After the roaring success last year of Bristol’s first alternative wedding fair, Weird and Wonderful Wedding World has announced a second year of fabulous weirdness this April at the At-Bristol Science Centre – a wedding venue with a true ‘wow’ factor.
Emily Fisher (of Fishee Designs Photo Booth) and Ali Cook (of the popular Bristol Vintage Fair) are the masterminds behind this one-of-a-kind wedding fair. Their vision was to create a completely unique wedding show that would meet the needs of Bristol’s creative couples looking to get married this year.
At last year’s fair, Fisher and Cook proved that there is definitely a market for couples looking for something a bit different to your ‘standard traditional wedding’, seeing more than 300 brides come through their doors. Their emphasis is on quality over quantity so that their guests truly find the unique wares, vendors and ideas that they can’t find elsewhere.
“We are so excited about encouraging a unique offering for couples so that they can make their day reflect their personalities instead of conforming to how the wedding industry says it ‘should’ be done!” says Fisher. (Note: To see just a taste of Fisher and Cook’s creativity, check out their amazing Willy Wonka bridal shoot!)
Just a few highlights that you can expect on the day:
- Stunning views from the Northside balcony, a true urban and classic mix as you overlook modern architecture next to the Bristol Cathedral
- Enjoy people-watching over Millenium Square or from the silver sphere Planetarium
- Bridal catwalk fashion shows
- Jugglers, magicians, living statues
- Entry into the science centre while perusing the region’s most unique wedding suppliers
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. 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!
The event runs on Saturday, 26th April from 3-8pmat At-Bristol Science Centre.
Tickets can be ordered on the website for £3 in advance (£5 at the door).