Your Invitation to ‘Tea on the Terrace’ at Fetcham Park
Posted 334 days ago
Gather around everyone!
On this beautiful sunny morning I have a VERY special invitation to share with all you ruby+diva brides and grooms!
Parallel Venues, the family-owned wedding venues brand, is opening the doors to the magnificent Fetcham Park in Surrey for a decadent ‘Tea on the Terrace’ wedding showcase.
Taking place on Saturday 14th July 2012 from 2-5pm in the beautiful grounds of Fetcham Park, the event offers couples the opportunity to experience first-hand the exceptional facilities and service provided at Fetcham Park in a relaxed and welcoming setting.
Promising to be a quintessentially English afternoon in the Surrey countryside, an array of delicious sweet treats, finger sandwiches and cakes by luxury cake designer Cakes by Krishanthi will be served on the prettiest vintage crockery from a Cup of Vintage.
The live jazz sounds of Snow Band provided by Melisma Music will be heard throughout the afternoon, while contemporary florist Jay Archer will be present to showcase the latest inspirational trends in wedding floral design.
Stationery styling ideas by another ruby+diva favourite, Pocket Typewriter, will add the finishing touches to the day, all to be captured on camera by efc Photography.
Please click here to download your invitation.
This event is open to all brides who would like an inspiring afternoon of wedding prettiness so hurry and book your tickets now!
Tickets cost £10 per person.
To book contact Laura Caudery at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information on Fetcham Park visit www.fetchampark.co.uk.
About Fetcham Park
Set amidst beautiful landscaped gardens in the heart of Surrey, Fetcham Park is a magnificent Queen Anne mansion combining historical charm, romantic elegance and modern facilities.
Providing an exquisite backdrop for distinctive events the house offers three spacious and opulently appointed rooms, ready to be configured to individual requirements. Outside, the beautifully landscaped gardens and impressive fountains set the scene for a quintessentially English reception.