I love all the alternative wedding fairs that are out there at the moment, and this one looks like the bees. I saw it popping up all over my Twitter and Bloglovin’ feeds, making me go ‘ooooh’ and ‘wow’, and so I asked if I could tell you all about it…
Back in early 2012 a wedding show like no other was born. It tumbled, devoid of elegance, from the crazy hearts and minds of three creative (but arguably a touch batty) wedding industry suppliers: Sassy, better known as Assassynation Photography; Jo, the creative wizard behind The Couture Company and Rawhide Corsets; and Vikki, the ethereal, floaty, fairytale-inspired designer behind Liliia.
Based on a desire to showcase the very best of the UK’s alternative wedding industry, they have searched high and low for some cracking, super talented and totally lovely suppliers, and dubbed them the Bad Ass Mother Flockers. These Mo Flos travel from all over the UK to inspire couples looking for something slightly or totally away from ‘the norm’.
What to expect? Well, previous shows have included stilt-walkers, a procession of gorgeous dresses on walkabout, and more amazing prizes in their treasure hunt than you can shake a stick at. A themed café, designed by Strange Case, will be a wonderful place to chill with a drink and something to eat while you decide which Mo Flo to visit next.
Mo Flos exhibiting
- Toast of Leeds photography
- Oh My Honey
- Le Keux
- Revive Me Boutique
- Crown and Glory
- Plastic Pantomime
- Disco Wed
- Elbie Van Eeden make-up artist
Venue: Fazeley Studios in Birmingham
Date: Sunday, November 3rd, 2013
Times: 11.30 am until 5 pm
Tickets: Advance £3 from the website, and £6 on-the-door
Kids: Don’t have any one to look after your little lambs? Simply bring them along, they get in free, and there will be fun things for them to do!
Here’s a video to show you more, more, more! By Frank Millar Videography
My little integrity bit
Although I’ve gotten my information, images and details from a press release, this was something I approached and asked the organisers if I could promote because I truly love this type of event. I’ve received nothing to publish this piece.