Bantock House Museum will be hosting its first ever wedding fair on Saturday, March 2, from 11am to 5pm.
The event at the Finchfield Road venue (WV3 9LQ) is ideal for couples looking to add a bespoke, handmade touch to their special day.
It aims to build on the success of previous wedding fairs held at Wolverhampton Art Gallery and to showcase City of Wolverhampton Council’s iconic venues in the city where couples can be married. 
Since 2016, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Bantock House Museum and City Archives have seen over 100 couples say ‘I do’, with more weddings and receptions planned up until 2020. 
Councillor John Reynolds, Cabinet Member for City Economy said, “We are extremely excited about our wedding fair and proud that couples can get married in such iconic venues within the City of Wolverhampton.
“Visitors to the fair will be able to speak to venue staff and the city council’s registrar service along with photographers, cake designers, gin and flower specialists, and car, face painting and glitter bar services.”  
Free parking is available onsite, and the café will be open.