Progress is underway for a wedding show we are doing next weekend in Bromley. To mark the magical occasion, the bride and groom are celebrating with a number of heart-shaped shells. So here are some of them:
Knights of Fire have been appointed as the exclusive fireworks display providers for Sundridge Park Manor in Bromley.
Located amid six acres of terraced gardens, Sundridge Park Manor is one of the region’s most elegant luxury hotels. The stunning grade I listed Manor House was designed by the renowned architect John Nash in the eighteenth century.
Rooms have spectacular views of the gardens and golf course that surround the building, providing an ideal location from which to enjoy a relaxing break.
Sundridge Park Manor is also one of Kent’s premier wedding venues, with extensive experience in hosting civil ceremonies and wedding receptions. We are, naturally, very pleased to have been appointed as their fireworks provider – it is a fantastic setting, as you can see below.
We are going to be at The Wedding Experience, taking place at the Kent Showground, Detling on Sunday 28 April. Admission to the exhibition is free of charge. The event opens at 10am when the cafe and stage entertainment begins and the exhibition hall – where we will be – opens at 10.30am and closes at 4pm.
We are going to be on stand 35 which is on the left hand side wall as you come in through the entrance foyer. We are down towards the coffee bar.
If you are thinking of having fireworks (of the good kind) at your wedding then come and have a chat to us and we can tell you what’s possible.
It was lovely to see everyone at the wedding fair today at Bickley Manor in Bickley…. organised by Wedding Services UK. Many thanks to Jo for making everything so easy. Who knew that so many people thought fireworks at a wedding were a good thing?
We’ve fired at Bickley Manor before and had lots of fun doing so. See this post for more information. We also filmed an unusual piece of footage at Bickley – the view from the firer’s perspective. So if you want to see what it looks like from ‘our side’ then click here.