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Coronation Festival

A spectacular event held at Buckingham Palace


Working with Media 10 to enhance the branding and brand consistency across all touch points before and during the event. The Queen’s Coronation Festival was the first time an event on this scale had taken place in the gardens of Buckingham Palace.


Most of the literature relating to the event was designed by ikon including the day and evening guides, presentations, screen displays, leaflets, boards and signage throughout the gardens. The Queen even received a personal version of the guides.

brochure design for festival
diamond logo design
buckingham palace

We worked closely with Media 10 who handled all the event management and ikon led the design of the graphics for the event. The main aspect of this was the design of the main event guide brochures for the day and evening which every guest received.

lady on grass of buckingham palace
queen elizabeth at the festival
prince of wales
brochure design covers
queen elizabeth in brochure design
brochure design illustration
photography of buckingham palace

We commissioned hand drawn illustrations to feature throughout the event literature to create work fit for a queen. This was the first time all Royal Warrant Holders included Bentley, Hunter, Burberry, Jaguar and GSK, to come together in one place. It truly was a festival for some of the most prestigious companies in Britain.

event map of festival
digital screen at festival
printed marketing at festival
flyer design for festival
brochure design dividing page
cover of brochure design

Thousands flocked for the opportunity to come and experience a one-of-a-kind event in one of the most famous landmarks in England. We helped create a luxury brand for a luxury event and this cemented Media 10’s position as one of the leading events companies in the UK.

evening gala katherine jenkins

The event was huge success

with over 60,000 visitors over 3 days. The evening gala was watched by 3.5 million viewers on the BBC.

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