Margot’s Outdoor Extravaganza
Sunday 21 July at Thornton Woods in Titchfield
Margot’s Outdoor Extravaganza is being held on Sunday 21 July at Thornton Woods in Titchfield, Hampshire – beautiful private land that’s available to hire for weddings via Kissing Gate Events.
The Kissing Gate set up includes a traditional pole marquee, bell tents and a converted horse box bar. Their full set up will be on display and approximately 30 exhibitors will be showcasing their products and services. There are free workshops, a sparkle bar (to get you in festival mode), Segways, live entertainment, street food and the horse box bar will be open… with all this going on it would be rude not to have a Pimms surely?
The Kissing Gate Events team will be on hand to talk you through their different locations for wild weddings in Hampshire, and to discuss weddings at The Windmill Retreat in Somerset.
There’s the opportunity to book an appointment with Helen Ruff, organiser of the fair and editor of Margot’s Wedding magazine. She has more than ten years’ experience in the wedding industry and lots of local contacts, so if you’ve got any burning questions, pull up a pew (or perhaps a hay bale) and pick her brains!
A live styled bridal shoot will be taking place throughout the event. An exciting behind-the-scenes perspective of a professional editorial shoot.
Gather your bride tribe and make a day of it. Bring the kids, they’ll love the bell tents and the sparkle bar… and there’s a small merry go round too. Grooms-to-be usually recoil at the thought of wedding fairs but I’m sure they can be persuaded with the promise of beer, live music and Segways!
Tickets to Margot’s outdoor extravaganza can be booked in advance via Eventbrite (use the link below). The first 50 pre-booked brides receive a limited-edition canvas bag filled with goodies including a copy of Margot’s Wedding special issue (worth £4.95)
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