One Fine Day Wedding Fair – Win a Double Pass!

 

One Fine Day Wedding Fair is a wonderful alternative being offered to couples getting married. It brings together unique and creative vendors for couples to get inspiration for their upcoming weddings.

South Coast Party Hire is so excited to be a part of the next One Fine Day Sydney on Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th September 2013 at Sun Studios Alexandria, and we have a double pass to give away!

To enter all you need to do is tell us what unique and interesting spin you have used to inspire you for the planning of your wedding! As you all know I am always looking for new and unique ways for my client to get inspiration so I thought this would be the perfect way to share ideas!

Competition closes Monday 26th August 2013 at 5pm and I will announce the winner on Tuesday 27th August 2013

Good luck

xxx

PS Tickets are on sale at www.onefinedayweddingfair.com.au

4 responses to “One Fine Day Wedding Fair – Win a Double Pass!

  1. We have decided to get married on a hill near the mouth of the Minnamurra River. We love spending time there so it is a special place for us. We have then decided on a garden party in the hills close by. Our main aim is for our guests to party on as the sun sets over the rolling hills of the South Coast region. Of course we will have a marquee for back-up! You never know.

  2. The whole planning experience has been so inspiring so far I am really enjoying meeting the vendors we will work with and brainstorming ideas.. From mis matched tables to feasting food options and the very important dance floor size and positioning.
    I was overwhelmed until I was introduced by the amazing White Rabbit Projects to the equally amazing SCPH , Merribee and Duck Duck Goose.
    So excited to bring it all together and can’t wait for the day to come!
    #januarywedding
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  3. My fiancé is Burundian (African) so we will be married here in Aus and also have a ceremony in Burundi. Our sim for our wedding in Aus has been to take elements of inspiration from traditional Burundian dress, culture and decor. We are using Burundian materials for colour inspiration and drawing out inspiration from Burundian flowers, ibisek, style of dress and practices. Not to be forgotten THE DANCING!!

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