The Success of The Riverside Hotel Wedding Fayre

Yesterday we exhibited at The Riverside Hotel’s Wedding Fayre in Branston, Burton-on-Trent. As we said before it was our first wedding fayre for a long time, so how did we do?

At the start of the day, the amount of foot fall was great and people did seem interested in our stall which got us excited. It was nice to see 2017 couples looking at what they can hire locally even though they were unsure when in 2017 they wanted to get married.

We cannot say everyone was interested in videography as it isn’t to everyones taste or it is seen as a luxury item that might be left until the end. We did receive a few comments as people walked by but you expect that and remain positive about your business. We still had fun!

Although there were negatives about the day, we had some fantastic responses from couples just looking for ideas. People who had never considered videography before loved our work and after explaining the pros of having a wedding video people warmed to the idea. We answered questions anyone had about videography and what they would receive for their money.

Overall I would say the day was great, we engaged in lots of couples and parents considering many options for their wedding day 🙂

We thought we would mention some of the suppliers that exhibited at the wedding fayre and were great to us especially as we are new to their wedding suppliers family.


Paul Ace, Musician –

Alison Evans Bridalwear –

Weddings & Flowers R Us –

Lemon Balloon Cakes –

Stuart at Capital Limousines –

Pioneer Roadshows and Events –

Spirit Wedding Services –

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