Wedding fairs vs open days
A Wedding Fair can be a great way to connect with the right suppliers for your wedding day. They are certainly the perfect event to showcase wedding products and some services. Businesses are generally sold a stand on a first come, first serve basis. This means that there is very little vetting of any kind by the organisers for the quality of the supplier. As a general rule, I don’t tend to ‘do’ wedding fairs. For the services I offer, they are seldom worth doing.
Venues do run open days where they showcase wedding suppliers who they know provide an amazing or unique service. I am delighted to invite you to chat with me at the following open days. These are Wedding Open days where I am the recommended supplier or the approved supplier. You will meet all kinds of other service providers for your big day in the confidence that they have been hand picked for their quality of service rather than how much they paid for a stand at a wedding fair!
Open days I am attending:
Due to the current coronavirus tier 4 restrictions in our area, the open day dates are currently being reviewed by all venues. As soon as I have more info, I will let you know here.
- Field Place: dates in Jan – March 2021 tbc booking mandatory.
- Long Furlong Barn: dates in Jan – March 2021 tbc
- Tithe Barn: dates in Jan – March 2021 tbc
- Hampton Court Palace: dates in Jan – March 2021 tbc
As I own a VW Split Screen campervan DJ booth, it’s fun to DJ at various VW themed events. This is a great opportunity to see this amazing DJ booth in action! This is where you can see it:
The 80’s night – Horsham
Back in april 2018, I launched the 80’s night in Horsham, and to my surprise it sold out! I have run several more of these throughout the year, about 2 months apart. The 80’s nights sell out almost every time! Why not joins us for a 80’s night of fun?!