Mask Loves

This month on Mask loves, we share places we’ve been and loved recently!

Kerb presents Jam on Rye

On 27th May, we attended Jam on Rye, the KERB festival at Peckham Rye Park. This fab festival was full of some of the best street food traders London has to offer, as well as fun family activities and great music. Some of the delicious food options included Bleecker Burger, Wandercrust and Grilling Greek! If you didn’t get the opportunity to attend, you can visit Kerb at any of its 5 locations in London including our lunchtime favourite, Kings Cross!

Rye at Jam Kerb

Pan n Ice

Food can make or break an event, and we’re always on the lookout for new food vendors to use at our events. We know an innovative food stand can leave guests with a lasting memory, which is why Pan n Ice is one we go back to time and time again. Both fun and delicious, if you haven’t tried it yet, we definitely recommend!

Pan n Ice icecream

Museum of the Moon launch

The Museum of the moon is touring, and for those of you in London, it will be at the Natural History Museum until January 2020. Measuring seven metres in diameter, this incredible piece of artwork features detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface. We were lucky to be invited to the Natural History museum to preview the moon, and we urge you all to head down and see it too!

Museum of the moon

Covent Garden in Bloom

For the last couple of weeks in May, Jo Malone and The Ivy Market Grill collaborated to celebrate Covent Garden in Bloom. We went along to see the beautiful external installation, and also enjoy their limited edition floral-inspired cocktails! If you didn’t manage to get there before the collab ended, you needn’t worry as The Ivy’s are well known for having incredible external installations, which inspire us all with ways to dress a venue or event.

Jo Malone collaboration The Ivy

Photo credit: @theivymarketgrill Instagram

Pineapple Gin Bar

This June saw That Boutiquey Gin Company host a pop-up dedicated to Pineapples. The fruit that once used to be the sign of hospitality and decadence was celebrated the entire weekend with a pineapple museum, curated by Tasha Marks, a food historian, and cocktail masterclasses. Fingers crossed they will hosting another pop-up soon!

Pineapple Cocktail Bar

To find out more about unique and creative ideas you can incorporate into your events, get in touch with a member of our team today!