Monday 20 September 2010

♥ Wedding Fairs ♥

If you always get that back-to-school feeling in September, cheer yourself up with the new season of Wedding Fairs! Targeted at brides and grooms who are planning their spring and summer weddings, they're a great way to spot all the latest trends for 2011. I'll be at most of them, in particular, the National Wedding Shows, where I'll be tweeting my favourite finds. Prepare for the onslaught of ideas by following my Twitter feed here. Listed below are the details of the big events, although there will be local fairs unique to your area - just search online.

♥ On the search for a bit of advice on planning your wedding? Don't miss The National Wedding Shows. The first one is in London between 1st-3rd October at Earl's Court, and the second is at the NEC in Birmingham, between 8th-10th October. It's an absolute must for all those planning their perfect wedding - I've been several times, and it's a great day out. With over 300 wedding experts and inspirational features you're bound to feel inspired. Buy tickets early, and get a free goodie bag!

♥ If you've got a bigger budget, or just big idea, check out The Designer Wedding Show. It's held in Battersea Park in London, and offers more than 100 exhibitors of wedding gowns, accessories, cakes, stationery, entertainment, cosmetics, shoes, tiaras, get the picture! Save the 8th-10th October in your diary and book tickets here.

♥ If you love vintage weddings, then don't miss the London Vintage Wedding Fair on October 24 in Notting Hill. A huge hit last year, this year promises to be even better! Don't miss the amazing stands selling everything from antique lace and Thirties dresses to handmade shoes, jewellery and headgear. Browse over a glass of bubbly - and don't forget to pick up your goodie bag on the way out! Tickets are £7 in advance and £10 on the door.

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1 comment :

  1. Choosing a theme or a color scheme for a wedding can be a very difficult process. While white is traditional, there is still the matter of figuring out what the accenting colors are going to be.


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