Number 35 Hoxton Square was transformed into a pop up known as the Dead Dolls Club by husband and wife Katy and Adam.
When Katy was a child she was dragged around manor houses, which inspired the illustrations she drew by hand throughout all three floors of the former textile factory.
Lacking the funds and with no desire to compromise on cheap decor, Katy collected vintage pieces and glassware and stuck to a sophisticated colour scheme of gold, black and white.
Most couples build upon the interior of the house for their wedding decor, however there is flexibility to personalise the venue from themed table dressings to photo booths.
Situated on the top floor of the house is The Pearl restaurant , which is run by the amazingly talented duo Check On. Couples can opt to either have a sit down dinner or a wedding buffet with the chefs open to creating custom dining packages for your event.
The space can accommodate up to 150 people and is only a few minutes walk from Shoreditch Town Hall. Newly wed couples and their guests have been known to walk, or should I say boogie, from the hall to The Dolls House while following a marching band.
From the outside the venue appears unassuming but once inside you are transported into an intimate space full of secret nooks and personality. There is also a roof terrace overlooking Hoxton square, which makes it an ideal venue to hire during summer.
Guests can party until 12 a.m. but that does not mean the night ends there. Katy and Adam have a second venue called The Arch, which is only a short cab ride away and allows you to continue celebrating until the wee hours.
So for all brides in-love with vintage and monochrome may I recommend you speak to Katy about hiring this space for your wedding, but do so fast, as it will only be open until early 2015.