I’m very pleased to let my lovely readers know about a fabulous vintage wedding fair, taking place on 16th June 2013 – The Nostalgic Wedding Fair!
Last week, a beautiful venue in Bideford played host to a fabulous vintage event. The Decidedly Different Vintage Wedding Fair was held at Hallsannery, a Georgian estate that has recently been refurbished and restored from ruins.
Despite hobbling around on crutches due to a badly sprained ankle, I’m very much looking forward to live blogging again this weekend!
The hit BBC series “Don’t tell the Bride” is casting for their next series, and they are particularly interested in hearing from brides from the South West of England.
We’ve gone a bit weird and wonderful on Dotty Vintage Weddings this week!
I was originally approached by Katie, of Couture Cakes, regarding a feature for a gorgeous sweetie table that she had prepared for the wedding of Jade & William. I was blown away by the presentation and styling that Katie had offered, but the wedding itself turned out to be just as fabulous!
We’re continuing our foody theme on the blog this week with an interview with Iain, who runs Blue Bus Catering.
I spent my Easter Sunday networking with some rather lovely wedding suppliers in a rather lovely venue – the Tavistock Town Hall.
On Sunday, I was lucky enough to attend the annual WED Magazine Wedding Fair at the Headland Hotel in Newquay. Sit back, relax, and enjoy my bumper blog review!
I’ve just enjoyed a lovely lunch in the Terrace Restaurant at the Headland Hotel. I don’t know how the lovely wedding suppliers do it… A few hours of live blogging and I’m shattered!
Dotty Vintage is coming to you live from the Headland Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall. This is one of the highlights of the year for the Cornish wedding industry, and it’s not hard to see why.
Dotty Vintage is off on a new creative journey…