Inside Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman’s VERY sophisticated Thanksgiving dinner in London – from the high-end private chef to the lavish floral arrangements
- Simon Cowell, 60, and Lauren Silverman, 43, hosted Thanksgiving yesterday
- Couple invited family and friends to celebrate with a private dinner in London
- Enlisted high-end events company Savile Rose to create the stunning soiree
- Flowers were provided by luxury florist WildAbout and food by chef Geoff Fisher
Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman spared no expense when it came to hosting Thanksgiving in London last night.
The couple invited family and friends to celebrate the American holiday with a sophisticated dinner complete with gold pumpkins, lavish floral centrepieces and, of course, several courses of world-class food.
Simon, 60, and Florida-born Lauren, 43, enlisted high end events company Savile Rose for help planning the soiree, which was held at an unknown London venue.
Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman invited loved ones to celebrate the American holiday with a sophisticated dinner in London complete with gold pumpkins and lavish floral centrepieces
Simon, 60, and Florida-born Lauren, 43, pictured last week, enlisted high end events company Savile Rose for help planning the soiree, which was held at an unknown London venue
Savile Rose, which was behind the stunning nuptials of reality stars Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor last year, shared a few snaps of the Cowell-Silverman Thanksgiving dinner on their official Instagram account today.
Describing the feel of the event, Michal Kowalski, Floral Engineer at Blooming Haus (www.bloominghaus.com), a London-based floristry studio, said: ‘It is exquisite!
The colours of Thanksgiving ooze sophisticated charm. The production of this event is very luxurious with all the details such as the lighting, gold tableware and vessels, working perfectly together. It’s all done with great taste.’
Photographs reveal guests dined at long, mirror-topped tables in what appears to be a marquee with transparent walls.
Each place was set with a gold charger plate, gold cutlery and gold-rimmed glassware.
Photos shared online by suppliers Wildabout Flowers, which created the floral displays, reveal guests dined at long, mirror-topped tables in what appears to be a marquee (pictured)
A personalised menu with a seasonal leaf design was placed on top of the napkin and topped with mini gold pumpkins for a playful festive touch.
The centre of the table was decorated with flowers in hues of pink, orange and red that filled the room with colour.
The blooms, designed by luxury London florist and events company WildAbout, were interspersed with jars of vibrant rust-coloured leaves and tall candles in simple gold holders.
Mr Kowalski continued: ‘It’s all about the light as every great production needs planned lighting.
‘Warm and directional light, such as high quality spotlights play a crucial role, with the candle light further shining on the warm and inviting table set-up. The colour choice is intentional and brings romanticism and warmth. It’s luxuriously cosy.’
Each place was set with a gold charger plate, gold cutlery and gold-rimmed glassware. A personalised menu was placed on top of the napkin and topped with a mini gold pumpkin
The centre of the table was decorated with flowers in hues of pink, orange and red that filled the room with colour. Pictured, the table as seen in a photo shared by Wildabout Flowers
It is not known how many guests attended but photos suggest there were at least 30.
Food was provided by private chef Geoff Fisher, who cooks for clients at home and on luxury yachts.
Writing on Instagram, Savile Rose praised Geoff for creating an ‘incredible menu’ and for ‘executing dinner so seamlessly.’