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Five reasons to visit a wedding fayre

Gather your bridesmaids – there’s fun to be had at a wedding fayre

 

While you may not need to leave your armchair to find a wealth of wedding venues and suppliers, the traditional wedding fayre has seen no reduction in its popularity whatsoever.

In fact, it is often necessary to pre-book your visit to not be disappointed at the door!

Wedding fayres remain quite the tradition as a key part of the build up to the big day, where brides to be along with their families, (and sometimes even the groom), can soak up the full pre-wedding experience by immersing themselves in a venue full of companies who may just play a key part.

 

Here are five reasons why you should gather up your bridesmaids and head to the fayre…

 

1. Catch a catwalk

A live show of seasonal wedding dresses being modelled, whilst you enjoy a cold glass of Prosecco. What’s not to love?

2. Make Savings

Lots of the suppliers will want to confirm your business before seeing you leave – this means on the day savings so you will have more money left over for your honeymoon!

3. Taste the Difference

There isn’t an app or website in the world that can give your taste buds the same experience as sampling the wares of seasoned wedding caterers.

4. Meet them face to face

As a florist, meeting the bride and groom in person really gives us both the chance to discuss your wedding flowers in detail and explore your favourite flower styles and wedding themes. The personal aspect of a wedding consultation really is the best way to ensure you are working with someone who is right for you

5. You’re the VIP

You will only get married once, so this is all about you! Embrace the opportunity to have everyone hoping to create your dream day… Soaking up the atmosphere at a fayre is all part of the build-up and excitement for your wedding day!

 

 
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