Be your own Wedding Planner – choosing the best photographer, stationery and more.

February 22, 2017

Planning your special day can be both exciting and overwhelming. There is much to organise and various suppliers to research. Here to help you is a list of some our favourite suppliers.

Stationery – Your wedding invitation is the first introduction your guests have to your special day. From save the dates, invitations and thank you cards to menus and table numbers, the husband and wife team from Cool. & Co. Stationery create stunning designs especially for you.


Photography – Choose a quality photographer who will let you relax on your big day while they snap away! Lovefool Wedding Photography specialises in contemporary photography, creating lasting memories for all tastes and budgets. Their team knows the best angles and lighting to capture the most poignant moments of your big day.


Wedding Attire – Choosing attire for your bridal party can be complicated as each person has their own unique style. So why not opt for an original and unique brand such as Dirty Fabulous Vintage. The sisters behind the boutique, Kathy Sherry and Caroline Quinn, know a thing or two about bridal wear having sourced the best gowns for over 10 years and just recently launched their own bridal collection, Papermoon. 


Flowers – Now your bridal party is dressed, it’s time to dress the room. Floral Events arrange bouquets to enhance your venues unique features, make your wedding photographs look prettier and deliver a striking entrance to your ceremony or reception.


To learn more about some of our favourite wedding suppliers and meet them in person, join the team at the Trinity City Hotel on Sunday March 5th from 12.30PM for a delightful Bridal Brunch. You will also have the opportunity to see for yourself the special wedding spaces available, including our stunning No. 26 Georgian Suite to host a truly stunning wedding at the Trinity City Hotel.


Places are limited so email events@trinitycityhotel.com to request an invite now.

 

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