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Our three levels of service give you the flexibility to design and plan your wedding on terms that suit you...
88 Events’ bespoke wedding design & planning service is our highest, most specialised level of service.
We work closely you to create an unforgettable wedding that reflects the bride and groom's personalities. Whether you want elegant or extravagant, contemporary or traditional, we guarantee that your friends and family will still be talking fondly of your wedding for years to come.
88 Events’ has an extensive Hire Collection of chair covers, linens, table centres, chargers and glasses. You'll find everything you need to dress the most sumptuous looking tables that will captivate your guests.
Our team of design experts are always on hand to guide you so it couldn't be easier. They can even create a mock set-up of how your wedding will look in our design studio.
The next level of service is very similar; however an experienced team from 88 Events will actually set-up your hire order for you. This is advantageous if your venue does not offer this service or you would prefer your hire order to be set-up by our expert team.
Our set-up specialists have worked at all our high-end weddings as well as high profile events for Gordon Ramsay OBE and other famous people.
York is a walled city, situated at the confluence of the Rivers Ouse and Foss in North Yorkshire, England. The city has a rich heritage and has provided the backdrop to major political events throughout much of its two millennia of existence.
The city was founded by the Romans in 71 AD. They called it Eboracum, a name perhaps derived from one used by the British tribes who inhabited the area. The Romans made it the capital of their Province of Britannia Inferior. While the Roman colonia and fortress were located on high ground, by 400 the town itself was victim to periodic flooding from the rivers Ouse and Foss and lay abandoned. In the early 5th century the area was settled by Angles, who called the town Eoforwic. Reclamation of the flooded parts of the town were initiated in the 7th century under King Edwin. The city came to be the episcopal, and later, royal centre of the Kingdom of Northumbria.