Monday, 2 March 2015


As well as the 100 design and fashion led exhibitors and Cereal Killer Cafe taking over the Truman Brewery on 7-8 March we have some super creative suppliers creating special Inspirational Installations. These will give couples ideas for all aspects of their wedding day, all with a Palm Springs theme through them - tipped to be one of the biggest trends of 2015 - think cacti, central American prints, desert blooms, mid-century furniture, tropicana and macrame. We can't wait. Just have a look at these concept drawings, mood boards and sneak peaks coming through...Top image is HEY STYLE's mood board, a brand new prop hire company specialising in vintage cinema signs, lightboxes, cocktail trolleys, flamingos, juke boxes, record players and all that good stuff! So new her website it launching in conjunction with the fair. Get in with us touch for more details though.

This is more props the lovely Laura of HEY STYLE will be using and a little sneak into her spatial plans for her installation.

We also have The Fire Pit camp setting up an eclectic mix of seating, rugs and bohemian swoonworthyness for you to watch the catwalk shows by, there maybe Persin rugs and vintage bus seats, that's all we can reveal for now... ;)

And as you step into Most Curious you will be greeted with an enchanting Spring like entrance by Harper Bazaar florist fave Jo Flowers.

Interior designer turned awesome wedding stylist Carrie Southall is creating a full-on tile print wall, reminiscent of the beautiful geometric Palm Springs architecture, as well as a reception table styled to perfection with midcentury props, macrame and graphic prints. We can't wait!

London laser cut crafter Michaela of Comeuppance, informs us she is making a 3D paper wonderland, which is pretty much all the information we need to know! Bring on the weekend!

Hiding In the City Flowers are Most Curious About The Upcoming Fair!

Hiding in the City Flowers can be found, but they’re inside the premises of ‘The London Fabric Shop’ in Shoreditch surrounded by some of the capitals most exciting creative communities.

Predominantly a floral events company specializing in beautiful wedding flowers, Sarah Loughrey-Jennings works to create designs which are luxe, celebrate nature, and are impeccably finished using seasonal flowers and plants in their organic form.

With previous experience working with some of London’s most prestigious florists, Sarah decided to go solo in 2013 after wanting to veer away from standard bridal floristry and to establish a product and service for couples that are wanting to add a bit of personality into their day.

"Hiding in the City Flowers has received some very complementary features from the press and I recently have had some ‘pinch me’ moments when approached by some of our big clients. Sitting inside ‘The London Fabric Shop’ I’m constantly surrounded by fashion buyers and textiles two seasons ahead of the high street so, I make it my business to think how this then relays to our flowers and lifestyle trends. We are really proud of some of our glassware pieces as they magnify plants and flowers natural beauty and we adapt them really successfully for our weddings. We also love creating unique statement installments which catch the eye. This is our first time exhibiting at the Most Curious Wedding fair but we are so excited to be participating to showcase some of our designs for the forthcoming year to likeminded couples!"


And the Most Curious things about Hiding In The City Flowers?
The fact that Sarah really does have her finger on the pulse and creativity in her heart, seeing up and coming trends and translating these into stunning floral creations which are two steps ahead of everyone else!

We're super excited to have Sarah joining us this weekend, don't forget to get your tickets while you still can here!

Sunday, 1 March 2015

Boxless Booths bring Most Curious Photobooth Fun to Your Wedding!

Boxless Booths was set up in 2014 by creative husband and wife team Paul and Oriana who share a love for photography, design, and of course a great wedding! 

After a very successful first year in business, Boxless Booths say they are honoured to be exhibiting at Most Curious and we're delighted to have them! To celebrate how much they love Boxless Booths weddings, they are setting up a live studio booth at our fair, giving away free photos to all participants and offering a 20% DISCOUNT off bookings, nice!

Inspired by the classic timelessness of photo booths, Paul and Oriana have given the traditional booth a twist by taking the experience out of the box and into the open space.  Equipped with signature illustrated props, backdrops and studio lighting, Paul invites guests to get together in a shot, have fun, be creative and have a laugh looking over the immediate printouts of their photos, which make great wedding favours!

