produce, suggestions from DDC Head Chef Fred Bolin, and write a menu just for you. Once a menu is agreed we hold a tasting, and make final tweaks or changes. DDC can look after almost all food allergies and preferences.

What do we drink?
Like with our food menus, we take your likes and dislikes, suggestions from our qualified sommeliers, and agree a drinks list just for you; wines, champagnes, cocktails, specialist beers and spirits.

Can we bring our own booze?
No. DDC make money from selling you food, drink and the time it takes to coordinate your wedding. We occasionally work with corkages but it generally works out cheaper if we look after everything for you.

If this sounds like the kind of thing for you, then you should get in touch and have a chat.

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