The Most Curious Wedding Fair is most definitely our favourite wedding show. Because they handpick their exhibitors, you really are getting the best of the very best of what is beautiful, creative and new. In their own words, they 'look for those vendors who are simply drawing inspiration from contemporary and directional lifestyle, fashion and design trends to produce products and services perfect for the discerning but expressive and fun-lovong bride and groom.'
These images taken at previous fairs, surely speak for themselves?? If you are looking for innovative and bespoke wedding ideas, we urge any London couples to get down to Brick Lane this weekend. You cannot fail to be inspired and at the same time, you will without doubt have a very good time!
Apart from the amazing selection of exhibitors you will also experience originl fashion shows, hair and make-up pamper area and seated refeshment area...The Curious Wedding Fair
So the details are as follows. It's on on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 March, The OLd Truman Brewery, 81 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL 11am - 6pm
Take a look at their lovely website for more info if you need to...
Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, London on 22-23 March 2014
After the success of their first ever bridal show last October, Brides magazine are holding another one this coming weekend. They really do have the most incredible exhibitors, including (as pictured here) Temperley Bridal and Emmy Shoes. They say it's going to be a fully immersive experience, where you can try on the make-up or create your own wedding day details in their imagination room!! Not only that, you can take advantage of the champagne and food tastings which will be going on throughout the day. If you're thinking of going then you need to book your ticket now, which you can do via their website
on Thursday, 02 February 2012. Posted in Blog, News
March 31st in York Hall, Bethnall Green, London E2
We are so looking forward to The Most Curious Wedding Fair (we even love the name!) - self-described as 'the fair for fashionistas, trend-hunters, etsy lovers and music lovers'. Definitely for us then! They began as a 'vintage' wedding fair and although this is still very much a part of their fair repertoire they feel there is room for more inspiration in the worlds of weddings - a response to the brides they meet. Their suppliers will favour the 20s, 40s and 50s but also a lot of cool other stuff regardless of era. There will be almost 50 stand-holders with a hand-made,