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Sefton Park Palm House set to host exclusive wedding fayre

by Khyle Deen. Published Mon 16 Jan 2017 17:03

Sefton Park Palm House is set to kick off the New Year in style with its exclusive wedding fayre.

Between 12-4pm on Sunday, January 22, the Grade II* listed glasshouse will welcome over 30 of the venue’s preferred suppliers ranging from caterers to entertainers to florists.

On the day, couples will receive expert advice on how to create their perfect day, with members of the Sefton Park Palm House events team on hand to answer any questions and offer wedding inspiration.

Senior Events Manager at Sefton Park Palm House Laura McCarten said: “We know that many lucky couples will have gotten engaged over the festive season and will want to start planning their upcoming nuptials, so what better way to start the new year than with our exclusive wedding fayre?

“Year on year, our wedding fayres are extremely popular with brides and grooms to be. By allowing couples to peruse many of their wedding choices, from the bigger decisions such as the all-important dress to the small, personal touches like stationery, we hope to inspire happy couples ahead of their ceremonies. By combining the extensive wedding knowledge of our team and suppliers, we’re sure to provide some added sparkle to pre-wedding excitement.”

As part of the venue’s exclusive wedding offering, Sefton Park Palm House will be offering a 20% discount on venue hire for November 2017 and January, February and March 2018.

Laura added: “On the day of the wedding fayre, our guests will also enjoy the chance to get a feel for Sefton Park Palm House as a wedding venue. To make the wedding planning journey that bit less stressful, we have also devised an exclusive discounted offering for the venue for weddings taking place between November 2017 – March 2018. “

Sefton Park Palm House’s January wedding fayre will take place between 12-4pm on Sunday, January 22 2017.

For more information visit www.palmhouse.org.uk



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