On Sunday the 13th January Artemis Stationery will be exhibiting at a Weddings and celebration fair at the Shrubbery Hotel in Ilminster.  It’s being arranged by Jean Pas from Prima Moda Brides and she’s kindly arranged for me to be able to share the story the local newspaper have wrote about the event.  Prima Moda Brides stocks a wide variety of bridal gowns and some of these are shown in the images above.  If you want to see some of the stationery Artemis Stationery will be showing take a look at the website.

For the best day of your life and the special ones in between

Not just another Wedding Fair! . . . on Sunday 13th January 2013, The Shrubbery Hotel in Ilminster will be host to the first Weddings and Celebrations Fair of its kind in Somerset.

With such a wide array of event-oriented companies in the area, Jean Pas of Prima Moda Brides, Ilminster, wanted to organise a celebrations fair to showcase more than just weddings.

There will be information, demonstrations and samples on show from a variety of companies, from a casino to hand-crafted jewellery and a disco to a cake-maker. Kelly Leigh Dance studio will also be holding demonstrations at 12.30pm and 3pm.

As well as hosting the event The Shrubbery Hotel will have a dressed table to show how your event could look.

Staff from Debenhams in Taunton will also be on hand to offer advice on their services.

Along with weddings Companies at the fair can also cater for:

• Christenings

• Birthdays

• Anniversaries

• Valentines

• Renewal of Vows

• Corporate Events

• Pampering for special days

• Photography

• Proms

Jean said “I hope this will inspire people to attend as you can see it is much more than a wedding fair. Think of all the other celebrations you will hold over the years”.

“The fair will be running from 10 am until 4pm on Sunday 13th January at the Shrubbery Hotel Ilminster, all the stand-holders look forward to meeting you.

“The day will also be in aid of the Epilepsy Society Charity to whom we are making donations.”

Jean chose to support the Epilepsy Society after working with a bride who suffers with the condition, and wanted to give some promotion to a lesser-known charity with a local connection.

Kirsty Swain from Ilminster was “over the moon” when Jean told her the fair would be raising money for the Epilepsy Society. As a regular fundraiser for the charity, Kirsty is keen to spread the word about epilepsy and how people can help those who suffer with it.

Kirsty’s seven-year old son Connor has learnt what to do and who to contact in an emergency.

Elizabeth Tidy will be representing the charity if anyone would like information.

For further information about the Weddings and Celebrations Fair please contact Jean on 01460 54600.