Happily Ever After Creative Wedding Fair will land in Brighton on Sunday 12th March 2017 and anticipation is already growing. It is to be held at the prestigious Brighton Racecourse and will feature 100 creative sellers showcasing their unique creations for couples who are on the look out for something a little different. There is also going to be craft workshops and live entertainment.
A selection of exhibitors have already been announced and we’ve picked just a few out to introduce to you today.
We love the work of Brighton based illustrator Georgie St Clair. Shown here is an example of something brides could create with their hens at a workshop. Georgie will be holding a workshop on the day of the fair too.
Looking for a real head-turner? Meet Rusty, of Chic ‘n’ Cheerful, suits all kinds of venues, and all kinds of couples! Perfect for Groomsmen, Bridesmaids and happy newlyweds.
If you are wanting invites and stationery that stand out from the crowd there will be a range of talented designers at the fair, including Laura Danby – isn’t this creative invite design great!?
You’ll also be needing a talented and creative photographer to capture your day perfectly. Come along and meet our photographers on the day, including the fab Fizzy Robot Photography.
Don’t forget the grooms! These personalised cufflinks by Ellie Ellie are one of their most popular sellers.
It’s all about the cake! From sleek and stylish to wonderfully bold and even glow in the dark – there will be a beautiful range of cakes to see and sample on the day of the day. We love this flamingo number by Bunston Bakes.
Live entertainment can really enhance the magic of the day. Meet and listen to a selection of live performers on the day of the fair who will cover a range of genres. We’re already looking forward to a set from Rose Vintage Vocals.
The jewellers will have everything from precious rings and sets to custom keepsakes such as this hen do necklace by Cat-a-Cake Creations.
Lastly, but most certainly not least, the dress! Meet the range of talented dress designers and makers. A range of styles and unique dresses will be on display on the day. Including the creations of Flax Emporium which is an independent clothing emporium full of exciting and different designs all handmade by its owner Clare Bryant.
If these creations have caught your eye then be sure to pop Sunday 12th March in your diary now. The racecourse also has free parking – a rare find in Brighton! You can find out more on The Fairy Tale Fair’s website.