The Bristol Vintage Wedding Fair has closed it’s doors for another year. We’ll be taking a short break but will return at some point in the near future – so keep your eyes peeled for future events.
The last Bristol Vintage Wedding fair took place on Sunday, 29th January at Clifton Pavilion, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3HA. Doors opened at 10.30 am and closed at 4.00 pm. Details of previous exhibitors are displayed on our wedding fair blog.
The harp is an exquisite instrument, both to look at and for setting the perfect, unforgettable, atmosphere for your event. Amanda is a harpist with a difference! Classically trained, she has gone on to perform with Jamie Cullum and Dannii Minogue and is in great demand for recordings, functions and events with style! Her music […]Read more
Visitors to Days of Grace are always amazed at their vast choice of dresses. Photograph courtesy of Claire MacIntyre Photography Linda Duriez has been a collector for many years since she first moved to Devon at the end of the 1970s where, with a passion for lace, she began to amass her collection. The range […]Read more
Our vintage wedding fair wouldn’t be the same without the music of The Marionettes – the fabulous Bristol-based 1940’s 3-part harmony trio. If you’re looking for vintage entertainment these ladies are the bees knees, with an amazing repertoire of mainly 1940’s songs, as well as some modern classics and their showreel gives a great taste of […]Read more
De Winton Paper Co is a boutique design studio based in Devon that specialises in modern calligraphy, fine art wedding stationery and decorative illustration. Launched in 2015, Harriet de Winton has created beautiful stationery and artwork for many weddings and photoshoots and her collections can be seen on her website. Photography – Evoke Pictures […]Read more
We are so happy Ruth is joining us as an exhibitor for this fair after being our official photographer earlier this year. Although not exhibiting at the last fair (as she had just become a new mummy to Elena), Ruth took photos of our exhibitors, their stands, the musicians, models and the general buzz of […]Read more
I have been slightly obsessed with The Wedding Reporter for several years. Brought up on romantic black and white films, I’ve always felt that those perfect moments in your life should somehow be recorded, so I love photography and video but The Wedding Reporter captures every important part of your day in the most magical […]Read more
We’re so looking forward to having Rose Popay, the Wedding Painter, back with us at next year’s fair. She’s a total one-off and an amazing addition to any wedding. If you’re looking for something fun for your guests on the big day as well as a gift that they can contribute to, then Rose fits […]Read more
When you decide you’re getting married one of the first things you think about is letting people know, and sending out your Save the Date cards can sometimes be the first time you share the great news with your friends and family. That’s when you realise you need Retropress! Retropress is the baby of Kate […]Read more
We’re thrilled to welcome back Emma Norton Wedding Flowers to this year’s fair. Emma’s beautiful, romantic, fairytale flowers are every bride’s dream. Having worked with flowers since she was a teenager, Emma’s experience and eye for detail are second to none. With so many years’ experience Emma realised her real passion lay in weddings and so […]Read more
We’re really excited to introduce our latest new exhibitor to the fair. If your idea of heaven is a romantic, elegant accessory, then you’ll want to visit I Do Vintage Bridal‘s stand. Adah Wellman is the creative brains behind this lovely company, making bridal capes and specialising in feature capelets, perfect for the bride and her […]Read more