Fever London, tucked away behind the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street showcased their beautiful wedding collection at their very own – and very first – wedding fair on Thursday.
Stepping off the busy Eastcastle Street into Fever London, I was greeted with a chilled glass of bubbly, and a piece of wedding cake from Cakefully Yours was thrust into my hand – ANY event that gives me fizz and cake is always going to have a hard time getting rid of me… Luckily for Fever (and the cake, and my diet), I did have a train to catch at 3pm.
Running from 12-8pm, brides were encouraged to come in on their lunch breaks (which one did, and got her hair done by Alexyi, then had to go back to work with a full bridal up-do!), or after work.
It was an interesting concept, as most wedding fairs are held on a weekend, and are totally and utterly packed. The wedding fair at Fever was perfect, as people were able to look around at their own pace, it wasn’t heaving with brides, and you could pick out your dresses to the dulcet tones of jazz singer Eve from Jazz in Paris.
I was able to try on a few dresses, amble around the store talking to other brides and bloggers, and eat cake. A few got their hair done, but most were just very happy to look around the store with a glass of bubbly, trying on beautiful dresses, and having a good gossip (and some cake!).
The brides I spoke to were really impressed with the fair, as it’s different to the usual huge ones held at hotels, or wedding venues. It was really relaxed, with a unique vintage feel.
Here are a few images from the wedding fair… enjoy!
For the full range of Fever London’s wedding collection, check it out here.