The Biscuit Factory have created a new space, the Biscuit Room, for weddings and receptions, and this was the first time that the public was able to have a preview of what's to come. It is light and airy and has wooden floors throughout. I would love to see it all set up for a wedding, it looks a great place.
It was the first time I had the opportunity for people to pick up my new flyer cards, I went for square cards in fine art paper, and they went down a storm!
I didn't get much chance to take photographs as it was so busy with so many couples to chat to through the doors, but here's a few shots of my stall and the day. It's a shame I didn't get to take more but I was there to chat to couples not take photos haha !
Thanks to The Wedding Wonder Show for putting on such a good event. They had live music, a fashion show and the best goodie bags i've seen at a fayre!!
Here's my stall:
Here's Chris proudly holding his recent wedding award.
Another person I met at the fayre was artist Wendy (Wendy Ann Stanger Textiles) . She can create amazing pieces of art out of wedding bouquets and wedding fabrics... what a gorgeous way to preserve the details of your special day,.... I noticed her as one of my brides has a piece of art made by Wendy, from her wedding bouquet hanging in her house.
Teri, from Styled and Seated (& also Belle Bridal Magazine) was showing a range of her work at the show as well. There were really so many friendly faces there!
And finally I got to chat to Dani, who was helping out Ross from Snaparazzi and Coco Luminaire, they had a range of their amazing things on display.... these really are the original and best quality photo booths and lights in the North East. LOVE the carnival themed LOVE letters... perfection!
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