Hello lovely blog readers – I hope you’re having lovely days, doing lovely things (or at least not working too hard 😉 If you’d like a little distraction for a moment or two, then I have a question about UK wedding fayres you could really help me with.
Wedding fayres – love ’em or hate ’em, they are as vital as wedding magazines to the UK wedding industry. A great place to meet essential wedding suppliers in person, and a source of inspiration to couples everywhere.
Our UK wedding fayres need a good shake-up, don’t they?
There are bad wedding fayres out there. (Often the ones who spell ‘fayre’ with a y. As lovely bride Tanya once told me, it’s not even a real old-fashioned word. I’m using it in a slightly ironic way)
I fear there are many local fayres (yes, they’ll spell it with a y) which don’t really push the boat out in terms of ideas and inspiration for couples. I’d even go so far as to say they can be horrifying.
You know what I mean, don’t you…
Would you change UK wedding fayres?
My question is, if you could grab wedding fayres by the scruff of the neck, turn them upside down and shake them up a bit, what would you do? What would you change? How can we make wedding fairs a bit more 21st century?!