I’ll be exhibiting Wedding Illustration and Stationery at the Nonsuch Mansion Wedding Fair 2016
My friends, you are all invited to the Nonsuch Mansion Wedding Fair tomorrow! I’ve been extremely busy behind-the-scenes. I can finally announce that I will showcase my illustrations and wedding stationery at the Nonsuch Mansion Wedding Fair.
It’ll be my first time exhibiting at a Nonsuch Mansion Wedding Fair and I am incredibly excited. The team are so lovely and supportive of my work, I was delighted to be invited me to partake in the Fair.
Living in Cheam Village, Nonsuch Mansion is a leisurely 20 minutes walk from my house. I am spoiled with nice parks and Tudor built houses.
The Mansion very close to King Henry VIII’s infamous Nonsuch Palace, which was meant to be a hunting lodge to Hampton Court Palace. Nonsuch Palace was a boastful way for King Henry VII to show his wealth to neighbouring countries. It cost him dearly. Many years have passed since the palace was demolished to pay off the residing Earl’s debts. All that remained are the ruins, memories, and the name.
Nonsuch Mansion was built to be a resemblance to Nonsuch Palace. It was built under the reign of George III. You can see the splendor of this Grade II listed building.
It has elegant stately rooms and such ornate detail, anyone who gets married here is a lucky couple.
I thought I share with you all my Wedding Invitation and all the Wedding projects I’m glad to be commissioned for.
Piece of trivia, my friend and fellow illustrator Erica Sharp got married here.
Congratulations to the engaged couple. I can’t wait to meet you all.
Thanks for reading and have a lovely weekend,