Eco Wedding Fair in Bristol on Saturday 3rd November 2012 – and I’m going to be there!
It has been a long time since the last green or eco wedding fair was held in the UK, so I am utterly delighted to be sharing details of an upcoming one being hosted by one of our TNWC wedding venues – Riverstation in Bristol. This is the first Eco Wedding Fair to be held in the South West and looks set to showcase some fantastic regional businesses.
Organised by Riverstation’s wedding co-ordinator, Michele Jetzer (who scooped UK’s Best Wedding Co-ordinator at the 2012 Wedding Industry Awards) the Eco Wedding Fair will bring together an exciting range of likeminded exhibitors – from organic cakes to alternative transport providers, and vintage crockery hire to florists growing their own blooms.
The Eco Wedding Fair also promises fashion shows and handmade workshops for brides to get creative and make anything from flower buttonholes to wedding favours. I’ve also been told there’s going to be goody bags for the first 100 brides to pre-register online (details below).
As if the list of fabulous exhibitors below isn’t enough to tempt you to come along (did I mention it’s free entry!), you can also come and say hi to me – yes, The Natural Wedding Company is packing its bags and heading south for the weekend. I am currently dreaming up my stall so I’d love to meet you if you’re going.
If you’d like to find out more about some of the exhibitors coming to the Eco Wedding Fair, be sure to check out the News section on their website as it’s full of interviews with the businesses, including The Natural Wedding Company (aka: me!).
Here’s the current line-up of who’ll be there…
Arch House Deli – award winning deli selling wedding cheese cakes
Aunties Vintage China – vintage crockery for hire
Babes in the Wood – amazing woodland hen parties
Bespoke Confetti – natural petal confetti (TNWC recommended supplier)
Bridget Scones – cupcakes, cakes and scones made from fair trade ingredients
Bristol Packet – boat transport
Copoazu – locally made ice cream served by bike
Flowers of Stokes Croft – florist growing their own flowers
Holly Wallace Photography – local wedding photographer
LK Bespoke Bridal – handmade corsets
L’Occtaine – natural beauty products
Pedal Walla – rickshaw wedding transport
Pete Cranston Photography – eco wedding photographer
Pompon – wedding flowers
Rachel Goodchild Designs – online invitations
The Mews – English designer wedding dresses
The Natural Wedding Company – online eco wedding directory and blog
The Vintage Sash Company – chair sashes and table runners
Trees of Tomorrow – eco wedding tree favours (TNWC recommended supplier)
You can pre-register your attendance by emailing Michele at email@example.com with your name and number of guests coming with you. The first 100 brides who pre-register will receive an eco goody bag at the wedding fair. So if you’re thinking about going to the Eco Wedding Fair make sure you pre-register so you don’t miss out on the goody bag.
Eco Wedding Fair – Saturday 3rd November 2012
Riverstation, The Grove, Bristol BS1 4RB
11am – 4pm
Free entry + free goody bag to first 100 brides to pre-register or attend
For more information and to pre-register your attendance visit http://ecoweddingfair.wordpres.com.
Riverstation is an environmentally conscious wedding venue and restaurant on the Bristol harbourside. Just some of the eco-conscious steps they’ve taken include having their own beehive on their green roof; bottling their own filtered water; planting trees in the restaurants orchard and making apple juice and elderflower syrup from these; using seasonal produce, biodegradable bar sundries, flowers and local suppliers; and recycling their cooking oil, cardboard, paper and glass.
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