A Very Vintage Wedding Fair – WIN Tickets!

It’s the wedding trend of the decade: vintage. We all love it to death, and there are so many variations on this very broad theme. So many ways to infuse a classic or kitsch feel to your Sunshine Coast wedding. So where do you find all of these ideas? A Very Vintage Wedding Fair, of course!

When: March 24 & 25

Where: Bleeding Heart Gallery, Brisbane

How much: $8 pre-sale, or $10 at the door. Group discounts for over four people available.

More info and ticket sales: www.averyvintageweddingfair.com

A Very Vintage Wedding Fair is like a wedding expo, where many vendors combine to showcase their products and services, but with a more quirky, homey feel. The creative, talented vendors will welcome you to their stands and make you feel at home. In fact, I’d bet my bottom dollar doilies and cups of tea will be rife. So leave your frenzied bride-to-be-planning-wedding-of-the-year hat at home, and get into the groove of a lazy Sunday afternoon at a vintage market.

The fair will showcase the very best of Queensland’s extremely talented, creative industry specialists. A Very Vintage Wedding Fair is set to be the epitome of vintage weddings.

Over 30 vendors will be present, exhibiting at the event with stands that will engage and inspire you. From vintage wedding dresses and era chic accessories to hard to find musicians that will rock your wedding day. From across the whole spectrum every supplier will offer authentic, beautiful and unique options that will allow you to style your day exactly as you want it.


We have FIVE double passes to give away to five lucky brides and/or grooms. You can win by simply commenting on this here blog, and letting us know what you’re hoping to find amongst the vendors and/or products at the fair. Our fave comments will win.

Entries close Monday March 19 at 5:00pm. Winners will be chosen and announced on our Facebook page on Tuesday March 20, and tickets will be posted that afternoon. So keep an eye on our Facebook page for the announcement of winners, as we will need your postal address.

Photos courtesy of Debs Ivelja Photography, Jennifer Gifford Design, NGG Studions

Hi, I’m Sally, Founder and Editor of The Bride’s Tree. Over the past 13 years I’ve written thousands of articles about all things wedding from tips and trends to etiquette and ideas. On this blog I bring you the best of Sunshine Coast and Brisbane weddings.