Brides teamed up with champagne experts Moët to host an evening of champagne tasting with some of the hottest bridal bloggers around. The venue? Where else but The Savoy, London; a perfect setting for such an opulent occasion.

Roberta Facchini

Guests were welcomed with a Moët & Chandon Imperial mini on entry, complete with a Moët funnel - perfect for a wedding drinks reception - before swiftly making their way towards the captivating flower wall, created by Maison de Fleurs. This beautifully and meticulously crafted display was created by none other than floral specialists Maison de Fleurs. 

Dinner was soon served. The table looked exquisite thanks to the innovative layout and place settings, designed by wedding planner Bruce Russell. All guests had a Moët mini waiting for them on the table, each with their own personalised label (tip: these make the cutest wedding favours!). The starter was a mouthwatering combination of 28-day-aged beef tartare with soft quail's eggs, pickled pearl onions and sour cream, seamlessly paired with Moët & Chandon Impérial NV Rosé. Main course was just as delicious, a pave of Atlantic cod with minty green peas, potato croutons and pickled carrots in a champagne sauce. Served with Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2008. To finish, artisian cheeses with truffle honey biscuits and grapes, paired with Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Rosé 2008 for its depth and slight sweetness.

With special thanks to all our fantastic partners including: Moët & Chandon, Aspinal of London, KeraStraight, Maison de Fleurs, Vita Liberata,  Indeed Labs, Wedding Presents Direct, Eyelure, Penhaligon's, Jurlique, AnneMarie Börlind, Michael Van Clarke, Elegant Touch, QMSMedicosmetics and The Savoy. 

Photographs by Roberta Facchini