After a decade in the industry, we got pretty fed up with the 'sea of trestle tables' format of the average wedding fair, and wanted to do something more interactive, more stylish and more fun. Something that really gave each supplier an opportunity to be creative and for guests to enjoy themselves.
2) With the Wedding Industry taking over the world and Wedding Shows become more common, what sets yours apart from the crowd?
Being wedding planners ourselves we know amazing suppliers that we've worked with before so we started by getting them on board. We've also stayed true to our brand of rulebook-free weddings so we've got some wonderful suppliers that you might not normally associate with a wedding such as a temporary tattoo stand, glitter artist and biscuit sculpter.
Of course there are lots of things you would expect from a wedding show - bridal designer, florist, photographer etc... but they are all modern in style and brilliant in quality.
3) Revelry Events are known for bending the rules, what contemporary features should we expect from Unruly?
There will be some entertaining surprises! We'll say no more about that. It's also very interactive with free workshops such as vow writing and calligraphy, skin care consultations from beauty brand Arbonne. Plus it will look on fleek as a Kardashian might say.
Greenery is still riding high so that will be prevalent, but we'll also have pops of hot pink just to add a bit of punch to the day. The show itself will be across two floors in a warehouse space which is a venue trend in itself.
5) We're food obsessed, what foodie delights will there be?
Ahh we'll have a tasting menu from Funthyme who will be providing some delectable treats to try. We'll also have a gin bar because who doesn't love gin?
6) Sum up the Unruly Wedding Show in 3 words?
Modern, cool, party
7) How did you choose your team of unique suppliers?
Most are wonderful people we've worked with so we know the quality of the work, their work. The rest are likeminded companies we've admired from afar.
The venue is gorgeous. We found it because we were looking for a light and airy space for a styled shoot and it seemed to fit the bill for the show as well. Huge ceilings and windows, a blank canvas with character. It was exactly what we were looking for.
9) If you were planning your own Wedding this year, what would we expect to see?
Greenery probably would have been key and succulents are still big but we also love the detail - interesting chairs and coloured wine glasses can really add personality to a table. Right now we're loving iridescent and think that will soon be making waves. Also - slightly quirky but, the llama. We guarantee you llama print will take over from tropical and cactus prints to be the motif of 2018.
10) The most important question, how do people get their hands on a ticket?
Well I'm glad you asked, they can head on over to our tickets page and grab one online for £8 or its £10 on the door.