How would you like to win the chance to have your own wedding stylist for the day?
Kirsten Butler, aka The Little Wedding Helper, is offering all visitors to next year’s Bristol Vintage Wedding Fair the chance to win her styling services. All you have to do is visit her stand at the Fair on March 10th and be sure to leave your details. After the Fair, our very own Ali Cook will draw the lucky winner – the prize being their very own Little Wedding Helper to help style their big day (up to 100 guests).
If you haven’t thought about wedding styling, it’s well worth having a chat with Kirsten. She’s an Award Winning stylist (voted regional winner in the ‘Special Touches’ category for the South West Wedding Industry Awards 2012) who helps couples across Bristol and the South West to stop worrying about ‘how it should be done’, instead creating and styling a wedding that’s uniquely theirs, from start to finish.
Whether your taste is retro, vintage or modern, Kirsten is your go to woman if you don’t want to have to worry about a single aspect of how your venue or marquee is going to look and feel. If you’re struggling with ideas, overwhelmed with the choice out there or have the vision but need someone to bring it to life then The Little Wedding Helper can help. She's not a wedding planner, but that extra pair of hands to focus on all styling elements of your big day. She works alongside hotel staff and wedding coordinators and will ensure the venue is transformed while you’re getting ready. Specialising in marquee decoration, her on-the-day styling service means you can enjoy the build up of your wedding day whilst the inside and outside of the marquee are being decorated with love and exquisite attention to detail.
From styling, to hiring and plenty of inspiration along the way, The Little Wedding Helper is a vintage girl at heart. You can find her on Twitter and Facebook, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her direct on 07726 911951 to start getting creative. Her website is a treasure trove of gorgeous photos (c/o Sam Gibson photography), just like the ones featured here from a recent wedding at Goldbrick House using our very own Bristol Vintage China.