Fairymead House is making wedding planning easier for couples by hosting a Boutique Bridal Open Day on Sunday 17 October inviting the community to come and see the venue and meet local vendors.
For brides and grooms who aren’t quite sure where to start or what to expect in this ever-changing COVID environment, the event provides the opportunity to ask questions and meet wedding specialists.
The day is set up to allow guests to book in a preferred time to attend, ensuring there is no overcrowding and time to see all stallholders.
Council’s Arts, Culture and Events portfolio spokesperson Cr John Learmonth said the open day is the perfect chance for people to start their wedding planning.
“We really wanted to fill the gap for brides and grooms since COVID started to help them find a place to start their wedding planning,” Cr Learmonth said.
“The aim is to allow our local stallholders to be part of the planning process and there will be a welcome pack given to all the brides and grooms as well as some great prizes to be won.”
With a range of local vendors on display, no one is better equipped to help couples navigate the world of weddings than experienced local talent.
Each one of the stallholders attending understand the current wedding environment and are highly experienced with weddings across the region.
There are a number of local suppliers attending including:
- Damon Kelly Films
- Lifetime in a Day Films
- Bundaberg Marriage Celebrant
- Julie Green Marriage Celebrant
- Something Borrowed Wedding Hire & Event Services
- LCA Hire
- Sabrina Lauriston Photography
- Ink n Ivory Co.
- Bay Fusion Food Design Pty Ltd
- Pinot and Picasso Bundaberg
- The Cupcake Girls
- Cakes Gone Wild Bundaberg
- Digitally Signed
- Custom Celebrations Hire
- The Crafty Goose
- Nellie the Photobooth Caravan
- Heartfelt Moments Photography
- Trish Mears Marriage Celebrant
Where: Fairymead House
When: Sunday 17 October
Time: 10 am – 3 pm
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