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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.
As we celebrate Father’s Day this Sunday, it only seems fitting to offer some hints and tips in preparation for that all-important father-of-the-bride role they will maybe one day play.
Every bride knows that a garter is a key component of their wedding day attire. It’s an age-old custom that’s still as important today as it was back in the Dark Ages where the tradition originated - albeit for very different reasons!
Go meat-free for National Vegetarian Week!
It’s National Vegetarian Week, and for us it’s a real celebration of all that’s great and good about vegetarian food.
The days are longer, the air is full of intoxicating fragrance, and everyone is that little bit happier. This can only mean that spring has finally sprung. It’s a time of growth and renewal and, when it comes to food, that means an abundance of tasty, fresh produce appearing in stores, at markets and on restaurant menus everywhere.
Other than your wedding photographs and video, your guest book is one of few really personal mementos you’ll have from your big day.
Nowadays there are more and more creative ways for your guests to express their joy at your reunion and offer their well-wishes. Often guests include a piece of advice for married life or favourite memories of your time together.
Here are five of our favourite ideas that go beyond the traditional guest book.
If you’re the go-to person at work for running events and organising meetings or conferences in London, then you’ll be only too familiar with the often-frustrating search for the perfect venue.