Wedding planning priorities at Bride: The Wedding Show at Ascot Racecourse
30 Jan 2017
Get your wedding planning well underway at Bride: The Wedding Show at Ascot Racecourse, running from March 11-12
From the venue to your dress and the cake to your car, here are just some of the businesses that you should prioritise at Bride: The Wedding Show at Ascot Racecourse from March 11-12.
Always Chauffeur, Stand number: 249
Always Chauffeur is your local Berkshire-based vintage and modern wedding car company, supplying stunning cars for your special day. Always Chauffeur's largest vehicle can transport up to nine passengers at one time, allowing you to celebrate the special moments together. All cars are supplied with a complimentary bottle of bubbly and no VAT added on top.
Celebration Cakes by Catherine Scott, Stand number: 74
Pay a visit to the Celebration Cakes stand and be wowed by the mouthwatering masterpieces on offer. Catherine will be able to detail the latest trends, which include rustic themes, rich metallic tones and jewel colours. Catherine also notes lots of warm rose gold and bronze combinations teamed with pretty pastel florals and darker accents of plum, purple and burgundy.
Classic Car Hire, Stand number: 245
Arrive in style to your big day in one of Classic Car Hire's elegant vehicles. Add that fairytale touch to your wedding and create memories that will last a lifetime. Classic Car Hire offers a choice of more than 30 cars, ranging from traditional wedding cars to something a bit different.
Cantley House Hotel, Stand number: 217
Cantley House Hotel is a beautiful wedding venue set within 50 acres of stunning Berkshire countryside. Located on the outskirts of Wokingham, this privately owned boutique hotel offers everything you could need for your special wedding day.
Rusty and Roses, Stand number: 223
Rusty and Roses offers many unique services: luxury campervan transport, photobooths inside campervans, vintage caravans, and even a run-around interactive wall photobooth - all with the latest technology. Offering detailed venue decorations, from budget to bespoke, and including lighting and flowers, Rusty and Roses has also introduced mini foods catering and an ice cream trike for 2017.
Eloise Alice, Stand number: 106
Visit Eloise Alice to create your own bespoke wedding gown or choose one from the Eloise Alice collection. Every gown is made and designed to your style and shape. Eloise Alice will be exhibiting her popular bridal capes - providing an elegant way to cover the shoulders or enhance the bride's evening look, as well as the 'Evelyn' gown - featuring a beaded lace top with capulet sleeves and a fun flapper-style feathered skirt.
The Cake Fairy, Stand number: 23
Visit The Cake Fairy for all your wedding cake needs and the latest trends which include white-on-white - still a big hit this year, taking inspiration from bridal gowns or delicate floral arrangements then adding lustre for accent to the design. Frills are also still very popular with pastel ombre colours being brought into the mix.
ThisBus.com, Stand number: 231
Providing vintage London double-decker buses for your special day, ThisBus.com offers a fantastic transport option that will put a smile on all your guests' faces. ThisBus.com will be giving away free personalised destination blinds for every bus booked through the show.
Funky Flowers by Kate Thomas, Stand number: 148
For 2017, natural and organic is still a popular style but it is being designed with copper, brass and golds as the accent colour in table accessories, lanterns and mirrors. Kate Thomas also suggests asymmetrical hand tied designs with a real mixture of flowers and plant materials to add a real interest to the bridal flowers, along with mixed boutonniere designs. Just think outside the box for a more individual style to your wedding and see Kate to discuss your flowers in more detail.
For more information on Bride: The Wedding Show at Ascot Racecourse, visit http://www.bridetheweddingshow.co.uk/show/ascot/, where you can view exhibitor profiles and buy tickets. Tickets for the show are £5 each or £15 for a group of four in advance. Tickets are £7.50 each on the day.