Vintage Chic Wedding Fairs…

Stubton Hall Shoot

Good morning!  I have to say that I am still on a bit of a high after yesterday.  Susie from Vintage Chic Wedding Fairs got together a handful of glam ladies for a 1920’s/1930’s themed wedding shoot.  Darby & Joan were already styling the day and providing props but she was short of a model, so I graciously stepped in and spent the day being pampered and fawned over…it was tough, but I got through it!  Hope to have some images to share in the next couple of weeks.

Vintage Chic hold wedding fairs across the Midlands and their next extravaganza is on Sunday 22nd April at The Centenial Centre, Edgbaston, Birmingham.

I am a huge fan of this company, vintage with a modern twist is how they describe their events and they bring together the  finest selection of vintage and chic suppliers.  You don’t have to be dreaming of a vintage styled wedding to visit, any bride will find some gorgeous inspiration from the florists, stationers, photographers, cake makers & hire companies.  If you are a stylish bride, bridesmaid or mother of the bride (or groom) then you are sure to find something unique and special here. 

If you are a veteran of the standard wedding fairs and think you have seen it all before, then I can promise that you will be blown away by a Vintage Chic Wedding Fair.  I took my husband along to the first one I attended (as a visitor) and even he loved it!  And that is praise indeed.  Darby & Joan will be exhibiting there in April and I cannot wait.  I hope to see some of you there.

We have three tickets to give away for their fair in Edgbaston…all you have to do enter is pop by our Facebook page, “like” our page and email us your name, our email address is karen@darbyandjoanvintage.co.uk.  We will choose a name at random on 2nd April, so you will have plenty of time to receive your tickets.

All images provided by Theresa Furey Photography http://theresafureyphotography.co.uk/


10:42 17 February 2012


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