We had a lovely weekend in Wales and whilst there we went to the Wedding Fayre at Glanusk, the weather was very blustery but that didn’t deter visitors eager to see the Glass House and meet exhibitors to discuss plans for their special day.
Having seen the build up on social media it was nice to meet the people and see their wares in real life, as well as taste some very yummy food!
Tasty nibbles oozing with flavour from Purple Carrot Catering
Delicious and pretty cupcakes from Clam’s Cakes
The Glasshouse was looking stunning.
There’s something so magical about toadstools and these are ideal for name settings, or maybe choose two colours and have them for noughts and crosses or Reversi.
The marquee was filled with harp and violin music, I was mesmerised!I also met Nannies on the net who provide nannies for events in a safe and fun environment for children so that your guests can relax and enjoy the day without having to worry about their children.
There’s so many different ways to spread the news, send cards and make memories – I very much love this white post box from White Crafts
When we got married we had a traditional marquee which kept all the heat in but didn’t allow anyone to admire my mother’s garden until the men got so hot and bothered they rolled up the sides – thankfully it didn’t rain! County Marquees have a wide range of marquees to fit all requirements!
How about a giant game of scrabble? The children had great fun making up words, thanks Village Designs!
Of course arriving in style is a must do!
I’m all for little hanging trinkets so took a real shine to the designs from Cag Rodwell
With so many interesting and varied exhibitors in a stunning location it makes me want to plan a party!