Wight Wedding Blog

Isle of Wight Wedding Event this weekend!

 

Weddings, Parties & Events Showcase

The Regency Suite, Shanklin Conservative club, Shanklin

Sunday January 13th 2013

11am - 3pm and free to attend 

That's Service Party Shop are bringing you another wedding event this year on the Isle of Wight, nice and early to get those wedding planning juices flowing. There will be a combination of wedding and event businesses exhibiting and will provide an opportunity to watch a catwalk featuring Elizabeth Smith wedding and bridesmaid dresses, hen party costumes modelled and dresses from Posh Frocks of Cowes. 

We are a great lover of the wedding event here at Wight Wedding days because it is a nice wedding orientated day out where you can get ideas and inspiration from the suppliers in the wedding industry on the Island. They are all really friendly and you can meet some great people in the process too. 

Personalize are a listed business on our directory who offer venue dressing, personalised gifts and garments. 

If you need more information then you can call Lynn of That's Service Party Shop on 01983 866622. 

Have a great time and let us know how it goes.

Wight Wedding Days X

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