Fairytale Bespoke and Vintage Wedding Fair by Bohemia Kibble Palace Sunday 25 September, 2016
Fairytale Bespoke and Vintage Wedding Fair by Bohemia
Kibble Palace, Botanic Gardens, Glasgow G12
Sunday 25 September, 2016
Bohemia is delighted to be hosting a Fairytale Bespoke Vintage Wedding Fair at the stunning Kibble Palace in Glasgow Botanic Gardens.
The Kibble Palace is a beautiful wedding location and providing the perfect fairytale setting for the event, which provides a wonderful opportunity for future brides, grooms and their families to come along and meet Local Artisan Bespoke Wedding Exhibitors.
Entry is free
The event takes place on Sunday 25 September between 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Fifty Complimentary Copies of The Scottish Wedding Magazine for the first arrivals.
Friendly, Helpful and Inspiring!
Taking part in the fair there will be over forty carefully selected exhibitors who will be on hand to talk to you about your wedding plans and answer your questions.
To help you plan your Special Day you will find:
Sample Wedding Cakes
Stunning Vintage Bespoke Gowns
Hand Created Crystal Tiaras
A Choice of Wedding Photographers With Different Styles
French Vintage China Teacup Candles
Quirky Wedding Favours
Make-Up and Beauty
and much more…
Exhibitor Enquiries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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