Shelley Prowse Davis Independent Celebrant

Personal Wedding Ceremonies and Baby Naming Celebrations in London, Cambridge, Suffolk and Birmingham

The Alternative Wedding Fair, London, 22nd January 2012

If you have seen my twitter feed recently, you’ll be in no doubt as to what I’m doing on Sunday!

The 22nd of January sees London’s first ever Alternative Wedding Fair taking place at the Piccadilly Institute.  From 11am-4pm, Brides and Grooms will be able to meet the exhibitors. There is also a fashion show taking place at 1pm for those of you who want to see real women strutting their stuff in some extraordinary dresses!

On my stand there will be a selection of different ceremony ideas to show how much more ‘you’ leather wedding bouquetyour wedding ceremony could be, ranging from Rockabilly to Burlesque, Classic to Handfasting and other much weirder ideas!  Come and talk to us about having the day you want.  There will also be a bouquet from the amazing English Leather Rose Company available to view. Louise doesn’t do wedding fairs as she only has so many places available for producing these bouquets in one year, so I am very lucky that she has let me show you this one at the fair.

On the day, I will also be making a very special offer to all Couples who visit my stand and book by the end of February, so do come up and say hello.



Other exhibitors include:

Elizabeth Armstrong  – Lisa creates bespoke, made to measure wedding gowns and specialises in designs that are a little different from the traditional wedding dress. She loves anything alternative, period inspired, vintage, quirky and individual.

alternative wedding fair cake


Restoration Cake creates bespoke wedding cakes and cupcakes that are fit for a king!  Or even a queen – how divine is this cake?  They can do beautiful vegan and GF wedding cakes too!








Postscript Events approach each wedding individually, getting to know their couples and using retro wedding room gramaphonethis knowledge to create a truly unique day that reflects their personalities and lifestyles.They believe that a couple’s big day should be all about them, their interests and favourite things.  all of the little things that make them who they are should be included in their big day.





Hope to see you there!

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This entry was posted on 18 January 2012 by in Essex Celebrant, London Celebrant, Wedding.
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