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The British Museum, in London’s Bloomsbury, had never held a wedding celebration until this special evening. An intimate guest list of only 17, attended an understated registry wedding service within the Mayfair Library. From there they were whisked into a fleet of awaiting cars, not knowing their final destination. As they pulled up to the gates of the Museum on Great Russell Street, Niemierko Hosts welcomed them as they walked through an empty Queen Elizabeth II Great Court, to the Egyptian Sculpture galleries. A stunning tablescape surrounded by candlelight awaited them. Mark Niemierko often references this wedding as one of his iconic wedding planning moments.
Photos: Manon Pauffin and Michelle Turnbull
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