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Christchurch Wedding Fair

Media Release

Monday 28 July 2014

Christchurch Wedding Fair

24 Aug @ Cossars Wine Shed, Tai Tapu, 10am – 3pm

After the success of the other fairs nationwide we are bringing Christchurch something new again:

Coco Lily Events have decided to follow the international trend and create a fully styled Wedding Fair. Created by the best local boutique vendors, that have been hand picked to help inspire you & make your Wedding day everything you dreamed it would be. This will be a creative bridal showcase, filled with full event styling, live entertainment, local food, coffee & wine. It’s about creating an overall experience as opposed to separate stalls for vendors.

The venue has been broken up into four styled zones, so you can visually see, touch, taste and even purchase what our amazing teams have to offer you. The themes for our zones this year are Bohemian Glam, Woodlands Winter, Beachside Romance and Industrial Chic. In each zone you will see the work from our stylists, caterers, florists, cake designers, stationers, makeup artists, photographers and a whole lot more!

To keep you inspired some of our vendors have some fabulous opportunities for you to experience while at the Fair this year. We will have a vintage styled Lemonade Stand to keep you refreshed as you browse. You can have a little fun being snapped in our photo booth and even get prettied up with a mini makeover by one of our Make up Artists. There is also going to be a great opportunity for couples wanting to get a taste for being in front of the camera before your big day. Photographer Tegan Johnson is offering Mini Engagement Photo Sessions, which you will even be able to take home a couple of sweet images to share with your family & friends.

Tickets are on sale now through iTicket and for more information see www.nzweddingfairs.co.nz

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