Most Curious, the wedding show for the style-savvy couple, is taking over the Truman Brewery on London’s Brick Lane with over 100 fashion, fun and design-led wedding exhibitors, this weekend on the 7th and 8th March…


There’s a Cereal Killer Cafe providing the in-house refreshments, as well as live music and exciting fashion shows throughout the day, showcasing the biggest trends of 2015 and beyond to celebrate the suppliers with their fingers on the pulse and creativity in their hearts. So with this in mind, we’ve asked some of the trendy exhibitors at the Most Curious wedding show for their top wedding planning tips. And here’s what they had to say…

“Do it your way”

“Don’t get bogged down in feeling you must do things the way you are supposed to or the way you’ve seen them done elsewhere. Remember that small details make all the difference. How about filling a little kraft favour box with something you’ve made; chocolate orange, hazelnut brittle? Or serving up a favourite homemade punch?.”
Zoe and Tessa at Pea Green Boat,


“Get creative”

“As Frank said he did it his way – now you do it yours – anything goes! Look at the Portrait Machine! Have fun with it. If you like a service but want it more bespoke to you – ask away, small creative companies will most always go out there way to help you – that’s the joy of being in this industry.”
Amy Pennington at The Portrait Machine,


“Design your gown”

“Instead of just ‘finding’ the one, how about going bespoke and having input in ‘creating’ it… With Lorie X you can have as much (or as little) input into the process of designing your wedding gown or separates as you like. You have the freedom to choose different fabrics and styles and even go as far as having a hand inked or photographic digital print developed – meaning you can develop and explore ideas further than with other bespoke designers; with the end result having your personality truly tied up in it.”
Laura Hall at Lorie X,


“Pick a flexible florist!”

“A good florist will meet you and discuss your wants and needs. However, aside from any dry goods, they shouldn’t be buying any stems much in advance – so they should remain flexible! Get a good and accurate quote, based on what you need, but any nice floral fairy will let you add a bouquet, or drop a buttonhole, before the big day.”
Jess and Charlie at One Flew Over,


“Start planning!”

“My top tip for wedding decor and design is that it is never too early to start planning! If you’re a DIY bride, like I was, you need to make sure you give yourself plenty of time so you don’t get stressed in the lead up to the big ‘W’. If you want to book a specific supplier it is also never too early! I hate to turn couples away when I’m fully booked.”
Laura Reed at Things By Laura,


To find out more about the show visit and don’t forget to check out our Dates for your Diary section.