Vintage Chic Wedding Fair

Vintage Wedding Fairs with a modern twist

Congratulations on your engagement!

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Christmas and New year always sees lots of couples getting engaged. However you were proposed to, congratulations on your engagement! Such an exciting time for you both. Sooooooooo many plans to start making!!

Fortunately these days there are great resources to be found to assist you in putting together your magical day. The internet and wedding blogs being perhaps the most used ;- )

Planning a wedding can be a mammouth task and even those deciding on a long engagement will find them getting slightly stressed at times.  There’s a venue, ceremony, frocks, crocks, underwear, overwear, cars, cakes, invites, rings, wedding list, accessories, presents, honeymoon, hen do, photographer, videographer……….and more!

One of the ways you can pass over some of this stress is to recruit a wedding planner. Professional, knowledgeable, friendly and creative, they can help you plan your day and even be there on the day to ensure it runs like clockwork. The amount of time and effort you will save may be VERY worthwhile! Louise from Veils and Vows has exhibited with us before and would be pleased to guide you in the right direction .

If you’re planning yourself then a wedding planner book may be of help. has some lovely wedding planning books to buy online.

When you’ve had a chance to think about some themes or colours then you may like to visit a wedding fair to meet some potential suppliers. Often they give discounts if you book on the day (a top tip!) Our next fair is on the 22nd April 2012 at 11.30am at The centennial Centre in Birmingham. We’ll shortly be releasing tickets and we’re planning a giveaway on facebook so be sure to check out our page!

Here you’ll find 50 vintage inspired wedding suppliers to get you more than started!

So, what is ‘Vintage Chic?’  For a few years now vintage weddings have become more popular. That’s not to say they are now run of the mill. Oh no siree far from it! Vintage covers any era from say 1920’s – 1970’s. You may want to incorporate an era as part of your wedding in a subtle way for instance a vintage inspired lace wedding dress complete with a birdcage veil instead of a long flowing one. Your cake may have some lace icing piped on it. You may go for using vintage china and cake stands on your wedding breakfast tables instead of white plain china and decorate your venue with bunting. So if vintage is your thing then save the date and come and see us.

So Happy New Year to you and all the very best with your wedding plans. |If you need any help at all then do get in touch! ♥


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