If you live in the Midlands of England and are considering a wedding in Central Park, or you are looking for something a bit different to make your wedding at home unique, then come along to this wedding fair on the 25th February. Tying the Nott is a wedding fair for quirky, colourful and creative couples. The people expected to be attending this alternative wedding fair are just the kind of people I think would love to get married in a beautiful and iconic place like Central Park in the incredible city of New York, which truly has something for everyone.
I will have a small table there and I’d love to chat with anyone who might be interested in marrying anywhere outdoors in New York. I think I can persuade couples that it’s not as complicated or as expensive as they might think. If you would like to arrange to meet, then drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, just drop by my table at the fair.
If you’re looking for unique ideas for your wedding that don’t stick to all the boring traditions, then the exhibitors at this fair have you covered. There are people who will create beautiful clothes and accessories for you, photographers, celebrants, hair and makeup artists, entertainers, florists, caterers and several other people that you may want involved in your wedding.
The fair is being held in the National Justice Museum, which can also be a wedding venue. The venue is a two minute walk from the Lace Market tram stop, and a five minute walk from Nottingham Station. There is a car park opposite the National Justice Museum, and nearby car parks at the Lace Market and Nottingham Station. If you are driving, put NG1 1HN in to your sat nav.
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