I’m showcasing my Wedding Photography this Sun 14th April 2013 at the Grand Hotel Wicklow Wedding Fair from 1pm to 6pm. Admission is FREE. Complimentary prosecco and canapés. I shall be also taken photo booth pics 🙂
Find the best wedding fairs and wedding open days in your area. Upcoming Wedding Fairs in Wicklow, Dublin, Carlow, Meath and Kildare from Feb to April 2013
Summer Hill Hotel -Wicklow – Sunday 3rd February 1pm – 5pm
Johnstown House – Meath – Sunday 17th February 2pm – 6pm
Red Cow Moran Hotel – Dublin – Sunday 17th February 2pm – 6pm
Esplande Hotel – Wicklow – Sunday 17th February 1pm – 4pm
The Westgrove Hotel – Kildare – Sunday 17th February 2pm – 6pm
Lord Bagenal Hotel – Carlow – Sunday 17th February 2pm – 6pm
Stillorgan Park Hotel -Dublin – Sunday 24th February 2pm – 5pm
The Headford Arms Hotel – Meath – Sunday 24th February 2pm – 6pm
Mount Wolsey Hotel – Carlow – Sunday 24th February 2pm – 6pm
Fitzpatricks Castle Hotel -Dublin – Sunday 24th February 1pm – 5pm
Finnstown House – Dublin- Sunday 24th February 2pm – 5pm
Avon Ri Resort – Wicklow – 3rd March
Clarion Hotel Liffey Valley – Dublin- Thursday 7th March 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Grand Hotel -Wicklow – Sunday 14th April 1pm – 6pm
It is that time of year – its wedding fair season. The next few months are a particularly busy time for wedding fairs so if you intend visiting some events you need to be prepared.
How to get Organized.
1. Wedding Fairs vary so decide what you need to do and what suppliers you need to speak to. Wedding Fairs usually host supplier exhibitions, fashion shows, beauty workshops and great prizes can be won. Hotels often run Consultation Days where you get to have more of the wedding day experience of that particular venue.
2. Are you just engaged and at the early stages of planning? If so Wedding Fairs are great for getting a sense of the choices, options and costs that are associated with wedding planning. If you are further on in your planning, Wedding Fairs are great for sourcing little extras to add to your day or for tying up loose ends and making tough decisions!
3. At the Wedding Fairs you will be given a floor plan or map of the event. Have a think beforehand about the suppliers you specifically want to speak to and try to meet them first. After that you are free to wander and soak up the atmosphere.
4. Wedding Fairs are often not the Groom’s ideal way of spending a Sunday afternoon. If he really doesn’t want to go I would suggest bringing your bridesmaid, your mum or somebody that you trust to help you make decisions.
5. Wedding Fairs can be very crowded, very warm, loud and exhausting. Wear comfy clothes, comfy shoes and have a handbag of some kind that you can put all your flyers and info into. Leave heavy coats and umbrellas in the car.
6. Have a light lunch beforehand! Do not go to a Wedding Fair hungry but the reason I say light lunch is because at Wedding Fairs you will get to sample lots of goodies – wedding cakes, macaroons, food cooked by the chefs (if it is at a hotel)