Ranked No.1 International Wedding Planners by VOGUE USA for two years in succession, as well as Harpers Bazaar 2020 list of Top Wedding Planners in the World, Sarah Haywood Weddings & Celebrations is a quintessentially, authentic British brand specialising in complex, multi-day celebrations - often with short lead times. Be it a wedding, a milestone celebration, a small private party or a product launch, every event is meticulously curated and thoughtfully planned to engage all five senses, and with exemplary service at the core of the planning and production experience.
From their headquarters in London’s Notting Hill, the Sarah Haywood team have planned some of the most talked about weddings and events across the globe for some of the world’s leading families and luxury brands. With a renowned reputation for unparalleled service, unique experiences and outstanding design, founder Sarah Haywood has been described as “the ultimate insider” by The Sunday Times, “Britain's most sought-after wedding planner and an authority on multimillion-dollar weddings” by TIME magazine, and “one of the most highly-rated party planners in the world” by Paris Match.
The company champions a responsible and sustainable design ethos within the events sector by embracing socially and environmentally conscious practices. Seeking out artisanal skills wherever they are working in the world, sourcing staff and consumables locally, utilising flowers from small, independent growers and up-cycling design materials are just some of the ways this is expressed. Working in collaboration with visionary creative partners, including Royal Warrant holders, Michelin-starred chefs, international designers, couturiers and some of the worlds most exclusive hotels, venues and private properties; together they set trends rather than follow them.
“When curating any event, we know that what we are predominantly doing is planning the backdrop and that we are the glue in the process; we never forget that a truly great party has people at its heart and the event will be remembered largely for how it made them feel.” Sarah Haywood