Weddings can be expensive. Ok, so thats stating the obvious but its no joke that trying to realise the big day you've always dreamed of can be seriously hard on the bank balance. No-one wants to be a penny pincher but how is a girl to achieve such a vision without skimping on the finer details?
Apart from learning how to make your own quirky arrangements and buttonholes at my workshop on Vintage Blooms and Buttonholes, why not pop along to the Brighton Bridal Bootfayre on the 25th June.
The first of its kind (as far as I am aware) the Brighton Bridal Bootfayre will see stallholders selling-on their pre-owned and loved wedding paraphenalia from Wedding dresses, Bridesmaids frocks, shoes, accessories, to table and venue decorations.
Two lovely ladies, Charlie and Emily came up with the idea for the Boot Fayre as a way of liberating their Wedding Booty after amassing bundles of Bridal flotsam and jetsam themselves for their own nuptials. (See Emily and hubby "Tall" above, and pics from Charlie's wedding which I blogged about here: village fete wedding.)
If you have any items that you'd like to move on to a good home/wedding, tables are still available to book at £5 each or £3 if you're happy to share a table. Entrance is £2 on the day, and rest assured, there will be plenty of tea and scrumptious home made cake to partake in whilst you mull over your purchases.
Pop on over to the girls blog: Brighton Bridal Bootfayre for information.