One Fine Day Wedding Fair 2018

One Fine Day Wedding Fair 2018


Posted 2018-05-21 by Margaret Barker (MaggieB)follow

Sun 27 May 2018

With the Royal wedding and all the associated royal fervour, One Fine Day Wedding Fair Perth has come at just the right time. The fair showcases 75 of Perth's most sought-after wedding suppliers, so if you are planning a wedding or just a die-hard romantic, you'll find everything for your dream wedding under the one roof. Just think of all the time, frazzled nerves and tired feet you will save.

The Wedding Fair is on Sunday, the 27th of May, 2018 at the Claremont Showgrounds from 10 am to 3 pm. Tickets range in price from $20.00 (plus booking fees) for Silver GA tickets and $50 (plus booking fees) for VIP tickets. Children under 16 are free and do not need a ticket.

There are lots of goodies for those who attend the Wedding Fair. On arrival, you will receive a complimentary Chambord cocktail, a souvenir calico bag with a bridal magazine. For those who have purchased a VIP ticket, you're also eligible for a prize of a 2 night weekend and accommodation for 16 at Stonebarn Reception Centre, Pemberton. The prize is valued at $9800.00.

Enjoy some live entertainment while browsing the 70 wedding dresses on display. During the fair, there will be 2 runaway shows, both displaying the same dresses from the fair's suppliers. Other visual delights including the Bridesmaid's Corner. What better way to spend a Sunday along with your friends, family and prospective wedding party ensuring that your special day will be unique and beautifully creative. To book tickets and to find out more about the event and their suppliers, article click here .

Nowadays brides can be more creative. No longer is it accepted that the bride will and should wear only white. Colours cover the whole spectrum of the rainbow. Brides who didn't follow the norm would be tut-tutted especially if she wore black. Before the 1990s, the bride traditionally wore white - this was mainly attributed to Queen Victoria .who was one of the more noted brides who wore white when she married her prince.

Prior to that, white was a colour that only the rich could afford as all cloth had to be bleached to attain that whiter than whiter look.

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