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Curious Fair, maker of magical masks and headpieces just perfect for alternative weddings, has been on my radar for a couple of years now. Being a huge fan of the theatrical, and how you can introduce that into your wedding, I love seeing what founders Natalie and Guy come up with next. And this is an exciting bit of news I bring to you today because they’re bringing the Fair amongst you with a pop-up shop and Day of the Dead workshop!! Over to Natalie!

Curious Fair is opening a pop-up shop in Norwich from the 6th-18th October, 2015, just in time for Hallowe’en.

“The pop-up shop will include our full collection, plus a few extras, including animal masks, feather headdresses and alternative hen do pieces.

“As part of the pop-up shop, we’re also offering a Day Of The Dead inspired silk flower crown workshop on Saturday 17th Oct. The workshop is £25 per person, which includes bubbly, nibbles and all materials needed – perfect for a girly night out! Spaces are limited, so please book in advance.

“You can buy tickets online or by emailing me at to book a space!”

Pop-up Shop Details

* Location – Studio 20, 20 Wensum Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 1HY
* Dates & Times – Tuesday 6th October to Sunday 18th October, 2015 (Mon-Sun 9am-6pm)
* Book tickets via this Eventbrite link

Day Of The Dead Silk Flower Crown Workshop Details

* Location – Studio 20, 20 Wensum Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 1HY
* Date & Time – Saturday 17th October (6pm-8pm)
* Book tickets via this Eventbrite link

The Story of Curious Fair

“Inspired by nature, we mainly work with feathers to create our statement animal masks and other curious creations. With a degree and postgraduate training in set and costume design for the stage, Curious Fair’s founder Natalie originally created costumes, sets and headdresses for shows in London. After being commissioned to create a set of headdresses for a private party, she set up her online shop.

“Our collection of headpieces are perfect for Hallowe’en, festivals, weddings, hen parties and other themed events. We are thrilled to include Florence Welch (Florence & The Machine), Rebecca Mason (Art Director Porter Magazine), Saatchi + Saatchi, and The V&A among past clients and owners of our curious headpieces. We also create bespoke headpieces for anyone who wants a completely unique design.”