23 October 2013

Wedding Fairs in Autumn 2013


This coming weekend on Sunday 27th Oct 2013 is the Chosen Wedding Fair that will be held at the Chelsea Old Town Hall.

They had their first wedding fair back in May and went along with my mum to check it out. It has a lovely vibe, partly because of the fantastic and historical venue, but mainly because of the great mix of suppliers.

The upcoming fair theme is "Love Letters" and on the day they will have a map of London for Brides to pinpoint where their romantic moment has happened. It will then be collated into their Love Guide to London.

To find out more and buy tickets, check out:

Photo from the Chosen website gallery.
As it was my mum's birthday, she was treated to a bit of hair and makeup touch up and got our photo
taken by the girls at the Pin Up Studio. I just love how it captures our close relationship. 

Miss Vintage Wedding Affair

Last Sunday (20th October) was Miss Vintage Wedding Affair that is held at the Battersea Arts Centre. I have heard some great things about this fair and would definitely consider exhibiting there in the future. It's worth checking out the site and looking out for the next fair in the Spring.

Photo by www.emmestphotography.co.uk

One Love

Also last weekend was the One Love Wedding Show that was held on the 19th and 20th October with unique and inspirational ideas for gay and lesbian couples. It was their first fair and was at the Hospital Club, London. It was founded by Sara Smyth who started the online wedding boutique Ruby + Diva (that I am also listed with), and Becky Hoh-Hale who runs A Most Curious Wedding Fair, held in Brick Lane, London.

Check out the photo shoot that was shared on the Love My Dress blog which tells you more about the One Love fair here.

Zoe Lem's Vintage Fair

This time last year was Zoe Lem's fair at the Old Sessions House in Clerkenwell. It then moved to the Bloomsbury Ballroom in the Spring. The next fair was supposed to be on Sunday 2nd November 2013 but seems to be cancelled. If it does get reinstated, it's worth going along to and had plenty of inspiration and entertainment.

Here are some photos of my stand at the last Zoe Lem fair back in April.

Our Lovely Designs stand with Marie-Louise, Philippa and Jo representing.
Our headwear was by the talented Rachel Black.

We dressed up in keeping with the Cabaret theme!

I designed the signage around the event to let people know where things were.

My floor plan for the event.

Another vintage inspired sign. I used dramatic colours to tie in with the flyer.

There was an amazing photo booth that we had giggles over getting our pictures done!
Photos by www.fotonoir.co.uk

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