Chosen Wedding Fair Round Up
Happy March everybody, I hope the first day of Spring is treating you well! Here it’s been snowing pretty much all day but with the tiniest snowflakes; they’re making incredibly hard work of turning everything white. The cat has been sat on my studio windowsill alternately supervising the snow’s progress with an expression of massive mistrust and curling up to sleep.
Apologies for the lack of posts recently. February was a bit of a whirlwind here as I finally managed to get the new branding finished and revamp the website, alongside preparing for the first wedding show I’ve done in a long while. Chosen Wedding Fair turned out to be everything I’d hoped for and I need to say a massive thank you to Joe and Matt for organising such a brilliant event. I got the opportunity to chat with lots of lovely couples, enthusiastic to discuss their plans; I’ve got my fingers crossed that I’ll get the chance to work on some really creative ideas.
Today I thought I’d introduce you to some of my fabulous fellow exhibitors from Chosen. Their Chosen brand is built on their shows being thoughtfully curated; having done some really dubious shows in my time, I can’t tell you what a joy it is to set up alongside a host of independent, passionate and stylish wedding suppliers. So here’s my pick of the bunch; I hope one of these wonderful people might turn out to be just who you're looking for.
Clare Lloyd Accessories
I first met Clare around about a year ago when we worked together on a styled shoot she put together. We spent the quiet moments at the show plotting something new, so watch this space...
Caroline Clements Flowers
I love Louise's delicate sense of colour and her approach to using seasonal blooms wherever possible.
stephanie boote catering
Stephanie and Max were offering some truly epic canapes at the show. They specialise in weddings and private events using seasonal, local and ethical ingredients.
Darren Campbell Magician
As well as being an award winning close-up magician, Darren has the ability to engage in particularly geeky conversations about paper stock and scissors. An essential skill for a magician I think you'll find!