#CWTCHFEST2018- THE CWTCH WORKSHOPS

Whoooppp! Just 2 days remain until #Cwtchfest2018 begins at the wonderful site of St Fagans National Museum of History.  The weather has been kind and the structures have gone up and Wedding Tipi’s are looking beautiful against the blue skies.Over the last month we have been introducing you to some of our exhibitors in spotlight posts and last  week we announced the bands joining us and today is the line up of our fabulous workshops.  Yet to book your tickets? You can still buy some by just clicking here

We have five great workshops running this Sunday at #Cwtchfest2018.

Starting at 11.30am and each running on the half hour for 30 minutes.

Here, you will get to meet some of Wales’ finest and most experienced wedding professionals.

Spaces are limited on some so we are advising you all arrive early. If you don’t manage to get a space then you are all still welcome to listen and take notes


11.30am- Bella Rose Wedding Planner


Kicking off the day we have a fantastic opportunity for you to join Steph from Bella Rose Wedding Planners and her advice and top tips for planning your big day.

Steph will be covering budget, essential venue checklists, picking vendors and organisation tips to name just a few topics.  This is not to be missed and one to attend with your wedding party.

 


12.30pm- Amaryllis Flower Boutique


Create your own stunning flower crown with florist, Bridget from Amaryllis Flower Boutique, using colourful fresh flowers and delicate foliage to make a festival feel flower crown. Flower crowns can be big and blowsy, small and dainty or rustic and natural.


In this half an hour workshop you will wire and tape individual flowers and foliage to construct the crown, which you will be able to wear for the rest of the day.


There is no prior experience needed and Bridget and her team will be on hand to help. All equipment will be provided.


1.30pm- Make up by Nicola


Award winning professional make up artist, make-up by Nicola has over 10years of industry experience

Booking your make up artist is often as important as everything else you book for your wedding but sometimes is forgotten and then Brides are unable to book one short notice.
Owen Mathias Photography
Choosing a make-up artist is so important as  you want to look like you just the best version of you, making sure you look  timeless and elegant for all the photographers and film that you have on your day and this is something to look back on and to remember your amazing day.  Nicola will be on hand to give you inspiring tips.
You’re never fully dressed without Yume hair! Yume means dream and we LOVE to create dream hair for that dream wedding!
Do you want your own personal wedding hair stylist that’s part of a professional team of wedding experts to create your bespoke wedding look? Then that’s another reason to say “..I DO” We will be showing three very different bridal looks, each being bespoke to the individual wedding style. …From Classic/Elegant to Rock-chic and Boho too…lots of fabulous ideas to share with you. The complete look – hair, make-up and wedding dress too! Your visit to the salon needn’t be daunting and worrying…but a happy, exciting experience knowing you will come away with lots of hair and make up ideas, hints and tips, including your own personalised Wedding hair and beauty plan!

* Veil or no veil…?

* How to prepare your hair for the big day…?

* Is your hair as glossy as it could be…?

* Does your hair colour suit your cool or warm skin tone…?

* Wedding hair trends 2017-2018…?

We take pride in sharing with you our advice and guidance on how to enhance your own wedding ideas…. focusing your vision of your dream wedding and turning into a reality!

We have Helen from Do You Believe running a fabulous workshop on Body Confidence.

Every bride is capable of looking and feeling fantastic on their wedding day, no matter what size, height or anything else that varies! But there’s more to it than just trying to be on trend. You have to be smart. If you truly FEEL fantastic you will certainly LOOK fantastic too because confidence is more striking than any frock I can tell you to wear.

If you are looking for some advice on how to work with your god given gifts then Helen has some pearls of wisdom which she has learnt over many years of dressing all different shapes and sizes.

I have a top 5 tips on how to work with what you’ve got and some hints on how to make wedding dress shopping easier and more enjoyable: 1) the dos and donts for your shape and size 2) what to take with you- being prepared when shopping 3) be open minded 4) the finishing touches- the devil is in the detail 5) when/where and who PS- a touch on bridesmaids- the diplomatic approach

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