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The Westmorland Gazette wedding fair inspires budding brides-to-be
4:46pm Sunday 27th October 2013 in News
BLUSHING brides-to-be flocked to Troutbeck for The Westmorland Gazette’s wedding fair.
Romance was in the air as couples gathered at the Broadoaks Country House Hotel to find inspiration for their big day.
Guests were treated to a glass of bubbly as they entered, as local wedding singer John Penn entertained the crowd.
Representatives from local businesses offering traditional wedding musts, such as, photographers, bridal wear and the all important wedding cake were in attendance.
But there we more unique stalls for couples to explore – the wedding photo booth was particularly popular, with people intrigued to explore the dressy up box full of wigs and cowboy hats.
Chris Hillman, from Photo Booth Hire, said: “Photo booths are starting to become very popular at weddings and here in the North West, popularity is really starting to grow.
“We have started taking bookings for 2015.”
Bride-to-be, Lesley-Anne Moyles, from Bowness, is getting married in June 2014. She said: “I’m just here to get the final bits and bobs. We still need to book entertainment and we need to get the all important cake too.”
Another quirky addition to the wedding fair was a party jukebox from Kendal-based company, S.A.P Pro Audio. They bought a jukebox four weeks ago in the hopes of offering something different for the all important evening entertainment.
Director, Samuel Panter said: “The juke box has over 30,000 tracks, including every top 40 hit since 1952. It gives guests something to do, letting them pick the songs for the night.”
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