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Rosewood London chimes the bell for key workers with free wedding offer worth over £100k

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Luxury hotel, Rosewood London is to offer a free wedding for one couple working as key workers, NHS staff or carers during the Covid-19 crisis.

The hotel has partnered with Hello magazine and luxury wedding show Bridelux to offer a complimentary wedding for frontline key workers, with almost 30 suppliers donating time and expertise worth over £100,000.

Nominees are being asked to submit an entry for themselves, a friend or a family member via competitions@hellomagazine.com.

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Entries require confirmation of their occupation as a key worker or NHS member, an image of the nominee and 300 words about why they deserve to win.

A committee will choose the winning couple in mid-May.

The wedding for the bride, groom and up to 150 guests will be held in the grand Ballroom at Rosewood London. The couple will stay in one of the hotel’s top suites for their wedding night, with breakfast served in the morning.

Award-winning wedding planner Melanie at Cranberry Blue will work alongside bespoke caterer Jimmy Garcia, who has produced events for Google, Vogue and Facebook.

Internationally renowned florist Farima Perry will create the flowers for the day and celebrity favourite Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium will design the wedding cake of dreams.

Michael Bonsor, managing director of Rosewood London, comments: “Rosewood London is delighted to be a partner of this amazing initiative to be able give back and help NHS staff, carers and key workers who have been working so hard to keep us all safe in these exceptional times. As a hotel, we have long supported the NHS and recently, our teams have been working to provide meals to NHS staff.”

This initiative forms part of ‘Rosewood Raise’ a relief initiative launched by Rosewood Hotel Group developed in support of the group’s staff who have been impacted by COVID-19, as well as the communities in which the Group operates.

The relief initiative includes donating hotel rooms and meal preparation and supplies for essential workers.

In its first two weeks since formation, the fund has received initial pledges of close to USD $2 million from Rosewood Hotel Group’s corporate executives.

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  1. Thank you very much for the article. We are looking forward to making a very special wedding cake and dessert table for very deserving heroes.

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