By Webteam - 24th February 2013 7:01am
On Sunday 3rd March 2013, Combermere Abbey, one of the North West's most romantic award-winning wedding venues, will host a Spring Wedding Fayre in partnership with Wedding Link.
The Fayre will take place from 11.00am until 3.00pm and will be an ideal opportunity for guests to view the stunning Glasshouse in the heart of the fruit tree maze in the Victorian Walled Gardens of the Abbey, and the Walled Garden Pavilion.
Complementing this enchanting venue, the county's most exclusive wedding suppliers will be in attendance at this Fayre, exhibiting fine collections of accessories, stationery, fashion, fireworks, photography and other services.
New to this Spring Wedding Fayre is Mariée (www.mariee.co.uk). Located in nearby Nantwich, this exclusive bridal boutique was established in 2006 by couture designer, Kate Britton. There will be two fashion shows, at noon and 2.00pm in The Glasshouse, providing guests with a confection of exquisite bridal wear.
There will also be a Marriage Ceremony Presentation by Crewe and Macclesfield Registrars at 1.00pm in The Glasshouse.,
Canapés will be provided by the Abbey's nominated caterer Sue-Le-Bonne, and drinks, including non-alcoholic fruit cocktails using the Abbey's own produce, by Gorilla Bars.
Entry to the Fayre and car parking is complimentary.
For Wedding Fayre enquiries please contact: www.weddinglink.co.uk or
Hannah Ward or Kris Beaumont — 0161 925 4289
For wedding enquiries at The Glasshouse and The Walled Garden Pavilion please contact:
Sarah Hulse — 01948 871662 or
email — firstname.lastname@example.org
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