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Wedding trends come and go, and traditions have evolved right along with them—including what’s served and eaten on a wedding day. Deciding what to feed your guests can be fun (hello, tastings!) so here are our top tips for pairing canapés and wine for a wedding reception.
Terms and conditions for Joseph Perrier Champagne Tasting competition
Due to a private event happening on Tuesday 16 April we will not be opening for lunch in Hall.
We will also be closing early at 13:30 on 18 April for the Easter break, reopening Monday 29 April.
On the back of a scorching summer last year, one of the big wedding trends for 2019 is outdoor ceremonies and parties. This month’s blog outlines everything you need to know about planning your al fresco nuptials
You’re engaged! Congratulations. It’s time to start planning for the biggest day of your life, and what could be more exciting?!
Timeless beauty and centuries of history - an inspiring and enriching setting for any event or conference.
When you’re organising a conference or event, the most important, and often most challenging aspect in the planning process, is finding the perfect venue. But how do you pick one from the thousands across the country?
The obvious choice is a hotel or conference centre, but a unique or unusual setting can be an inspired selection to get the creative juices flowing, and to leave a lasting impression on attendees.
Imagine celebrating Christmas in a private dining setting steeped in centuries of history. If you're planning a festive meal with work, clients, friends or family, make it special by hosting it at Middle Temple in one of our Bench apartments. Book now.
Nothing shouts out ‘Wedding!’ quite like a veil. They have been around for as long as the concept of marriage has, and are still favoured by brides all over the world today.
As our sensational summer rolls on and on, Londoners are spilling out of the office looking for a small piece of the great outdoors where they can soak up some rays and eat lunch.
It’s summer time in the city which means lots of hustle and bustle and an array of beautiful pop-ups bars appearing across London, none so more stylish and tasteful than the champagne bar at Middle Temple.
Back for its third season, the outdoor bar is situated in the elegant Fountain Court, nestled next to the impressive entrance to Middle Temple. Fountain Court has been a feature at Middle Temple for centuries and is depicted in an early painting of the Inn by Joseph Nichols from 1738.