Clever East Food
Here are our 6 favourite suppliers, whose ears we’ll be bending at Lovebox Wedding Festival next Sunday, February 23, 1-5pm.
Beef or salmon be gone! Michelin star chef Oliver?Dunne will be on hand throughout the day to help you design your ultimate wedding feast. This is a unique opportunity to talk food with one of Ireland’s premier chefs.
These tasty creators will have their portfolio of delectably sweet creations on hand and will be available for cakey-based consultation.
We are im-pressed with the range of personalised paper beauts from this gang. Bring your moodboard to match your style with the perfect stationery story.
Smart tailoring and bespoke formalwear has a new destination. Collar and Cuff is turning heads and altering hemlines, with their Saville Row menswear vibe.
This vintage boutique will have some incredible one-off dresses on display for your perusal. Get there early, so you have more time to make like a silver screen goddess.
The tropi-cool gals over at Tropical Popical will be vamping up your nails with a splash of kitch and a dash of colour.
To encourage you out of bed of a Sunday, all those who register at the festival will be in with a chance of winning an overnight stay for two in the hotel, plus breakfast and dinner in Cleaver East. The first ten couples to pre-book an appointment will receive a voucher for cocktails in The Octagon Bar at The Clarence. Email [email protected] or call 01 685 3498?to book your spot (oh, and there’s free parking at Park Rite/Q Park in Christchurch for the first 20 couples through the door on the day).
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