Oh! Today features lots of awesomeness for a fantastic event coming to Bristol for all you lovely brides and husbands-to-be!
With a free cocktail on arrival for the first 200 guests, you can enjoy the stunning views from the Northside balcony, mixing urban with classic – the modern steel building framing Bristol Cathedral – or enjoy people-watching over Millennium Square and the silver sphere overlooking Bristol to the south.. The Weird & Wonderful Wedding World will be taking place at the awesome At-Bristol Science Museum!
Amazing vendors include Death & Glory Taxidermy, Crown & Glory, Beyond Burlesque, Lisa Keating Bridal, Black Cherry Cake Company, The BelleFleurs, Auntie’s Vintage China and many more..
The show will appeal not only to brides out there looking for something really different, but to quirky couples who want to dress up, have a cocktail or two, listen to local bands, dance or chill out, whilst surrounded by the weirdest and most wonderful wedding suppliers on one floor, making it a great night out. You can enjoy a fashion show under the stars in the Planetarium, watch jugglers, close-up magicians and living statues and, when your man gets tired, send him off to the ‘man crèche to play on all the interactive science museum exhibits (and, of course, you can have a play too!).
The best thing about The Weird & Wonderful Wedding World event is that it’s taking place in the evening! The great doors will be open from 6pm and you can party on until 11pm if you wish!
No matter who you are, there will be something for everyone at this stunning event – whether you’re looking for just a touch of the unusual or a full-on theatrical wedding! Get dressed up, come down to see it all and have a drink with us on Saturday 13th April. We can’t wait to meet you all on the night!! Bottoms Up!
Pre-registration will be free of charge via the website and visitors who register, will get a free cocktail. Tickets will be available on the night at £5.
For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the website.
Photography credit: Laura Michelle Photography