Wedding Shows – Why You Should Go To One Copy
There are many reasons to attend Wedding Shows and why you should go to at least one. As we dust the confetti out of our hair and settle into Wedding Show season this year’s brides we have baked for are remembered fondly for their beautiful, creative, sometime wacky creations and allowing us to make them. A large percentage this year came from earlier Wedding shows. Here’s Buns’ Guide to Why, Where and a little bit more.
Image by Seahaze Photography
Looking on both sides of the coins we have Brides wanting inspiration and ideas or looking for something different or the next big trend. It’s a time when you can get up close and personal to look, feel or sample the items you covet most. You get to meet your potential supplier (I’m going to talk cake maker here, Hello!) you can strike up a working relationship and a cake compatibility conversation. It also works for us as suppliers, we can get a wider understanding of what makes a bride & groom tick, forthcoming trends and who is the decision maker ;0)
There will be butter creamed, ganached, piped and sugar crafted cakes galore with sampling to boot (and not s single calorie is noted at wedding fairs – how liberating!) there are acres of fabric for brides and bridesmaids with dresses a aplenty, shiny rings, headwear, crisp menswear, try a sip of something to toast with, swoon in delight at the array of colours, textures and scents from the florists. There’s so much to take it make a note of what you really want to look at but be adventurous and have a look and chat to everyone –if they can’t help they might know who to recommend. You can expect a high standard of showmanship from us as a WOW Team collectively. We’re here (there?) to meet you, talk about your ideas and have a look in that old diary to see if ultimately it’s all do-able.
Soon my pretties…soon… More to the point where are we? Norfolk Brides at Oxnead Hall in Aylsham is flying high on our cake-dar as it’s this weekend, Sunday 11th October. The first event for Norfolk Brides at this prestigious venue and we must say it looks stunning – very exciting! Next on my excitement indicator is The Most Unusual Wedding Fair at the gorgeous Godwick Great Hall, we were at this one last year and it rocked. We saw lots of very happy brides & grooms and brides & brides who have already tied the knot with Buns of Fun officiating the cakery. Early next year is The Most Curious Wedding Fair in Norwich March 20th, this beautifully creative and artistic culmination of excellent artisans in a very atmospheric ancient City church. Another high flier for filling the diary with amazing ideas and inventive couples. We can’t wait!
If we’ve made it to a Wedding Fair you can bet your bottom dollar we are fully insured for public and private events. If you’re getting married locally you’re probably attending a wedding show near you. You can be assured that if we’ve arrived with cakes / flowers / favours or whatever we are demonstrating you can be happy in the knowledge we’ll get to your event in one piece too. We’re fully insured with public liability, have a grade 5 award for Food Hygiene from North Norfolk District Council, Food Allergen trained by ABC Food Law, Norwich, attended Peggy Porchens piping master class, Belgravia, London and awarded High Commended for Beautiful Baking with EDP Food & Drink Awards. We’ve also appeared in numerous articles in print (Brides magazine, Wedding magazine, Your Perfect Wedding, Your East Anglian Wedding) and blogs worldwide Burnetts boards, b.loved, Festival Brides, Want That Wedding, Wedding Sparrow, Wedding Bazaar
Where ever you’re heading to for Wedding inspiration or to find your cake maker, florist or dress maker please check they are insured, have relevant accreditations or certificates you make sure you have the most fabulous stress free day of your life.