Clients also receive a digital image gallery so the bride and groom can easily share their Boxless Booths photos with their friends and family.  The “booth’s” innovative design makes it easy to set up and takedown and can include as many or as few guests in a single shot, which makes each moment captured as posed or spontaneous as you like.

“We’ve had such a great time setting up Boxless Booths for weddings, and find it really gratifying to interact with guests and see how happy our brides and grooms are with their photos.  Our goal is to capture our clients’ weddings in a fun, original way, which is why we’re excited to share Boxless Booths at Most Curious so those looking for a unique way to capture their wedding can experience Boxless Booths firsthand.”

Paul is a professional photographer who specializes in events and portraiture.  He has shot at London Fashion Week and at events for Tony and Guy, and Ted Baker.  He has set up Boxless Booths at numerous weddings and corporate events for clients in the fashion and media industries, including a residency at the exclusive London club The Dolls House where “booths” were enjoyed by Alexander McQueen, Timeout, Ted Baker and Beggars Record Label.  Paul has a natural eye for capturing peoples’ true characters and loves interacting with those he photographs.

Paul’s eye for composition and Oriana’s knack for creative design makes for unique photos filled with character. Their personable, friendly and fun-loving professionalism makes Boxless Booths a great addition to any wedding.

And the Most Curious thing about Boxless Booths?
They're a pop-up photobooth service without a box of course! 

Make sure you come and say hello, you can get your tickets here!

Saturday, 28 February 2015

Mad'moizelle BeeBee (is a Bride to be) brings French fabulousness to Most Curious!

Mad'moizelleBeeBee (is a Bride to be)! is a tulle petticoat, glitter and unicorn loving wedding planner! And she's coming to Most Curious to help you plan the wedding of your dreams, just imagine and she can make it happen!

Mad'moizelle BeeBee can organise, coordinate, decorate and plan a tailor-made event that's nothing like a run-of-the-mill wedding! And she can do all of this for you in the country where they speak the language of love - France! What a wonderfully romantic location for one of the most special days of your life!

With Mad'moizelle BeeBee (is a Bride to be), your wedding day in France will be unique, memorable and stress-free, so smile!

And the Most Curious Thing about Mad'moizelle BeeBee?

She's not afraid of ponytastic, glitter-studded weddings!  So get dreaming of your magical French wedding extravaganza and don't forget to get your tickets to the fair where you can discuss it all with Mad'moizelle BeeBee in person!

With help from Guest Blogger: Silvia, Eventi e Wedding P. - The Wedding Blog

Friday, 27 February 2015

Melanie Potro Bridal dresses for the MOST CHIC brides!

We are very lucky this year to have so many talented bridal designers and their to-die-for dresses at our show. 

Some of the most beautiful must be the creations of Melanie PotroWith over 18 years’ experience in couture, Melanie Potro understands the many and varied dreams of brides-to-be. 

The award-winning bridal couturier combines creative flair and attention to detail, with a meticulous concern for fit – an essential element for a bride looking for flawless beauty on her big day!

Melanie’s specialty – a lasting legacy of her work with renowned German costume makers Das Gewand, for the likes of the Metropolitan Opera and Royal Opera House – is corsetry. 

Providing support and comfort for fuller figures and adding curves for boyish silhouettes, her corset gowns are created through a thorough knowledge of historical costume and the intricacies of Melanie’s designs have featured in national magazines such as You and Your  WeddingBridesWedding Ideas and Cosmopolitan Bride as well as City A.M andWedding TV

And the Most Curious Thing about Melanie Potro?

Melanie has also appeared in the recent publication ‘The art of the creative entrepreneur’ as well as numerous bridal blogs.

She says, "People really love wearing my corsets as they guarantee a good fit and are lightweight and comfortable."

