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  • Meg Senior

I’m coming to a wedding show near you!

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Wedding shows that aren't gross

I don’t do a lot of wedding shows because, frankly, I hate doing the hard sell thing. In my experience lots of suppliers at wedding shows seem to be keen on shilling their wares in a slightly pushy, fake-friendly way.

And it gives me the ick.

But thankfully I’ve found a few wedding shows that aren’t like that at all. There are smaller shows that provide a platform for indie wedding suppliers (like me!) to chat with couples in a more natural environment. Thank goodness.

So this year you won’t find me at any of the biggie exhibition wedding shows. You know the ones with rows and rows of magicians and diet pill companies? However I will be attending a few, highly curated shows which have a more laid-back atmosphere.

First up this year is the legendary Un-Wedding Show. AND… I’ve got a couple of pairs of tickets to give away too! Read on to find out how to get your hands on them.

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The Un-Wedding Show Sheffield

Fun fact: The first wedding show I ever attended was the Un-Wedding Show in Shoreditch. It is exactly my pace and the type of couples I work with feel right at home there. It’s non-stop party vibes, zero stuffiness, and a bunch of the wedding industry's most unique and creative wedding suppliers.

So obviously I was made up when Mel, the woman behind the Un-Wedding, decided to come back to her Sheffield roots and put on a show up here, for us Northerners!

Mel has been so supportive of me for the past couple of years. She has the best wedding directory The Book of Love. And she takes care to fill her shows with suppliers that care about their couples as individual humans, not as pound signs to churn a service out for. Basically she’s iconic.

This month she’s back again at one of Sheffield’s most iconic wedding and event venues: Trafalgar Warehouse. I am buzzing to be showcasing alongside other local suppliers, who IMO are basically the best in the business when it comes to not-boring weddings.

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Come visit me at the Un-Wedding Show Sheffield

Aside from getting to see me (if that’s not enticement enough) the Un-Wedding Show Sheffield will be a top day out. There will be live music performances throughout the day from Yorkshire's finest Start to Finish Music and Married to The Music. Drinks will be served at the bar all afternoon.

As well as admission, you’ll get serious good egg karma with your ticket because 50% of all ticket sales will be donated to local charity the Sarah Nulty Power of Music Foundation.

If you’re local to Sheffield you’ll already be aware of what a legend Sarah Nulty is and was. She directed the Tramlines Festival until she passed away a few years ago. Her legacy lives on through this incredible charity which you can find out about here.

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Get your FREE Un-Wedding Show tickets

The date for your diaries folks is Sunday 26th March. Come down on the day and you’ll meet gorgeous, kind, approachable suppliers. What are you waiting for? You can buy tickets online here.

I have two pairs of FREE general admission tickets to giveaway. If you’d like to get your hands on these glorious freebies then send me a message via my contact page. The only condition I have is that you come and visit me at the show so I can hear all about your wedding.

Be quick – It’s first come, first served. And I need to hear from you by Thursday 23rd March at the latest. I can’t wait to see you there!


All the images on this page were taken at the Un-Wedding Show Shoreditch by the photography QUEEN that is Natalia Paulina.

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