As we know the peak proposal times are Christmas, New Year and Valentine’s Day which is why Wedding Fairs are always held from January to April.
Yesterday saw the start of the Spring season for many venues hosting such events.
We had a flying start with our own Fairs at The Compleat Angler, Marlow, The Manor House nr Guildford and Weston Manor, Weston-on-the-Green.
So if you are just starting to plan your wedding, looking for inspiration, or wanting to book businesses then why not attend a fair near you. This is a great opportunity to meet the businesses face to face and to have a look at some samples of their work. Much better than looking at a website or talking on the phone!
Wherever you are in the country there will be a Wedding Fair near you in the coming months. So to find an event please have a look at the Guides for Brides Wedding Fair Diary.
I met the lovely Anna Coombes last week. Anna has been collecting and hiring out vintage crockery for weddings for some time now, and has used her extensive contacts in the wonderful world of vintage weddings to organise a vintage wedding fair, to be held in Dorset on the 16th October.
A little too niche for outside London we thought? It seems not. Anna has been fending off daily calls from businesses desperate to be involved. All 45 spaces were booked up some time ago with many businesses being offered exclusivity. We kn
Want a bit of the action? There is one exhibition space left, available to the one business Anna has been unable to source – so if you are a videographer still working with Super 8 “technology” that space could be yours.
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