What Peggy Did Next plan and design creative weddings and events across Hampshire, London and the South. Clients choose them for their wealth of experience and the highest standard of event management, both in styling and delivery.
The team are bringing together a wealth of local talent, and creative ideas, and hosting The Bridal Bazaar at The Grange, Hampshire on Sunday 7th April.
About the venue
Owned by the Baring family, with English Heritage having a guardianship on the Grade I listed building, The Grange is one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in Europe. First built in the 1660s, the house was dramatically saved from demolition in 1975 when it was taken into state care and now provides a striking venue for an annual opera festival. There are elements of the interior that words couldn’t do enough justice to describe. It’s fallen ceilings, crumbling archways, ancient murals and forgotten corners make things rather surreal when imagining the history behind them. The Grange is one of those places that invites you in and allows the imagination to run wild and play make believe with someone else’s reality.
About the event
The Bridal Bazaar and the 2019 shows will bring a slightly new twist. This will be the first time the venue has opened its doors for a wedding event and WPDN are thrilled to be trusted as the venues recommended planners and stylists. As always, they plan to bring together the most talented wedding suppliers in the South, but this time They will take you on a journey, providing ideas and inspiration for each part of your wedding day. You’ll enter into a playground of bridal prep, fashion and accessories. Watch live make up demos, visit the nail bar and speak to the experts about your dream look. You’ll then move through to a room dedicated to ideas of how to style your ceremony, the most monumental part of your day. Next up, ingenious ideas for your reception – both day and night, from table settings, to entertainment ideas, to delicious catering concepts and it goes without saying our cocktail bar on the Fancy Float will be open for you to sip and shop! Shop, I hear you say. Yes! Fear not, we haven’t ditched the marketplace. Once you have been dazzled by our insanely talented wedding suppliers, you’ll enter the Marketplace. Newlyweds selling on their wedding wares, pop up shops and independent makers showcasing their crafting talents. Least we forget the pop up cafe, catered by Rebecca Cooper, the incredible talent providing a gorgeous seasonal spread for those attending the estates Opera Festival and also their recommended caterer.
Sunday 7th April 2019.
11:30am – 3pm
For more details, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos from recent styled shoot at The Grange. Supplier credits:
Venue – THE GRANGE
Producer, creative director & stylist – WHAT PEGGY DID NEXT
Photographer – ANGELA WARD-BROWN
Film – ZACH & GRACE FILMS
Florist – STILL LIFE FLOWERS
Hair and Make Up – THE LIPSTICK GANGSTER
Models – Kai Odeyale & Tay Lai at BAME MODELS
Dresses – EXQUISITE BRIDAL COUTURE (Monroe by Stephanie Allin, Mia by Catherine Deane)
Bridal cape – CUPID BLUE BRIDAL
Tailoring – HEALY & SON
Accessories – ASHLEY WILD BRIDAL (Tigerlily, Doppler & Leopard veils, ivory fedora, Calyx
headband) + AGNES WALKER JEWELLERY (Tiny Fern combs and headband)
Bridal shoes – EMMY LONDON (Rebecca in Blush)
Cake – SPARKLE BAKES
Furniture hire – FOLLY HIRE
Crockery and glassware hire – ALLENS HIRE
Linens – MADAME DE LA MAISON
Concrete Plinths – THE GARDEN SOCIETY
Stationery – PENELOPE MARGOT DESIGN
Favour design – WHAT PEGGY DID NEXT