Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Hi Glampers!

Wedding season is upon us this month and we thought this year we would kick start things with our very own Wedding Fair. It was a great day and truly enjoyable and we even had some nice weather which was a bonus! We were able to showcase our Rustic Barn and Orangery as well as our beautiful woodland ceremony area which was styled by Jan from Celebration Ceremonies.



We had Totally Tipi displaying one of their impressive Tipi's as we do offer a land hire option here and  this was decorated by Jane Steel from Wedding and Events who's table decorations and hanging lanterns made the Tipi look so pretty.

We had lots of positive feedback from guests and traders who attended the fair which is great, we hope to have another one next year. 

We had our first wedding of the year last week, it was Star Wars inspired on May the 4th which I though was brilliant.( May the 4th be with you !) Shaun and Jennifer had beautiful red and white flower center pieces set into wooden logs with tea lights which looked perfect on our rustic trestle tables along with their hessian and lace table runners. The red roses which lined the ceremony path were also the perfect touch. 


After their ceremony they had drinks in the meadow from our communal Tipi which gave guests the chance to chat and mingle and chill out in the glorious sunshine. 


Shaun and Jennifer chose a wedding breakfast of hot dogs with wedges and salad followed by a giant banana split and for their evening meal they had Indian street food.  


I have been looking into predicted wedding trends for 2016, it will be interesting to see if any feature in our weddings here on camp, luckily festival weddings seem to be a big hit for 2016 as well as themed weddings such as Star Wars, James Bond and Hollywood Glamour. Metalic's and sparkles will be popular this year especially rose gold and yellow gold. Dipped dye is also going to be popular. Mismatched bridesmaids dresses are also a hot trend this year, many people opting for same colour dresses in different styles. I am a bridesmaid in a few weeks and we have gone for this option. Buffets are going to take a back seat while many people opt for tea parties, street food, posh sandwiches and build your own pizzas.

As always if you have any feedback I would love to hear from you,

Bye for now,

Girl in the cupboard xxxx


1 comment:

  1. I was really worried and shed lots of tears during the week of my wedding. But walking into that hall was such an amazing moment. I would suggest the New York wedding venues for any event of under 100 people where you want an elegant atmosphere for a very reasonable price.

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