Honeypot Lingerie was among an outstanding range of businesses that presented displays dedicated to the art of the great wedding in Clare on Sunday.

The shop, which has been open for seven weeks in the main street of the town, hosted a stall at the Clare Valley Wedding Expo, providing inspiration to bride-to-be Sarah Fiegert, of Riverton.

Sarah will marry Luke McDonald at Riverton on October 18 next year.

Proprietor of Honeypot Lingerie Alisa Willis was assisted at the stall at Valleys Lifestyle Centre by her daughter Abagail Willis, 13, who was photographed beside a vintage silk nightie.

Explaining the reason for opening her shop, Alisa said: “I wanted to do something for myself. I like pretty girlie things. I have been shopping – now I can buy heaps of products.”

Honeypot Lingerie offers items including lingerie, sports bras, sleepwear, corsets, swimwear, fascinators, maternity clothes, jewellery, sunhats and handbags and much more. Find us on Facebook or phone 8842 2063.

Meanwhile, Merrilyn Williams, of Clare Valley Flowers, posed with a bouquet of white flowers, but said coloured blooms would soon be all the rage at weddings, especially for bridesmaids.

Near the entrance to the expo, Clare Valley-based Pike’s Wines combined with Handmade Catering to present a catering and event management service.

Sure to be popular at wedding receptions is Pike’s Riesling, judged the best in Australia at the International Riesling Challenge in Canberra.

Brides-to-be, their bridesmaids and mothers and mothers-in-law had a great time at the expo.

Alisa Willis, left, of Honeypot Lingerie, Clare, chatted with bride-to-be Sarah Fiegert, of Riverton, at the Clare Valley Wedding Expo.

Abagail Willis displays a vintage silk nightie at the Honeypot Lingerie stall.

BLOOMS…Merrilyn Williams, of Clare Valley Flowers.

EVENTS…Nicole Ramsey, left, Stuart Oldfield and Cathy Pike talked about catering and event management at the expo.

This article first appeared in Hangzhou Night Net.

Posted in 苏州纹眉学校

Comments are closed.