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Our First Blog Entry - Bic Wedding Exhibition

This weekend we exhibited at the BIC Wedding Exhibition in Bournemouth, 

Hosted by the BIC we can not thank the staff enough for all the hard work they put in to make this such a great exhibition.

The three day show was not only a great opportunity for us to showcase some of the work we offer, but also a great time to network with some other amazing suppliers, It would be lovely to give them all a shout out but there is just too many to say but they no who they are!

We took the chance to launch a brand new item to St-events, We restored an original wrought iron Pub sign back to bare metal, straightened, painted and had a Wooden Frame made to hang on the original hooks, The Frame can be personalised for your wedding with optional flowers.  This proved very popular throughout the weekend with it being something so unique we were not too suprised. We also displayed the new Mr and Mrs Framed stand that we launched at the Hilton back in October. This is a real show stopper! Its now booked to travel as far a field as London, once again its unique one off hand crafted is what draws so much attention.

The Exhibition offered some amazing cat walk fashion shows, live entertainment, a Prosecco van and just about everything you thought you needed or didn't no you needed for your big day!  Casino Tables, Cake makers, photographers, photo booths, just about everything. 

On our stand at St-events we could be seen showing samples of different colour sashes on our chair covers, Its interesting to see how many different colours where opted for, it would be very difficult to say the most popular of the weekend but im going to go with Blush Pink! 

It was a real pleasure for us to meet so many couples excited about planning their big day and helping them put ideas they have and guiding them in the best way we can to create their dream wedding, after all our motto is your only limit is your imagination!

The weekend was a huge success for us but most importantly we hope all the Brides and Grooms to be found it beneficial to the planning of their special day ahead! 

Next weekend we will be exhibiting at the Hilton in Bournemouth and setting up at the Lighthouse in Poole so please do come and say hello if you can!

12th feb 2018 - st-events

The Royal Wedding build up by Pheline

Hello, here is Pheline again. I hope everyone feels well.

Only few days left to the royal wedding. Exciting! Everyone is in wedding fever.

What happens, where and when on 19 May? Here are some facts to not miss anything.

At 9 am 2640 members of the public arrive the Windsor Castle. Between 9.30 am and 11 am the wedding guests will arrive.

At 11.20 am the groom and his best man will walk down from the castle and wave to crowds before entering by the West Steps of the chapel. The bride with her mother Doria will travel by car to the castle via the Long Walk.

The wedding ceremony will start at 12 pm. After their marriage the royal couple emerge on the West Steps for the carriage procession through Windsor. At 7 pm Price Harry and Meghan leave the castle for Frogmore House for a private evening.

You can see the wedding on Tv or there are a lot of venues where you can see the wedding live.

Here are some interesting facts about the wedding! Enjoy it.

A like aisle. Meghan is walking up the aisle on the arm of her father Thomas.

B like bridesmaids. Harry’s niece Princess Charlotte will be a bridesmaid or flower girl.

C like carriage. After the ceremony the royal couple emerge on the West Steps for the carriage procession through Windsor.

D like dress. It is a secret.

E like eve. The bride and groom will spend the night before their wedding apart.

F like Frogmore house. The bride and groom and 200 of their guests will move to Frogmore House for the evening reception.

G like guests. Harry and Meghan’s guest list are limited to around 600.

H like Hollywood. Meghan has given up a successful acting career to start her new life in Britain with Harry.

I like invitation. The invitations sent out in March and printed in gold and black around the edge.

J like Justin Welby. He will officiate as Harry and Meghan make their vows.

K like Kiss. Royal fans will be hoping the couple will share their first public kiss as husband and wife on the West Steps of St. George’s Chapel.

L like Long walk. More than 100,000 well-wishers are expected to travel to Windsor to experience the day.

M like Mother of the bride. Both will travel together to Windsor Castle in a car selected from the Queen’s fleet of Bentleys, Daimlers and Rolls-Royces.

N like New-born. Harry said, “One step at a time, and hopefully we will start a family in the near future.”

O like Order of service. It will be published in the morning of the 19th of May on the royal family’s official website.

P like presents. What do you want, if you have everything?

Q like Queen. The Majesty will see the bride’s grown before the big day to give it her seal of approval.

R like Rings. The ring is a yellow gold band with three diamonds. The central stone is from Botswana, a country dear to both and is flanked by two smaller diamonds from Harry’s late mother Diana.

S for Security. Armed and unarmed officers, mounted police and search dogs will patrol the area.

T like Thomas Markle. He lives in Mexico and is flying to the UK to walk his daughter up the aisle.

U like Uniform. Harry will wear a Marines uniform at his wedding, which he took over from his grandfather.

V like Vows. It remains to be seen whether Meghan promises to “obey” her husband.

W like William. Prince William is looking forward to his role as best man.

X like Exes. Harry has remained on good terms with serval of his former girlfriend’s, leading to speculation that they may be guests at his wedding.

Y like yellow. The wedding cake will be a lemon and elderflower sponge cake. The cake will be covered in buttercream and decorated with fresh flowers.

Z like Zara. Zara Tindall is one of Harry’s closest friends in the royal family and she will be only too delighted to share her cousin’s big day.

Now you are well prepared for the wedding 😊

Last weekend Lisa and Steve was in London. One day they visit the Windsor Castle, where the wedding takes place.

Lisa and I took pictures for Instagram with royal staff.

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I find it fascinating how many shops there are where you can buy items for the wedding. It is a great experience to see this here in my time.

Unfortunately, I cannot see the wedding because I fly back to Germany that day. I hope I can see something at the airport. I think many people in Germany will also be watching the wedding.

St-Events wishes the couple all the best for the future!!

Lovely, Pheline.