Do you plan to get married in the near future? Do you already have a ‘Must Do’ list as long as your top table? Do you want to make that special day extra special? Do you not quite know where to start?
If you can answer “I Do” to any of the above, then you’ll find what you’re looking for at the free Worthing Wedding Fair coming to the Town Hall from 10am on Sunday 21st August 2016. Whether you’re looking for wedding bouquets, cakes, photographers or favours, this is a date in your wedding planner not to be missed!
Recently licensed as a marriage venue, Worthing’s beautiful heritage Town Hall will become your destination for a day of wedding related bliss. Local companies will be available throughout 21st August to talk through your ideas about what will make your perfect day and to see how they can help turn your dreams for the start of a life-happily-ever-after into reality.
Companies available on the day will include:
- Flowers 4
- Ren’s Kitchen
- Sussex Party Shop
- Sarah Milner – Violinist
- Rosebud Makeup and Beauty
- Walter Smith Flowers
- The Sussex Wedding Company
- Tan’s Tasty Cakes
- Twinkle Twist events
- The Wedding Boutique
More local businesses are being added in the lead-up to the event, so please keep checking the Worthing Town Hall Weddings website (link below) to see the latest news!
In addition to meeting the local companies who can make your wedding day perfect, you will get a chance to look around Worthing Town Hall to see what the beautiful building offers you on your special day. Built in 1933 and with a recently refurbished gallery suite (including the stately Mayor’s Parlour), Worthing Town Hall offers a unique place to share your wedding vows.
The Town Hall has only recently been licensed as a marriage venue, following a decision by Worthing Borough Council early in 2016.
Worthing’s newest Wedding Fair is free to attend and doors to the Town Hall open at 10am on Sunday 21st August. For more information prior to the day, and to see the latest additions to the stand-holder lists, please visit: