Heatherden Hall made for a beautiful venue & arriving on the red carpet outside I knew it had been a great decision to join Claire & Kelly at their first festival!
There were several brides and grooms on the day who had booked the hall as their wedding venue & I can totally understand why, what a stunner!
The mix of suppliers was spot on & meeting some of my stall neighbours was one of the highlights of the day so here a few for you to take a gander at!
Next to me was the super lovely Emma-Jane who not only created beautiful hair do’s (making me feel entirely embarrassed about my own attempt at an up do) but was a joy to chat to & we even had a little dance to the fab entertainment on the day!
To the other side there were the stunning creations from Middo Shoes. All of their shoes are hand painted & bespoke so you can have something completely unique that reflects your personality & they’re super pretty too!
Jennifer’s Paper not only had a gorgeous array of invitations & paper goods on display for brides to peruse but I fell in love with her paper streamer backdrop! It was a real pleasure to chat to Jennifer whose stylish designs along with a pop of colour were right up my street.
The cake at wedding fairs is always tough to resist & those on display from Sugar Designs were no exception!
Doris Loves styled their awesome light up letters around the venue & it was great to catch up with the lovely Amanda, the superwoman powerhouse behind the whole operation. Their letters are a real show stopper & looked fab decorating the stage where Verity from The Vanity Box was creating some stunning vintage hair do’s.
It was also fab to meet stationary designer Dimitria Jordan. Simply stylish paper goods with luxurious styling, I don’t know how brides pick between her beautiful wedding collections! We had great chats about all sorts, especially our shared love of Christmas & Dimitria even gave me some new festive product ideas so watch this space!
Entertainment on the day was provided by Folk Junkies whose folk style renditions of modern songs was ace, I couldn’t stop myself from having a little bop! Check them out here. Curtis Skinner‘s smooth style brought a more Frank Sinatra feel to the proceedings, perfect for a vintage wedding or shindig.
And last but not least my stand! I was trialling some new styles of bouquets & accessories so I was a little nervous but the brides & grooms seemed to love the new leather & metallic elements. I’d love to know what you think too so please let me know below!
To check out all the other fab suppliers who were there on the day click here.
The awesome Vintage Wedding Society ladies Claire and Kelly put on a fantastic show and I can’t wait to see what comes next, I’ll definitley be signing up for more wedding fun with these inspirational wedding wonders!