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Many of the dresses are made by the brides themselves. Look at how fashion trends have changed over the years. Perhaps get some inspiration for your own Big Day. Admission is by


programme and donation to the St Peter’s Church funds. Light refreshments are available and there are children’s activities too. Monica has even sourced some bridesmaids dresses for children to try on and have their picture taken, and visits from schools and youth groups are very welcome.


Romantic, educational and fun in equal measures, this exhibition promises to be a great day out! ■


WEDDING FESTIVAL Friday 7 October, 10am-6pm Saturday 8 October, 10am-6pm Sunday 9 October, 11.30am-6pm St Peter’s Church, Chailey Green Admission by programme and donation, accompanied children free. For information please email emptybn8@hotmail.com.


15 Sep 1973


Brenda Stovold and Peter Martin were married at St John the Evangelist church, Merrow, Guildford, Surrey. The bride made her own dress, as well as the two bridesmaids’ dresses. The bride also made the wedding cake. The groom decorated the wedding car, a 1928 ‘bullnosed’ Morris with dahlias from his garden. Leaving the reception, their honeymoon was in Guernsey, fl ying there in a private plane (wedding present) through a terrible thunderstorm. Brenda and Peter have been married for 38 years and are still going strong!


19 March 2011


Karen Martin (Brenda and Peter’s daughter) and James Buck were married at Barnett Hill, Wonersh, Guildford, Surrey. The bride’s dress is from the Mori Lee Callie range, made of two layers of satin lining with top chiffon layer and hand embellished with beads. The bridesmaids had long chiffon Cadbury’s purple dresses with the same material wave as he bride’s dress. The wedding car was the bride’s best friend’s convertible silver BMW with the number plate ‘SOS’. Their honeymoon was in Disneyland, Florida, the start of their fairytale married life of happily ever after.


Theo Brown’s is an exciting new hair Salon that has opened in the highly regarded Broadway area of Haywards Heath. Their aim is to offer more than just exceptional hair services, but a memorable experience within its relaxed remodelled location.


Award winning Stylist and Colourist Emma Colbey; manager and co-owner, previously worked at a well- known Salon in Brighton. The need for a quality Salon in the Haywards Heath area became very apparent as so many of her clients came from the area and surrounding districts.


The Salon is situated in the oldest parade of shops on The Broadway and has been extensively, as well as sensitively renovated to maintain the integrity of its past whilst providing services worthy of its future.


Theo Brown’s received the highest accolade possible from the Good Salon Guide on opening. 5 Stars! Rating its services amongst the best in the country. With a highly motivated and experienced team along with the elite Sebastian product range from Wella they look forward to fulfilling your hair desires.


01444 450011 | info@theobrowns.com | www.theobrowns.com 11 The Broadway, Haywards Heath RH16 3AQ


Opening Times: Monday Tuesday


Wednesday Thursday Friday


Saturday


10.00 – 19.00 10.00 – 19.00 10.00 – 19.00 10.00 – 21.00 10.00 – 19.00 08.30 – 16.30


Late appointment on request


THE HOME OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR


SUSSEX LIVING 97October 2011


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