We think they look absolutely stunning, chic, timeless and very, very elegant.
Come and see Melanie's dresses for yourself at our show in just......6 days!!! EEEEP!

Thursday, 26 February 2015

GIANT light up letters and more...why we adore Doris Loves

BOOOOOM! Guys, we are just wild about Doris Loves and let us tell you why!

They have a spectacular range of cool products to hire - from Temporary Tattoo Station to HUGE funky light-up letters. Their 120cm tall letters are unlike any others on the market and their light-weight construction and battery powered lights make them easy to move around at any wedding or event. 

Now, with their new luxury range of LOVE letters they are offering something truly new and unique to the wedding world. 

The luxury range not only has many more lights on offer, but also brand new fonts and most importantly COLOUR! They come in a RED & WHITE set, a GREY & YELLOW set and an imitation GOLD LEAF set. Really and truly, what more could you want…??!

And the Most Curious thing about Doris Loves?

Ah well, the bonkers thing is that Doris Loves was all meant to be a hobby! They started at home with a couple of letters and a couple of orders a month but within a year and a half the company has BOOMED!  They now have three members of staff, a shop packed to the rafters with letters and really we haven't even started yet. The luxury range is only just the beginning…

We are so chuffed to have them at the London show so, peeps, if you haven't got your tickets yet, the countdown has well and truly begun. 

Let's hear we get that part-ay started!

Wednesday, 25 February 2015



Just 10 days to go now until the 100 exhibitor strong wedding event for the style savvy couple takes over the Truman Brewery on 7-8 March! 

As well as the explosion of creative suppliers, there's punchy fashion shows, Palm Spring themed installation spaces and Cereal Killer Cafe providing the in-house cafe! 

As well as all this it will be a shopping experience for brides and non brides alike - welcome to Shop the Show!
Not just for the big ol' bookings and 'the one' purchases (of which there will be many!) There will be plenty of smaller, quick fix retail opportunities to buy direct from the coolest and chicest makers in the biz and beyond.

Check out these bang on trend temporary tattoos from uber cool new florist Vervain (above) £5 for a pack of mixed designs.

What about Super cool Reo Jewels handmade unisex jewellery with an edgey animalistic side, from full in bridal bling to everyday awesome pieces, all will be on sale on the show.

They'll be the chance to buy cool paper goods from the plethora of fab wedding stationers exhibitirs such as these luxury note cards from tropical loving, deaigners CL.AM Correspondence.

Lots of sweet treats too, like this special wooden scroll gift box of 7 macarons, with flavours like salted caramel and Madagascan Vanilla for £12, from fine patisserie Mon Dessert, who will have Macaron cake pops too - FUN!

The Fiona Headband is by London-based designer AM Faulkner Millinery - usually £60, this fabric hydrangea and silk tulle band will be at a special Most Curious Show Price of only £50, ready to be taken home on the day! Great for a festival, or your bridesmaids or even the actual bride herself , so pretty!

Daisy Sheldon Embroidery's sweet beaded flower Hair Vine has a silk ribbon that ties at the back and is handmade in the UK. ONLY £30.00 at the show!

Let's not forget about the floral and plant buying opportunities - we have some of the best and most exciting florists in the UK (nay the world!) exhibiting and you can buy direct from them! Including succulents in pots and the chicest of bouquets to take away to adorn your homestead from the lovely One Flew Over

Crown and Glory will be there showcasing their own collections and the collabs with Rock n Roll Bride too.  Crown and Glory fun and punchy accessories start at £3 and none go over £50, with most being around £20 - quids in guys! From your statement piece for your W-day-look to some everyday sparkle, come try and buy it straight from the awesome Sophie, founder and head designer at Crown and Glory, at the show!

Sort out some of the smaller buys for your big day, there and then on the spot! With companies like on-trend decor company Pea Green Boat Weddings showing, it won't be hard. Check out this delicate lace papel picado, hand-chiseled to their own design based on 1920’s lace from gossamer-thin white tissue paper by expert craftsmen just outside Mexico City. And only £16 Score!