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The Brewery has appointed Jayne Mountford as its new wedding and private events planner for the Grade-II listed venues wedding brand, Proposal.
Bringing with her a wealth of experience, Mountford joins The Brewery from the Design Museum where she was events manager. Overseeing all internal and external events at the museum, including weddings, receptions, conferences and product launches, Jayne has worked on private launch parties for fashion brands such as Christian Louboutin and Paul Smith, as well as speaker sessions with Apple’s head designer Jonathan Ive.
As wedding and private events planner, Mountford’s role will see her focus on all logistical event planning from diary management and supplier liaison to venue functionality. Jayne will also work closely with the in-house event and catering teams, alongside executive chef Tom Gore, and continue to build the development of Proposal.
James Varah, commercial director at The Brewery, said: “We’re delighted Jayne will be joining us at The Brewery, her background in creating successful events will only strengthen the projection of Proposal in the coming years. We have someone who feels passionately about the industry and who has demonstrated great flair for providing exclusive, personal experiences.”
Jayne Mountford, wedding and private events planner for Proposal commented on her new position: “I am incredibly excited about joining The Brewery and developing the Proposal brand. After great success last year, the brand has huge potential and I’m looking forward to offering a fresh take on weddings, as well as increasing the number of private, milestone events at The Brewery.”