Adelaide brides-to-be will be heading for the hills this May with the highly anticipated second instalment of, Love Cherish Adore, showcasing its team of vendors at the Adelaide Hills Convention Centre.
Known as the real life Pinterest, Love Cherish Adore, is set to take wedding inspiration to new heights with forty new and much loved vendors showcasing their products across the upper and lower level of the venue on Sunday, May 27th.
“Boasting an unrivalled view of the local hills landscape and providing plenty of space for live entertainment, the Adelaide Hills Convention Centre is the perfect backdrop for Love Cherish Adore,” said Founder Susie Styler.
The boutique fair, which turns five this year, takes the stress out of saying ‘I do’ by providing couples with real-life wedding inspiration and introducing them to a network of talented wedding vendors.
New face, Base & Co, will help brides feel confident in their own skin as they make their journey down the aisle, with make up artist and founder, Rachel Lousie, helping women capture their own individual style.
Sure to capture the attention of the groom is new vendor, InStitchu, a brand new menswear tailor launching in Adelaide next month which uses a unique system of online measurement to create the perfect fitting suit without having to visit a shop.
“We want to make grooms also feel special about their big day, by offering a range of vendors that they can feel confident and excited to use,” said Susie Styler.
Making the journey from Strathalbyn is family-run business, Metal & Stone, which creates beautiful pieces of jewellery that hold a special story and will last for generations to come.
The fair will also showcase a range of experienced photographers, including new vendor, Kerry Rose Photography, who is passionate about telling couple’s love stories with creativity and in a natural and honest way.
For snap-happy guests, ‘Undisposable,’ provides wireless digital cameras with a combined instant printer so family and friends won’t miss a second of the action and have a keep sake to take home.
Also onboard is recently launched, Kombi Keg, a mobile bar which serves drinks out the side of a 1976 VW Kombi van from Surf Street, Port Macquarie.
The team of forty vendors at Love Cherish Adore are all local, independent businesses, which thrive off making each couple’s big day so memorable.
“We are so passionate about supporting local vendors as they work extremely long, unsociable hours and sacrifice time with friends and family to deliver a top class product or service.
“We want couples to see first hand how vendors can collaborate with one another to achieve stunning results,” said Susie Style.
Love Cherish Adores’ next wedding fairs will be held on the 27th of May at the Adelaide Hills Convention Centre and the 16th of September at Plant 4 Bowden. Tickets are free, but those who pre-register for $10 will receive of copy of issue 3 and 4 of Love Cherish Adore’s magazine.