Berkshire’s first ever eco-friendly vegan wedding fair is coming to Reading

Berkshire’s first ever eco-friendly vegan wedding fair is coming to Reading

Find everything you need to make your big day magical (and vegan!) at Berkshire’s first eco-friendly vegan wedding fair.

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The fair will take place on Sunday 8th March 2020

Planning your special day can be difficult with so many elements of the day to prepare for, but it’s even harder if you want to ensure every part of your day is vegan too.

To make finding vegan and eco-friendly suppliers simpler, Berkshire’s first-ever vegan and eco-friendly wedding fair is coming to Reading at the beautiful Trunkwell House Hotel in March.

Sparkle Wedding Fair will offer a great opportunity to meet with local eco-friendly suppliers; try delicious vegan cake; view gorgeous decorations; discuss cruelty-free hair and make-up looks; choose photography packages; browse unique favours; and decide on many aspects of your wedding under one roof.

You will also be able to take a tour around the impressive venue situated within 34 acres of the beautiful Berkshire countryside in the village of Beech Hill.

The unique event, organised by Sparkle Vegan Events, is absolutely free of charge to enter and visitors will also receive a free goody bag.

In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Sarah Zeneli, from Sparkle Vegan Events, said: “We are very excited to be launching Sparkle Wedding Fair at the beautiful Trunkwell House Hotel.

“More and more couples are looking to reduce the environmental impact of their wedding whilst still having their dream day, and we have carefully selected fantastic suppliers that can help them to achieve that. We look forward to welcoming you on the 8th March!”

The fair will take place on Sunday 8th March 2020 between 11am to 4pm at Trunkwell House Hotel in Reading.

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